The New 2017 Audi A4 is Unique Among the Luxury Sedan Segment

Driving enthusiasts can celebrate. Audi Lynbrook is pleased to announce that this fall its parent company will be adding a six-speed manual to the Audi A4 luxury sedan sector for 2017. To put a cherry on top of the cake, Audi engineers have paired the stick shift with Audi quattro all-wheel drive and are making the Sports plus package available as an option to customers. The 2017 Audi A4 will be the only six-speed manual transmission with standard all-wheel drive in the luxury sedan segment. It’s a reason to rejoice.

This new version offers a variety of positive features, such as its spur-gear stage and its increased speed, sprinting from 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds, an improvement of 0.7 seconds over the previous generation. The weight of the transmission has been reduced by the extensive use of magnesium combined with open gearwheels, hollow shafts, and a smaller clutch.

Audi Lynbrook is especially excited about the Sport plus package, exclusively available on the Audi A4 quattro manual, featuring flow formed cast aluminum 18 inch 5-double-spoke-star design wheels, available Daytona Gray exterior paint, S line leather/Alcantara interior with sport seats, stainless steel pedal caps, flat-bottom steering wheel, and brushed aluminum decorative inlays.

Audi customers will be impressed with its greater steering precision and excellent handling through optimized steering-rack placement direct at wheel centers. The new six-speed manual transmission complements the performance produced by the 2.0 TFSI engine of the Audi A4, which generates 252 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque.

A new quattro all-wheel drive system with ultra technology that is optimized for fully-variable torque distribution and efficiency will really grab customers on the new Audi A4 manual. The new drivetrain utilizes an electronically controlled multi-plate clutch at the rear end of the transmission along with an integrated decoupler in the rear axle differential and weighs 8.8 pounds less than the previous quattro system.

 

 

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