RoadTrip: 2010 Audi S4 Sedan - EXCLUSIVE
The Auto Channel's RoadTrip visits Infineon Raceway to take an in-depth
look at the new Audi S4 Sedan. TheAutoChannel.com has more information
about this and all Audi vehicles.
New Audi S4 2013
The Audi S4, available in the Sedan and Avant versions, employs the most
powerful engine in the line -- the 3.0 TFSI with 245 kW (333 hp) and 440 Nm
(324.53 lb-ft) torque. The Sedan's average fuel consumption is a mere 8.0
liters per 100 km (29.40 US mpg) -- with an impressive performance: The S4
accelerates in 5.0 seconds from zero to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) and achieves
an electronically limited maximum speed of 250 km/h (155.34 mph).
The modified Audi S4 is identifiable from the changes to the headlights,
the bumpers, the air inlets and colors. The interior also contains subtle
changes in appearance. The S sport suspension and 18-inch wheels featured
on the S4 deliver outstanding road grip.
A bestseller has become even more attractive: Audi has updated the A4
series. New solutions for efficiency, driving dynamics and infotainment,
along with an even more attractive design, attest the "Vorsprung durch
Technik" achieved by the A4 Sedan, the A4 Avant, the A4 allroad quattro and
The A4 is Audi's bestseller -- for 39 years now and in its eighth
generation. The brand has sold ten million such models in total. The A4,
with its elegance, sportiness and emotional appeal, forms the centerpiece
of the Audi brand. And now the design has become even more clearly defined
and striking in all models -- the Sedan, the Avant, the allroad quattro and
The new look further accentuates the horizontal lines at the front end. The
engine hood is more arched, the upper corners of the single frame grille
are tapered, and the cross ribs and the Audi rings are highlighted
three-dimensionally. The grille is painted gray, with high-gloss black on
the six-cylinder models or in combination with the S line exterior package.
The redesigned bumpers are striking with their angular air inlets, their
revised grilles and the flat front fog lights. The A4 allroad quattro is
distinguished by its grille's horizontal chrome applications and by the
round fog lights.
The headlights have also changed, with a slight wave at the bottom edges,
and a re-arranged interior. Xenon plus headlights are available from Audi
on request. The LED daytime running lights form a narrow, optically
homogeneous band that remains open in the vicinity of the xenon lens. The
adaptive light together with dynamic and static cornering lights are
available on request.
The tail lights reflect the shape of the headlights, and in combination
with xenon plus have homogeneous strips of LEDs. The bumper with its
diffuser insert has been redesigned, with the Exhaust system always terminating in two
There is a selection of 15 paint finishes, including four new tones. The
Sedan and the Avant offer the S line exterior package, while the Avant also
includes a roof spoiler.
The modifications have changed the dimensions only by a few millimeters.
The A4 Sedan and the Avant each have a length of 4.70 meters (15.42 ft),
while the A4 allroad quattro and the S4 are 4.72 meters (15.49 ft) long.
The wheelbases for all models are 2.81 meters (9.22 ft), and the width is
1.83 and 1.84 meters, respectively (6.0 and 6.04 ft). The height varies
between 1.41 and 1.50 meters (4.63 and 4.92 ft) depending on the body
2013 Audi S6 (2011 Frankfurt Auto Show)
World Premiere of Audi S Models at the IAA 2011
• Audi presents the S6, S7 and S8 high performance models •
Newly-developed 4.0-Liter V8 with up to 520 horsepower •
Ground-breaking efficiency with systems such as "cylinder on demand"
Audi will present its new S models for the first time at the 2011 Frankfurt
Auto Show (IAA). These models are characterized by power combined with
appropriately low fuel consumption. The engine down-sizing strategy of the
brand with the four rings has reduced the fuel consumption of the S6 by as
much as 25 percent whilst offering sportier driving performance.
The Audi S6 and S6 Avant
Athletic character, quiet understatement and richly appointed -- Audi is
remaking the S6 and S6 Avant. Both models are sports cars for everyday use,
offering uncompromising practicality. Their new engine, a four-liter,
twin-turbo V8, combines ample power with
low fuel consumption in keeping with the times.
2010 Audi S4 vs. 2007 Audi RS4
The Smoking Tire takes two hot Audi's, the 2010 S4 and the 2007 RS4, up
into the canyons of Malibu to find out how their newest sport sedan
compares to their best sport sedan.
Audi RS5 Ride, Accelerations and Sound
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I made this little video durig a small ride... You can hear at the
beggining the difference between normal and sport mode, at the exit of the
parking... Just to remember, the Audi RS5 has a 4.2L V8, that makes 450 hp.