An Audi A4L transformed into a low rider has been spotted on the streets of China. As you can see from the attached images, the vehicle was significantly lowered and received other modifications such as a blackened front grille, dark tint on all windows along with matte gray alloy wheels featuring a double seven-spoke configuration.
The vehicle was photographed in the city of Dalian located in the Liaoning Province and featured a quad exhaust system as well as different rear bumper along with “Unitronic” sticker which probably means the vehicle also had some tuning package.
It should be mentioned that the Audi A4L (long wheelbase) is only available in China where it is locally built by the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture. Chances are a new variant based on the upcoming next-gen Audi A4 will be launched probably sometime in 2016 with a stretched wheelbase providing additional legroom for passengers sitting in the back.
The current Audi A4L is 4761mm long, 1826mm wide and 1439mm tall, featuring a 2869mm wheelbase and tipping the scales at 1,550 kg (3,417 lbs). It can be had with a wide variety of engines such as a 1.8 TFSI, 2.0 TFSI and a bigger 3.0 TFSI while depending on engine choice Audi is offering a six-speed manual gearbox, a multitronic transmission and a seven-speed S tronic ‘box.