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Audi A4 gets mild updates for 2013

Old 10-29-2011, 07:09 PM
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Audi A4 gets mild updates for 2013

Audi has revealed a facelifted version of the A4 that will hit showrooms in Europe in January. U.S. consumers will get the restyled A4 next June or July, marketed as a 2013 model.

In Europe, the refreshed A4 will be sold in sedan, wagon, Allroad quattro and high-performance S4 versions. Audi says the S4 will sprint from 0 to 62 mph in five seconds, has a top speed limited at 155 mph and returns 29.4 mpg on the European fuel-economy test.

Facing off against new versions of the BMW 3-series and the Mercedes-Benz C-class, the reworked A4 gains several styling changes, revised engines for the European market and added interior quality.

Exterior changes include:

-- New front styling with more curvaceous headlamps with reworked LED running lamps now appearing as a continuous band.

-- More styling contours on the hood.

-- The adoption of a new six-corner single-frame grille that is painted gray on four-cylinder versions and black on six-cylinder models.

-- A restyled bumper with trapezoid-shaped fog lamps.

-- At the rear there are new taillamps with altered LED graphics mirroring those of the headlamps.

-- A new rear bumper with a more-prominent valance panel with twin chrome tailpipes.

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