The interior of the Audi Cross Cabriolet quattro offers sophistication and ergonomically perfect solutions in all areas and with all its materials. The smooth and soft surfaces together with a gentle, natural blend of colours help to provide an atmosphere of absolute ease for the occupants. For additional convenience, each passenger has a heatable and coolable cup holder, located in the centre console at the front and in the side walls at the rear.
The driver and passengers enjoy the comfort of four spacious individual seats. The seating is entirely upholstered in "White Stone" leather. All occupants benefit from lateral support and excellent long-distance comfort. Air vents on the head restraints serve to compensate for the air turbulence around the occupant's neck.
The space available in the second row is unique for the convertible world: the legroom, shoulder space and headroom are unbeatable, even with the roof closed.
The centre console continues far into the rear of the interior and provides the rear passengers with a stowage box with lifting lid.
A regular Audi characteristic of the cockpit area in the Cross Cabriolet quattro concept car is the way it is markedly angled towards the driver. The controls can be found here, while the front-passenger area is emphatically neat and architecturally clear-cut. In turn, the dashboard and doors are connected by flowing lines, while the cockpit itself is smoothly and organically integrated.
In addition to the instrument dials under the dome-shaped cowl behind the steering wheel and a central LCD colour display integrated between them, the MMI also supplies information via its swivelling flat screen, well positioned within the driver's field of vision in the upper section of the centre console.
The MMI terminal on the centre console is also extremely neat. The central operating button and the six hard keys are the simplest way imaginable to operate the vehicle and infotainment functions.
In addition to the MMI terminal, the Cross Cabriolet quattro also has a touch-sensitive sensor field (touch pad) in front of the MMI control element. Like on a laptop, this can be used, for example, to move image sections of the map display. The system is also capable of recognising and processing commands entered by tracing letters with your finger on the touch pad.
The equipment, data and prices stated here refer to the model range offered for sale in Germany. Subject to amendment; errors and omissions excepted.