Progressive: interior and equipment
The interiors of the electric S models are dominated by dark colors. A large arc connects the displays of the virtual external mirrors (option) with the hood above the Audi virtual cockpit. The instrument panel is driver-oriented, the middle tunnel’s console rests on open side walls. Electrically adjustable sport seats come as standard. Their leather/Alcantara upholstery and the gear selector lever with the moving button feature the S embossing with a rhombus. The door sill trims and steering wheel are decorated with S badges. Audi can install S sport seats with pronounced side bolsters upon request. Their Valcona leather upholstery features a rhombus pattern and is available in black, rotor gray, or Arras red. The adjustable customized contour seats with perforated leather and climate control are available as an alternative. The decorative trims are made of dark brushed aluminum or, as an option, open-pore carbon; the inlays in the door sill are in aluminum look. The optional contour/ambient lighting package adds progressive highlights in the dark.Fully digital: Controls and infotainment:
Like all Audi models of the full-size class, the electric S models have the digital MMI touch response control system on board. It is based on two large touch displays with acoustic and haptic feedback, which are located on black panels in the center of the instrument panel. It is just as easy to operate as a smartphone, which due in part to natural language voice control.
On the third display, the Audi virtual cockpit, the driver can select a special e-tron screen via the multifunction steering wheel. This screen moves the electric drive to center stage. An optional head-up display complements the displays.
All terms in blue in the text are explained in detail in the technology lexicon at www.audi-mediacenter.com/en/technology-lexicon.
The equipment, data and prices stated here refer to the model range offered for sale in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.