2010 Audi A4 AllRoad Quattro review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 7 March 2009 , 08:03:22 byVeronica

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Audi A4 AllRoad Quattro

German carmaker Audi revealed the new A4 all-road Quattro, a model that can handle any road or trail thanks to its all-wheel drive system and increased ground clearance. The car features all the innovative technologies which impart to the A4 model line: a range of powerful and highly energy-efficient engines, Audi drive select, the high-tech S tronic transmission and innovative communication and assistance systems. The starting price for the new Audi A4 was established at EUR37.100. In terms of design, the model has a lot of common elements with the A4 Avant. For example the low roof line and the crisp lines which enclose tastefully curved surfaces. As optional, the model is also available with xenon plus headlights, light-emitting diodes and taillights. Underneath the front end and tail end, the Audi A4 all-road has a stainless-steel underbody guard. If we take a look from the side, the model creates an incredible impression thanks to the flared wheel arches, angular sills. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered 17-inch wheels. The Germans have created a vehicle body consisting primarily of high-strength and ultra-strong steel panels which reduce the weight of the car while enhancing its rigidity, vibrant comfort and impact safety. The metal sections protect passengers in case of an accident. Beside the two front airbags, the carmaker also offers side airbags in the front and optionally, in the rear as well. A head-protection airbag system also stands at the ready. Optional equipment also includes a multitude of attractive features. For example, the new model will be available with two-part panoramic glass roof with an electrically operated interior, electromechanical tailgate, the climate-controlled comfort seats and a lot more are all luxurious options. The German carmaker Audi also offers last generation multimedia options for their new Audi A4 all-road Quattro.