The basic shape of 2018 Audi RS4 has changed less compare than Avant S4, but if we remind about it, the hottest version is RS4, it gets some extra accessories. Most striking is the big black grille with the honeycomb and deeper air intakes that are deeper and clearer. There is an optionally available optional badge available on top of a fine chin spoiler similar to that fitted to RS5.
It’s hard to make a prelude to the Audi RS4. It started in 2001, with the Audi B5 platform powered by twin-turbocharged Cosworth 2.7-liter V6 modifications from the S4. Our rendering shows only the front of the Audi model. The rear difference carved from the RS5 should also be included to help improve rear down force at high speeds.
2018 Audi RS4 Interior Designs
The RS4 cab is basically the same as RS5, but that’s not the cause of the complaint. The Audi RS4 interior, though lacking in diversity, has some of the best in the market in terms of quality, ergonomics and design. It will feature Alcantara trim and carbon fiber, contrasting red stitching and steering wheel are flat.
Besides, there is filled with semi-bucket bench wrapped Nappa coating with RS logo. The logo was present at the door sill and dashboard. Then panels combined carbon fiber combined and black.
There are many technologies on board as well, with MMI infotainment systems taking center stage. It features a high sat-nav res screen that can be mirrored on Audi’s Virtual Cockpit that replaces the traditional call in front of the driver. Other technologies include adaptive cruise control and Wi-Fi on-board hotspots.
2018 Audi RS4 Engine Specs
The updated 2018 Audi RS4 is now using a 2.9-liter twin-turbo 450 hp V6 engine to replace the older 4.2 liter V8 car V8. Despite cylinder reductions and capacity, the new Audi RS4 will generate more power and, most importantly, more torque to make it feel faster in everyday driving. The new RS4 should include 0-62mph in about four seconds considering the lighter RS5 reaches it in 3.9 seconds.
The machine will only be offered with an automated eight-speed auto gearbox that delivers an unclear shift when roaming and hard changes while driving fast. Sure, it will feature the legendary Audi Quattro all-wheel-drive system for unbreakable grip and charm in all weather.
Based on claims data, the Audi RS4 can go 0-100 km / h in 4.7 seconds although he uses a rim size of 20 inches by 9 inches wide. Of course this car is perfect for young executives speed lovers.
2018 Audi RS4 Released Date and Price Rumors
With a more practical body than the RS5, we expect the 2018 Audi RS4 to be slightly lower than the slimmer £ 62,900 price tag – £ 55,000 seems likely. We can see the new RS4 at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show in September but is expected to go on sale by 2018.