Some interesting news about the new-developed models of sedan Audi A4 appeared in the media. According to them in some years the company Audi will put on the global market its advanced model - A4. Unfortunately, the details about the concept of the fifth generation of this range vans seep into the Network very scanty. In particular, this car is supposed to have the engines with the economic units of the 1.4 TSI DSG with two levels of overload (122 and 180 h.p.) and shutdown system of two cylinders in small and medium-sized loads. So this car could use only half of the engine while driving up to 70% of the total distance in its usual trip that will save 0.5 l per 100 kilometers. The switching between modes would take no more than 36 milliseconds.
The projector testimony on the windshield appears in «the pilot\'s cabin» of A4, as well as a touchpad for multimedia system MMI on the central console. There would be some more innovations in A4, for instance the electronic system which prevents complex collision,as well as automatic braking, and the thermal night viewing device for the detection of pedestrians, crossing the road in the dark.
Perhaps we could see also a hybrid version among other modifications. The most interesting variant is obviously that with charging option from the network, which should appear in 2015. It must combine the internal combustion engine 2.0 TFSI (211 HP) and 95-horsepower electric motor under the hood. This kind of sedan will be able to take up to 50 kilometers using only an electric traction. Probably a diesel-electric version follows after it.
As to appearance the new car would preserve the continuity of the image and almost would not change in size, but the lines of the body would become more acute. The headlights of the new A4 would be placed to the radiator grille. We expect appearance of a car with full led optics, besides the rear lights would become larger and the spoiler on the trunk lid becomes more sculptured.
We can long assume what the new A4 would be but as they say we`ll wait and see.