Recently in India in the last week of August 2016, Audi will introduce the next-gen A4 sedan. They also conveyed that the Ingolstadt-based carmaker will originally launch the fresh A4 in petrol variant only, motorized by the new 1.4-litre TFSI motor. Recently Audi India imported a few models of the new A4 30 TFSI variant into the nation. Now the new Audi A4 with the 1.4-litre TFSI engine and it is the similar entry-level petrol motor that does duty in the fresh Volkswagen Jetta and the new Beetle. The engine churns out an utmost of 148bhp and expands a peak torque of 250Nm, whereas mated to an 8-speed S tronic automatic gearbox. Audi will also offer drive select as standard equipment. Audi will also introduce the new A4 with a 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine, which we previous caught testing in India. This particular oil burner is competent of churning out 174bhp and 380Nm of peak torque and comes mated to the same 8-speed automatic broadcast as the petrol variant. Audi will introduce the diesel version of the car towards the end of 2016. In expressions of intend, the new-gen Audi A4 has expand a bit in size and is now 25mm longer at 4730mm and come with a 12mm longer wheelbase that gives it improved cabin space.
The external profile of the car has gone through a main makeover and not a single part has been carried over from its predecessor, which we also take in when it was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo. The car gets a fresh front conclusion with a large hexagonal grill, in-line with Audi's latest design language, between the carmakers name matrix LED headlamps and very distinctive LED daytime running lights, which add a whole new character to the car. The car also comes with fresh sleeker ORVMs and new alloy wheels that go well with the car's longer side profile. On the other hand, the rear section also looks new and comes with sharper looking LED tail lamps along with a restyled boot lid and a new back bumper. The next-gen Audi A4 also approaches with a new cabin that comes with an edgier design and modern styling. The car comes with an all-new dashboard with horizontal, angular lines and metal décor along with more premium and comfortable upholstery.
The centre stage is taken by the new instrument cluster, which is a full TFT touchscreen module that is now comes fixed at the centre of the dashboard that is likely to come with Apple CarPlay among other gizmos. Audi's virtual cockpit will be also come as a standard fitment in the India-spec model. Audi is probable to introduce the car in the range of Rs 30 lakh to Rs 42 lakh, and upon its arrival it will take on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the new BMW 3-Series, and the newly introduced Jaguar XE sedan.