Audi's A4 gets ready to be in C-Class Battleground
|   Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Audi's new generation A4 is going to borrow some parts of TT's design and install even more modern technologies. In this process, it would become nearly about 100 kg weight based sports car. Audi has challenged the Mercedes Benz's C-Class and BMW's 3 Series via its A4.

A few spies have marked this fifth generation medium sized sedan during its testing at Europe which is mostly expected to get unveiled in October of next year during the motor show of Frankfurt.
Though if a camouflage comes out then these details will need corrections but it is true that it's very hard to hide the details of such an evolutionary model A4. So it is very possible to investigate and let the fans know about this upcoming model more.

Audi has made the headlights slimmer and has brought a big change in the single framed grilles. Also the TT got lot of influences in shorter overhangs with longer wheelbase. It is a triple box shaped sedan clearly since Audi wanted to ensure that the A5 gets sufficient coupe and there should be A5 Sports model to follow after it.

Few illustrators have collected all its information and have created a computer generated view which tells this story. The A4 brings an evolutionary change in the field of design because it will belong to next generation and the A8 limo which showcases future design cases of Audi, will hold the similar style. There will be even more stylish approach when A9 concept will be revealed and it is planned to be previewed in the Los Angeles Auto Show to be held in this month.

The new A4 is expected to keep the length almost same as its previous version or a slight increment may be there. Designers are willing more to restrict its rear overhang's length which implies the boot space won't be changed a lot. This model will sit on MLB EVO enabled platform which is today's demand. In terms of scaling, it will likely be as same as it's previous.

Audi is bringing its big SUV during January of next year during Detroit's Motor Show where it will debut with MLB EVO enabled style and will come up with a lot smarter mixed cup construction parts for reducing weight. In fact Audi has said already that its Q7 will come up with reduced 300 kg and A4 will reduce around 100 kg.
Reducing in weight helps to improve both economy and performance enormously. Its four cylinder based petrol and also diesel engines makes it even faster. Its 1.4 liter cylinder, 3.0 liter V6 for either petrol or diesel gives you alternative options to choose any one of them.

This is not the all but they are going to put more power into its front wheels. In another case, it may not be front but all wheels via six speeds manual transmission or seven speeds dual clutch enabled transmission. Audi has left the CVT option behind which was a variable transmitting continuously system.
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