Audi Forum Ingolstadt is currently displaying a brand new A4 2.0 TFSI quattro painted in Tango Red.
Sales of Audi went up in September by 6.8% even though deliveries of the A4 only just started and it’s still not available in United States. This means the Ingolstadt-based automaker has some good days ahead, despite the ongoing dieselgate saga which has affected no less than 2.1 million cars with the four ring logo.
Getting back to the car at hand, it’s painted in the optional metallic Tango Red which will set you back an extra €890 in Germany while those fancy 18-inch alloy wheels are also an additional €950. As you can see, this car has analog dials instead of the impressive Audi virtual cockpit fully digital instrument cluster that is offered for €500.
Under the hood it’s the 2.0 TFSI engine with 252 PS (185 kW) which in this case works with the S tronic transmission sending power to a quattro all-wheel drive system. The cheapest version equipped with this engine and gearbox costs €45,750 before you add any optional equipment and if this is too much, there’s always the entry-level 1.4 TFSI with the six-speed manual transmission priced from €32,550.