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    2020 Audi RS4 revealed: Top 5 things to know

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    Audi has now unveiled the 2020 Audi RS4 Avant. The New sports wagon has undergone a comprehensive cosmetic makeover. The Audi RS4 Avant now gets sharper styling along with added features to stay relevant for another couple of years. The Audi Sport Performance division had earlier dropped a new teaser with no less than six upcoming RS models which are slated to debut before the end of this yearHere are the top 5 things you need to know about the new 2020 RS4 Avant.
     

    1. Aggressive Than Before

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    The front of the New 2020 Audi RS4 Avant has been completely redesigned. The new model shares the same chassis of its predecessor. The singleframe of the Audi RS4 Avant is wider and flatter as compared to the base model (Audi A4 Avant). Just like its big brothers, the Audi RS6 Avant and the Audi RS7 Sportback, the Audi RS4 Avant also features the three-dimensional honeycomb structure in gloss black treatment that is common for the RS model series. 

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    To give it a clean look, the Singleframe is designed without frame. The new egg crate grille with the RS4 emblem is inserted directly into the bumper with the large lateral air inlets and vertical flaps. The shape of  the LED headlights of the Audi RS4 Avant has also been redesigned. The optional matrix LED headlights with darkened bezels complete the revised appearance of the high-performance Audi RS4 Avant and differentiate it within the A4 family. The wheel arches are now 30 millimetres wider at the front and back as compared to the Audi A4 Avant.

    2. Connected Cockpit

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    The 2020 Audi RS4 Avant’s cabin is similar to the new Audi A4. The dashboard houses a 10.1-inch MMI touch display. It is located in the centre of the instrument panel and tilted slightly towards the driver. The touch-sensitive screen displays a high-resolution graphic animation of an RS Avant to welcome the driver. The MMI touch display provides acoustic feedback and takes over the functions of the previous rotary pushbutton on the centre console. The driver can use the RS monitor to call up as overview of drive system component temperatures, maximum g-forces and information regarding tire pressures and temperatures. In the Audi virtual cockpit, special RS displays provide information on tire pressure, torque, power output, engine oil temperature, lap timings, acceleration measurements and g-forces.

    3. New Sporty Suspension

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    The 2020 Audi RS4 Avant now gets a five-link suspensions at the front and rear which enables optimal absorption of longitudinal and lateral forces. With the standard RS sport suspension, the Audi RS4 Avant is seven millimetres (0.3 inches) lower than the Audi S4 base model with sport suspension. 
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    The Audi RS sport suspension plus with Dynamic Ride Control (DRC) enables even more agile handling and is available upon request. This integrated roll and pitch stabiliser consists of a special damper system that counteracts the movements of the vehicle body with no delay without the use of electronics. 

    4. Smaller V6 Heart

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    The 2020 Audi RS4 Avant is powered by a 2.9 TFSI twin-turbo V6 which churns out 444 BHP and 600 Nm of peak torque. This allows the Audi RS4 Avant to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in just 4.1 seconds. The new V6 TFSI engine weighs just 182 kilogram, which is 31 kilogram less than the V8 engine in the predecessor model from 2012. The top speed can be increased from 250 km/h to 280 km/h. 


    The power of the 2.9 TFSI flows to the Quattro permanent all-wheel drive system via the sporty eight-speed tiptronic. In regular driving, the system delivers more power to the rear axle. Its purely mechanical center differential directs 60 percent of the torque to the rear axle and 40 percent to the front. If undesired slip occurs at one axle, most of the power is automatically and rapidly redirected to the other axle-up to 70 percent to the front or up to 85 percent to the rear axle. The high locking values enables a clearly defined torque distribution and highly precise interaction with the control systems of the ESC and wheel-selective torque control. 

    5. New Packages

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    The 2020 Audi RS4 Avant provides the same level of everyday usability as the A4 Avant base model. The luggage compartment has a capacity of 495 litres, which increases to 1,495 litres with the rear seats folded down and cargo loaded to the roof. Sensor control for the opening and closing of the luggage compartment lid is available as an option, and a trailer towing hitch that can be unlocked electrically at the push of a button is also available upon request.The 2020 Audi RS4 Avant has more than 30 driver assist systems underline the all-round characteristics of the high-performance Avant. 
     
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    The options are summarised in the “tour” and “city” packages. They include the adaptive cruise assist with stop & go function for automatic distance control, the intersection assist, the adaptive cruise assist withstood & go function for automatic distance control, the intersection assist, the lane change warning or the curb warning. The customers of the Audi RS4 Avant can select from eight paint colors, including the new plain color Turbo blue and the new metallic colour Tango red. The Audi exclusive program also includes many more customised paint finishes, for example Nogaro blue, pearl effect. This color already characterised the RS2 Avant as the legendary forefather of all RS models back in1994.
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