Audi India has introduced a new entry-level variant for the A4. The newly added variant is called the A4 premium and this will be placed below the Premium plus and Technology variants.  Here is what we know about the new A4 premium.

The exterior styling of the new A4 premium is the same as the other two variants. The sedan comes with LED headlights and new futuristic DRLs. It also gets matte black accents on the rearview mirrors and window trims. 

More about the New Audi A4 Premium

Audi A4 Premium

The Audi A4 Premium interior
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Audi has included multiple techs and features such as a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen, an Audi sound system, single colour ambient lighting, Audi’s Drive Select driving modes, electrically adjustable front seats, electric glass sunroof, wireless charger, and LED headlamps and tail-lamps.

Safety features in the A4 premium include- six airbags, ABS, front and rear parking sensors, and a rear parking camera.

However, the premium variant will miss out on the following features: Audi’s Virtual Cockpit Plus digital instrument cluster, multi-coloured ambient lighting, multi-zone climate control, five-spoke ‘dynamic style’ alloy wheels, and gesture-based boot opening.

Audi A4: Powertrain

The A4 premium features a 2.0-litre turbo- petrol unit. This motor can generate 190hp and 320Nm of peak torque. A 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox is available as a transmission setup.

A4 can accelerate from 0-100 in just 7.3 seconds. The sedan also delivers a top speed of 241kmph.

Pricing and competition

The A4 premium cost ₹39.99 lakhs. However the Premium plus comes at ₹43.67 lakhs and the A4 technology costs ₹47.61 lakhs. Going against the likes of Mercedes-Benz C-class, Volvo S-60, and BMW 3 series, the A4 Premium is the cheapest among them.

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The A4 has been a successful model for the German automaker. The new premium variant will increase the sales of the sedan. 

Audi after bringing back the Q5 last month they are prepping to bring the bigger sibling Q7. The Q7 was another victim of the BSVI norms that was discontinued in 2020. The carmaker will launch the car at the end of December and deliveries to begin next year.

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