Audi has finished the new A5 line up by unveiling the new Cabriolet variant.
With regards to its styling, the delicate-best Cabriolet certainly takes its inspiration in the Coupe than on a bonnet that includes a ‘power dome’ and the preceding version.
The manufacturers say not only is the A5 lighter in relation to the old version, it’s additionally stiffer; and, that should lead to enhanced fuel economy and sharper handling. As regular, the Cabriolet will come with Audi’s Push Choose program, allowing the driver to tailor the auto’s behavior to give both more relaxation or a more sporty sense; and, beyond that, purchasers may also have the ability to define dampers.
When the car goes on sale, three engines will be accessible – a 2.0-litre petrol, as nicely as 2.0- and 3.0-litre diesel models – but they'll shortly be joined by a less strong, more affordable variant of the gasoline engine and a better variant of the bigger diesel. All come with an option of automated or manual gearboxes, and four wheel drive is optional on the strongest diesel, where it's normal, except across the array.
Meanwhile, near the top of the range sits the high performance S5, which has 21bhp more in relation to the older S5 and conventional four-wheel drive.
In accordance with Audi, the A5 Cabriolet has 50/50 split back seats, along with more room inside than the old version in to make it simpler more easy use the voice-handle program.
Also available would be the most recent infotainment and driver-assist systems, with Audi’s ‘Virtual Cockpit’ (which replaces the standard dials with a customisable electronic show) on the options list.
Precisely when the A5 Cabriolet will go for sale we’re however to hear, but we anticipate to see it in showrooms in the springtime, with prices a little higher compared to present auto, proposing a starting cost of approximately £37,000 for the variety.