Over 30 driver assistance system increase the safety, comfort and efficiency of 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]). Some of the solutions are standard features, while the optional systems can be ordered individually or as part of the “Parking”, “City” and “Tour” packages.
The adaptive cruise control (ACC) with stop&go function including traffic jam assist plays a key role. The ACC takes the load off the driver in slow-moving traffic of up to 65 km/h by automatically decelerating and accelerating, and on well-built roads it even takes over the steering.
The collision avoidance assist helps the driver to steer aroudn an obstacle, thereby avoiding collisions. Using data from the front camera, ACC and radar sensors, it calculates a suitable evasive maneuver corridor in fractions of a second. Other assistance systems round off the offering, for example the turn assist, the park assist, the cross traffic assist rear, the exit warning, the traffic sign recognition and the Audi active lane assist.
The RS 4 Avant is fitted with the Audi pre sense city system as standard. This monitors the road at up to 85 km/h (52.8 mph), detects other vehicles and pedestrians and initiates full braking in an emergency. The Audi side assist lane change assistance also comes as standard.
All terms in blue in the text are explained in detail in the technology lexicon at www.audi-mediacenter.com/en/technology-lexicon.
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.