2016 Audi A4 dashboard, headlamp completely exposed – Spied

Posted on: Mar 30, 2015 - 8:18pm IST

Public world premiere at Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

Chinese auto site AutoHome has posted images of the 2016 Audi A4 giving away vital design information much ahead of the car’s public showcase at the Frankfurt Motor Show in mid-September.

2016 Audi A4 headlamp spyshot leak
The inverted L-Shaped headlamp will also get Matrix LED technology.

The headlights are cut in an inverted L-shape with LED turn signals and daytime running lamps. The radiator grille appears wider than the current car’s and the bonnet will be ribbed with two lines on either side as opposed to the single lines on the current model.

2016 Audi A4 dashboard spyshot leak
The dashboard is a cost-down version of the Audi Q7’s with plenty of borrowed components.

The dashboard is a cost-down version of the Audi Q7’s and features the same continuous air-vent design, gear selector, controller, HVAC controls, headlamp switches and free-standing MMI display. The layout is altered with fewer storage solutions and its unclear if this mule comes with the Audi Virtual Cockpit system, though the production model, depending on the variant, would have it besides the Matrix LED headlamp.

2016 Audi A4 MMI and center console spyshot leak

Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, member of the Board of Management of Audi AG and head of Audi’s Technical Development confirmed to IAB in Switzerland earlier this month that the 2016 Audi A4 would have its media premiere prior to the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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As per other media reports, the car would be based on the second gen MLB platform and weigh 100 kg less than the outgoing version. It reportedly is getting 13 engines and an optional 9-speed automatic transmission.

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[Source – Autohome.com.cn]

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