2011 Audi A5 Quattro Cabriolet equipped with a single engine and Multitronic CVT gearbox option that works for the front driver and come equipped with eight-speed Tiptronic manumatic for quattro all-wheel-drive system. This car has long been a favorite luxury car lovers with high performance.
Although his arrival marked the fourth year in production, Audi is now calling this car a part of their product with a streamlined company that is able to convert their sales in North America. Although now facing a more competitive market than ever, through all that remain rigid Audi car models by presenting a very competative.
Audi A5 took the four-seat drop by displaying a muscular shoulder, which is an interesting way untuik a topless model without attracting too much attention. In addition, there are also acoustic soft top is coated with three layers. This car can travel 80 miles per hour on a highway in heavy rain conditions, without a drop water into the car cabin.
The eight-way power seats are good, and offer good lateral support for the corner cutting We so love to perform Pls in a sporty ride like this. The gauge binnacle features the by-now familiar red-lighted gauges with LCD screen displays Between Them That audio, telephone, and mileage information. Audi’s MMI controller to operate radio and other functions by way of its seven-inch monitor takes up a third of the centerstack, and proved to be intuitive in its use. We were the resource persons curious, though, as to the lack of navigation system in a car That retails for north of 50 big ones.
The A5 features the latest in high-tech Teutonic four-banging as standard. A 2.0-liter four-cylinder direct-injection turbocharged engine, it cranks out 211 horsepower and 258 lb-ft. of torque. Longitudinally mounted, it is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with Tiptronic manumatic functions enabling you to clutchlessly shift through the cogs. Note to Audi: We missed the inclusion of steering wheel-mounted paddle shift levers.
The quattro system sends power to all four wheels with a rear-wheel-bias. It’s held in place by a five-link front suspension with upper and lower wishbones and tubular antisway bar, while the rear utilizes an independent trapezoidal link mounted in a subframe and finished off with an anti-roll bar of its own. At 4,034 lbs., probably due to stiffening of the unibody as well as the all-wheel-drive system, it’s certainly no lightweight.
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