The 2015 Audi A4 Sedan will reportedly hit the global market by bringing a new design styling, more fresh and radical, according to a recent report. The German based automaker has plans to enhance the A4 design with some important changes and radical redesign, as well as bolder styling.
Worldcarfans reports indicate that the four-door luxury sedan will feature a three-dimensional grille, and muscular styling. The redesigned A4 sedan will also be equipped with a unique rear spoiler, as well as featuring LED-infused headlights.
The next-gen 2015 Audi A4 is more focused on technology and efficiency in the future? We don’t know for sure, but in the same report, Audi is reportedly currently working to refine the technology and efficiency that will be offered on its new luxury sedan. Meanwhile, according to Auto Express, the new A4 is lighter, more efficient and more luxurious than the current model.
Overall, the 2015 model year will have a length of 4,701mm with a width 1,826mm and its height about 1,417-1,437mm. As for the interior features, the German automaker will put the new MMI infotainment system, touchpad controller and rearview mirror with integrated information display.
Under its hood, the redesigned Audi A4 will reportedly be available in several engine options and different configurations. The first option, there’s a 1.4-liter TSI engine with four-cylinder configuration that capable of spewing its peak output from 122 horsepower up to 180 horsepower. The 1.4L TSI engine is equipped with Audi’s cylinder deactivation technology.
Next, the 2.0-liter TFSI 4-cylinder gasoline engine will likely be the second option in the new A4 lineup, with a maximum output of 225 horsepower. Last option, there’s a plug-in hybrid configuration mated to a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and a 95 HP electric motor. It allows the car to travel up to 31 miles in pure electric mode.
Speaking about its release date schedule, the 2015 Audi A4 Sedan will likely be released in early 2015 in European continent, and will be available in the U.S. market shortly after the car was launched in Europe.