It has been a key seller for the Audi firm ever since it was first launched globally in 1994 and we are now a further four generations down the line. The vehicle we are referring to is of course the A4 which is all set to debut in its fifth generation form with its first public debut from next October at the Frankfurt motor show.
The big news regarding the vehicle though is that it is all set to receive a brand new body design which will mirror that of the TT range and the new model can also expect to receive a new platform too. The A4 has been a brilliant seller for the firm over the years so can this new range of features for the vehicle help the car to maintain this success that it has achieved and does this new model offer you good value for money?
First of all we are taking a look into these main big changes made to the vehicle for 2015. The bodywork of the car has been revealed by images that were taken of the car undergoing testing. We see now that some features have been thrown into the mix which are shared with that of the new TT range which include slim LED headlights,a brand new grille redesign coming now in the form of a single grille. More body creases have now also been added to both the doors and the bonnet of the vehicle which share the TT design.
A brand new steel platform has also been included for the new model which has been given the name of the MLB. This is a brand new platform not used on a vehicle before and it is believed that in the future, other companies will include this platform on some of their big selling models such as Porsche and the VW brand. A 2.0 TDI diesel unit is expected to be offered with the car from the time of launch but other engine ranges are yet to be confirmed. A three litre,V6 engine is always a possibility and can currently be found in the auto-makers RS4 model.
A purchase price that will come along with this new model is yet to be confirmed by the Audi brand but prices are not expected to differ too much compared to that of the current A4 model on sale which prices begin at £24,685.Expect to see the car revealed at the Frankfurt motor show next October with an on sale date expected to shortly follow.