2017 Audi A4 Allroad Quattro

2017 Audi A4 allroad quattro Review
The new Audi A4 allroad quattro is the most expressive form of driving an A4

It combines extroverted, individual design with maximum functionality

Its standard quattro drive in combination with the powerful and efficient engines makes it the perfect companion in any situation.Exterior designThe new Audi A4 allroad quattro rolls off the assembly line with more ground clearance and a charismatic look

It shows a distinctly V-shaped front end with a unique bumper and model-specific air inlets

Vertical chrome slats adorn its sculpted Singleframe grille; the robust underbody guard and the rear diffuser are finished in selenite silver

The powerfully flared wheel arches and the rear bumper are finished in matt structure gray or optionally in the body colors Argus brown, floret silver, glacier white, Manhattan gray or mythos black

A total of 14 exterior colors are available for the new A4 allroad quattro.The headlights with their distinctively jagged lower edge create unmistakable lighting graphics

A light guide forming two acute angles provides for the daytime running lights and – at the upper edge of the housing – the turn signals

Xenon plus units are standard

Audi also offers LED headlights with dynamic rear turn signals and Matrix LED headlights with dynamic turn signals all around

The top version features traffic sign glare reduction, giving the driver an optimal view of road signs at all times.The roofline begins to descend early, flowing into flat D-pillars

The standard roof rails are black

With the optional aluminum exterior package, they together with the window trim strips and the sills add a further touch when viewed from the side

The exterior mirrors are mounted on the shoulders of the doors; “allroad” badges decorate the front fenders, the tailgate and the front door sill trims.Thanks to a sophisticated insulation concept and a wide variety of aerodynamic solutions, the A4 allroad quattro features luxury-class acoustic comfort

At its aerodynamic rear end it sports a low-drawn roof edge spoiler with side fins

Depending on the engine, the exhaust system is either a single- or dual-branch system and terminates either in a twin exhaust tailpipe (TDI) or two separate tailpipes (TFSI).