Style & Equipment

The Cabriolet's passengers also travel in style in terms of spaciousness. The wheelbase has been increased by 100 millimetres compared with the previous generation. This means considerable more room in all directions; the A4 Cabriolet is a full-size four-seater vehicle. 66 millimetres more knee room for the rear passengers, 36 millimetres more shoulder room at the front and as much as 67 millimetres in the back: these are just some of the figures that verify the leap between generations and that are confirmed by a generous feeling of space which can also be felt subjectively.

The luggage compartment has also grown considerably compared with the previous model: thanks to its variable design it has a capacity of 315 litres when the hood is closed, and still a generous 246 litres with the roof down - a dimension that puts the Audi A4 Cabriolet streets ahead of key competitors.

The new Audi A4 Cabriolet also sets a benchmark in its class with a tank volume of 70 litres.

This also applies to the new model's range of equipment. The Audi A4 Cabriolet's standard specification includes numerous features that are often only available at extra cost elsewhere: for example, a fully automatic hood, automatic air conditioning and an active rollover protection system. Electric windows, central locking with radio remote control, Isofix child seat mountings on three seats and 16-inch alloy wheels are also part of the standard package. An equipment specification that sets standards.

In addition, an extensive range of optional extras, from xenon headlights to the Audi telematics traffic service, offers numerous possibilities for customising every A4 Cabriolet to suit each customer's individual requirements.

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