Audi has announced a range of the 2020 A4 in family, sedan, Allroad, Avant, S4 TSI and S4 TDI models, per Autoblog.
The facelifted models feature broader and flatter single-frame grilles along with distinctive headlights and a low shoulder line.
All of the 2020 A4 models are fitted with LED headlights but customers can choose the range-topping Matrix LED technology with fully automatic high beam. Re-shaped taillights and a new rear bumper design are also among exterior mods made to these models.
As for the interior, the German manufacturing company has dropped its newest MMI Infotainment system in, the set-up includes a 10.1-inch touch display with acoustic feedback. There's also an improved navigation system which should be more user-friendly; customers will have three different instrument cluster options from which to select. Two of these are partly analog while the other is Audi's all-digital virtual cockpit plus.
The A4 will be sold in a variety of forms when sales launch in Europe. The A4 35 TFSI with 147 hp is set to be among models, while the A4 TDI (227 hp), the 2.0 TDI (187 hp) 2.0 TFSI (241 hp) and 3.0 TDI (227 hp) will all be available too.
Audi's facelifted S4 will be sold in both petrol and diesel models, something contingent on the market. A 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine pumping up to 349 hp and 368.8 pound-feet of torque will be strapped in the S4 and the S4 Avant TFSI.
The petrol V4 model can reach 62.1 mph in 4.7 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph.
The TDI S4 models also boast 3.0-liter V6s (diesel) but they trump the petrol versions with 516 pound-feet of torque while hitting slightly less horsepower with 342. They're able to hit 62.1 mph in 4.8 seconds and reach the same top speed. The TDI is also equipped with an electric compressor that eliminates turbo lag.
The 2020 A4 should go on sale in Europe later this month but there's no word yet on US availability, while pricing is still under wraps.