Distinctive sporting S line trim option available for all A4 Cabriolet models in time for the return of the sun
- New sporting S line versions of acclaimed Audi A4 Cabriolet now available to order priced from £26,975 OTR to £31,915 OTR
- S line specification available at a premium of £1,950 for all models excluding S4 quattro Cabriolet, and offered as an even more eye-catching alternative to continuing Sport option
- Choice of three petrol engines and one TDI, two of which can be combined with quattro permanent four-wheel-drive
As a timely reminder that spring 2005 is now officially just seven weeks away, Audi has just launched even more distinctive S line versions of its acclaimed A4 Cabriolet. Available to order now with a choice of petrol and TDI engines, the six new Cabriolet S line models feature exclusive styling and suspension upgrades and are priced from £26,975 OTR.
The new S line specification is offered as an optional extra costing £1,950 for all A4 Cabriolet models (excluding S4 quattro Cabriolet), and is intended as an even more overtly sporting alternative to the existing Sport package, which continues as before. S line models feature striking 18-inch 5-arm design alloy wheels and S line exterior badges, unique S line suspension settings, sports seats with Speed cloth and leather combination upholstery, a 3-spoke S line sports steering wheel with perforated leather trim and brushed aluminium fascia inlays.
These equipment extras supplement range-wide features such as fully automatic soft-top operation, electric front and rear windows, electronic climate control and a Concert radio with single CD player.
All A4 Cabriolet range engines can be combined with S line specification. The line-up includes the familiar 1.8-litre turbo charged four-cylinder petrol with 163PS, 2.4 V6 and 3.0 V6 petrol units with 170PS and 220PS and a 2.5-litre V6 TDI diesel with 163PS. 1.8 T and 3.0 V6 S line models are available with either front-wheel-drive or quattro permanent four-wheel-drive to maximise driver control and fully exploit the taut S line suspension.Published 29 January 2005