The new Audi A4 all-road features new updated Quattro technology.
As the first production model to get the new technology, it will be initially mated to a 248bhp version of the 2.0-litre TFSI engine.
The new Audi A4 all-road can switch between front or all-wheel drive immediately depending on the driving conditions.
The new Quattro Ultra technology taps into all the advantages of front-wheel-drive. The system analyses a wide variety of data, such as steering angle, lateral and longitudinal acceleration and engine torque to determine whether Quattro assistance would be beneficial. The new tech is also linked to Audi’s drive select system so that the driver is able to adjust the all-wheel-drive properties to suit individual requirements.
The new Audi A4 all-road Quattro also gets 34mm of extra ground clearance.
Features also include xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, Audi virtual cockpit, the Audi smartphone interface, rear parking sensors and electrically powered tailgate operation, plus protective equipment such as the Audi pre-sense collision avoidance system and multi-collision brake assist.
Three other TDI engine variants in the A4 all-road range will also open for order at the end of April.