2021 Audi A4 Facelift Revealed At Rs 42.34 Lakh
The Audi A4 has been released for Rs 42.34-46.67 lakh (ex-showroom, India), kick-starting Audi’s model offensive plan for 2021. Audi is expected to unleash a new product every other month but will hold to a petrol-only line-up for now.
The revised Audi A4 is available in two different models, Luxury Plus (Rs 41,34 lakh) and Top-Specific Technology (Rs 46,67 lakh), featuring fully-equipped technology versions with tech, including the larger tactile infotainment, Audi’s digital instrument cluster ‘Virtual Cockpit, LED headlights, multi-zone climate control, and ambient lighting, etc.
Before completing the entire model in India in early 2020, Audi had previously offered the A4 a facelift in late 2019 and adopted a BS6 emissions regulatory system.
Whilst this is the second A4 facial lift, it makes more substantial improvements to the outside. The A4 now has a larger single-frame grille, updated headlights, revamped front and rear bulbs and redesigned tail lamps.
Within the base cabin configuration, with just a few significant upgrades, such as a touch screen of 10.1 inches, remains essentially unchanged. Instead of the second panel, however, the A4 preserves physical sensors, as in temperature control, in comparison to the newer Audis.
Under the limit is the most amazing improvement to the A4. The A4 currently comes with a turbo-petrol motor of 190 hp and 2.0 litres – a significant power boost in the pre-facelift model from the 150hp 1.4 litres unit.
The 2.0 litre unit, with power coming to the front rods, is coupled with a 7-speed automatic gearbox as normal. As Audi is currently concentrating more on gasoline engines and electrification, no diesel engine is available.
The 2021 Audi A4 will contend against BMW 3 and Jaguar XE, the third-genres Volvo S60, since it will be launched in March this year, and the 3-series Gran Limousine will be launched by the end of January. The A4 will compete with the 3-series Volvo S60.
As part of the product offensive policy, Audi has released a variety of product releases this year, with A3 versions, Q3, Q5, Q7, or all-new models. As part of its product offensive strategy.