Characteristic look and more ground clearance are special traits of the new Audi A4 allroad Quattro*. The car has a distinctly V-shaped front end with a unique bumper and model-specific air inlets. Vertical chrome louvers adorn its sculpted Singleframe grille; the sturdy underbody guard and rear diffuser are finished in selenite silver. The powerfully flared wheel arches and the rear bumper are finished in matt structure gray or optionally in the exterior colors Argus brown, floret silver, glacier white, Manhattan gray or mythos black. A total of 14 exterior colors are available for the new A4 allroad quattro.
4,750 millimeters (15.6 ft) long and 1,842 millimeters (6.0 ft) wide, the new Audi A4 allroad quattro resembles the Audi A4 Avant. Its height measures 1,493 mm (4.9 ft) and its wheelbase is 2,818 millimeters (9.2 ft).
The distinctive jagged lower edges of the headlights give the new A4 allroad quattro* an unmistakable lighting graphic. A light guide forming two acute angles generates the daytime running lights and – at the upper edge of the housing – the turn signals. Xenon plus units are standard. Audi also offers LED headlights with dynamic rear turn signals and Audi Matrix LED headlights with dynamic turn signals front and rear. In these two optional solutions, the low-beam headlight has the appearance of an eye. Beneath it are the turn light and all-weather light. The dynamic turn signal, which is generated by sequentially lighting a series of LEDs, runs from the inside toward the outside, i.e. in the direction the driver is turning. This clearly communicates the driver’s turning intention.
The high-beam light of the Matrix LED headlights is produced by twelve LEDs that project a light beam through three reflectors. Supplied with information from a camera mounted on the rearview mirror, its controller individually switches the LEDs on or off as necessary; it can dim them over 64 levels as well. As a result, the Matrix LED headlights can implement several million light distributions.
The cornering lights of the Matrix LED headlights are generated by shifting the focal point of the light. They become active even before the driver turns the steering wheel thanks to predictive route data that is available with the optional MMI navigation plus. In addition, a traffic sign anti-glare function is included with Matrix LED headlights; it gives drivers an optimal view of road signs both day and night.
Clearly flowing lines extend over the new Audi A4 allroad quattro*. The shoulder line starts at the corners of the headlights and carves a gentle arc to the rear and wraps around the rear corner there. Along the sides, its undercut creates an intensive play of light and shadow. The dynamic line gentle ascends over the sturdy side sill strips. The wheel arches are powerfully flared, and the ratio of metal to glass is two-thirds to one-third, which is typical for Audi.
The roofline makes an early descent rearward, and it flows into the low D-pillars. The standard roof rails are black. With the optional aluminum exterior package, they add a further accent when viewed from the side together with the window trim strips, aluminum door handle inlays and the sills. The exterior mirrors are mounted on the door shoulders; “allroad” logos decorate the front fenders, the tailgate and the front door sill trims.
At its aerodynamically optimized rear body, the new Audi A4 allroad quattro* sports a low-drawn roof edge spoiler with side fins. The exhaust system is either a single- or dual-branch system and terminates either in a dual exhaust tailpipe (TDI) or two separate tailpipes (TFSI), depending on the engine.
Like the headlights, the taillights also have a richly faceted 3D design. The powerful depth jumps at the inner corners continue their contours in the body design. 50 LEDs are used per unit (when equipped with LED headlights). The brake light is placed in the outer area of the lights, and the dynamic turn signal forms a strip along the upper border.
The equipment, data and prices specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.