Deliveries of the updated Audi RS 5 Coupé are scheduled to begin in the middle of the year at a base price of €78,200. Standard equipment includes the parking system plus, automatic air conditioning, the concert CD radio with eight speakers, folding rear seats, a load-through hatch with ski bag and a package of restraint systems comprising six airbags, the integral head restraint system and Isofix anchor points for child safety seats in the back.
The range of options includes such things as the convenience key, panoramic tilting sunroof, three-zone automatic air conditioning, tinted rear windows and a power rear window shade. All of the assistance systems from the A5 family are available in the RS 5 Coupé – the new driver information system with rest recommendation, Audi side assist, Audi active lane assist and the parking system plus with reversing camera.
A wide range of multimedia components is also available. The top-of-the-line is MMI navigation plus, a control and navigation center with a large hard drive, a DVD drive, a seven-inch color monitor with 3D graphics and whole-word destination input. HiFi fans can order the Bang & Olufsen sound system, which drives 14 speakers with an impressive 505 watts of total power.
Another expansion module for MMI navigation plus is the online Bluetooth car phone, which uses a UMTS module to connect the Audi RS 5 to the Internet. The keyword here is Audi connect. Passengers can surf the web freely with their mobile devices via the integrated WLAN hotspot. Audi offers the driver tailored Internet services ranging from Audi online traffic information to navigation using images from Google Earth.
The equipment and data specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.