The RS 4 Avant is delivered with an extensive range of standard equipment. This includes LED headlights and LED rear lights, the RS sports suspension, 19-inch aluminum forged alloy wheels, the RS exhaust system and the Audi drive select dynamic handling system. The sporty look continues in the dark interior with RS sports seats in a leather-Alcantara mix with diamond stitching and lumbar support, a flat-bottomed RS multifunction sports steering wheel and stainless steel pedals. At the same time, RS 4 Avant drivers will have a comfortable ride thanks to automatic climate control, MMI Radio plus with a 7-inch color display, a Bluetooth interface and an adjustable speed limiter. The assistance systems predictive efficiency assistant, Audi pre sense city, Audi side assist, parking system plus, collision avoid assist and the
Audi connect safety & service package including vehicle control supplement the extensive standard features.

An optional trailer hitch is available for the first time for the RS 4 Avant (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 8.8 [26.7 US mpg]; combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 200-199 [321.9–320.3 g/mi]). This unlocks electronically at the push of a button. The new RS 4 Avant can tow up to 2,100 kilograms (4,629.7 lbs) (up to an 8% incline).

The RS 4 Avant will be available in dealerships in Germany and other European countries from the start of 2018. The basic price is €79,800. The fourth generation will continue the major success of its predecessor models. Since 1999, Audi has delivered more than 27,000 RS 4 models worldwide.

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The specified equipment, data and prices relate to the model range on offer in Germany. Subject to changes and errors. Figures on the fuel consumption and the CO2-emissions (found from page 2 onwards) vary in case of given ranges depending on the used combination of wheels/tires.