Audi’s compact sedan is an iconic model that has been around for many decades. Audi is making many evolutionary changes based on our knowledge. North America has some innovations, including the hybrid version. The 2024 Audi A4 is expected to be available for purchase in the second quarter of 2023.
2024 Audi A4 Redesign
Despite being spotted numerous times, the camouflage remains intact. While the front is camouflaged but you can still see the larger hexagonal grille and slight reshaping of the headlights. It will follow the same core philosophy as the Audi A4, so you will know what to expect. The new steering wheel will be touch-sensitive and feature mounted paddle shifters. There should be no significant change in the overall dimensions of the passenger rooms. This section is smaller than the average.
The MLB platform will be used to power the new generation. It is also almost certain that the current engine lineup will not change. The performance-oriented S4 model is also available. While power will increase in the new model, most of the other features will stay the same.
The 2024 Audi A4 is a well-known model. Online spy shots of the standard A4 are available, which suggests that development of the Audi 3 Series rival is underway. The custom test mule that we see may not be your average A4. The Audi A4 is conservatively designed, with care and it looks expensive. It’s both sporty and classy, and it’s also very agile. Although the interior is well-constructed with premium materials and the same attention to detail that Audi is known for, the design could have more flair. The exterior styling is somewhat muted.
2024 Audi A4 Review
A prototype of the new Audi A4 has been seen again. Although the prototype was intended for the A4 Avant wagon style, testers for this sedan are expected to be available soon. The A4 Avant is not available in the US. However, the A4 Allroad softroader still offers a wagon body.
The 2017 model year saw the arrival of the A4, B9,, and a mid-cycle update in 2020. It is expected that the redesigned A4 and B10 will be available for the 2024 model years. Only the front is camouflaged. The design is very similar to the A3’s, but there are some differences. We can see the roofline is curvier than the A4 Avant. It looks sportier overall. We will have to wait until more advanced prototypes are available to see the taillight designs because of the temporary lights at the back of the testers.
The redesign of the wagon will be unveiled later in the year. It will have a modern, but sleek design. As the new model will feature a wider grille and angular headlamps, you can immediately notice the changes. These are connected by a prominent central intake and a vertical air curtain. The designers moved downwards using a straight shoulder line and flush-mounted doorknobs. The two are connected by an upward-pointing belt and what appears like an evolutionary greenhouse. A sloping roof can be seen, and images from the past suggest that the cart may have a large panoramic glass roof.
Although this prototype was very similar to the others, it was distinguished by its production taillight. The redesigned A4 will feature slim lighting units, which appear to be connected via an illuminated strip.
The rear end of the car is more modern, with minimalistic reflectors. It also has a nicer-looking bumper. A glimpse is also given of the production exhaust system. The spy photos show that changes will continue inside the cabin, with a digital instrument cluster and floating infotainment. A new steering wheel, more efficient air vents, and a revamped central console featuring a Q4-like shifter are also possible.
Although engine options are still being closely guarded, we can expect to see a mixture of petrol, diesel, and plug-in hybrid options. The plug-in hybrid powertrain will be available in both the main model and the top-range RS4 Avant. This is expected to improve efficiency and performance.
All powertrains will be electrified with either mild hybrid technology or plug-in technology. Although diesel engines are not expected to be available, some might be available in markets that still use the fuel. A redesigned A4 with an electric version based on VW Group’s PPE modular EEV platform is also possible. However, the vehicle could feature unique styling treatments that help it stand out from the regular A4.
The PPE platform was introduced in the Audi Q6 E-Tron this year and will eventually be used to create a variety of EVs for the VW Group portfolio. It has been reported that the redesigned A4 will include two electrified RS variants, one plug-in hybrid, and one battery-electric. Keep checking.
This story includes independent illustrations by Jean Francois Hubert/SB Medien for CarScoops. These illustrations are based on spy photos that Audi has not endorsed or associated with. Audi will debut its new generation A4 in sedan, Avant, and Avant versions. Jean Francois Hubert/SB Medien has created a new rendering of the A4 Avant based on spy photos.
Audi’s evolutionary approach to exterior design is well-known. Each generation looks very similar to the one before. Audi’s new design identity will make the A4 even sexier and sportier. The new A4 will be shorter and wider than the A4 that was updated in 2019. It will also have a more sculpted bumper and higher intakes.
The profile will look cleaner and the rear shoulders will be more prominent than ever, reminiscent of RS 6 Avant. The new features include a new line of hoods that do not touch the headlights and a sportier window line, as shown in Josh Byrnes’ previous rendering.
Although the prototype is based on the A4 Avant wagon body, a test sedan will soon be available. The A4 Avant is not available in the US. However, we get a wagon body with the A4 Allroad soft-roader. The 2017 model year’s A4, code B9, saw the arrival of the current model. It was then given a mid-cycle update in 2020. The 2024 model year will see a redesigned A4, code B10. This could lead to a debut in early 2023. The prototype’s front is slightly camouflaged. The design is very similar to the A3 Avant, but it has some added curves. The roofline of the A4 Avant is curvier, which gives it a sportier appearance. We will have to wait until a more advanced prototype is available to see the taillight design.
You can expect a clean dashboard with a single panel that includes the instrument cluster as well as the infotainment system. You should expect an advanced head-up display featuring augmented reality elements (such as navigation symbols) available. Audi has stated that it will introduce electric vehicles only in 2026. This will mean that the A4’s last generation will have an internal combustion engine. It will be riding on the updated Volkswagen Group’s MLB Evo platform, which is a longitudinal engine mount and standard rear-wheel drive.
All powertrains will be electrified with either mild hybrid or plug-in hybrid technology. Although diesel engines are not expected to be available, some might be available in markets that still use the fuel. A redesigned A4 will be available in an electric version. However, the vehicle could have a distinctive styling treatment that helps it stand out from the regular A4. The PPE platform debuts in the Audi Q6 E-Tron compact crossover and will eventually be spawned multiple EVs across VW Group’s portfolio.
It has been reported that the redesigned A4 will feature two electrified RS variants from Audi Sport. One is a battery-electric hybrid, the other is a plug-in hybrid. Keep checking back. We last saw the long-roof Audi A4 camouflaged in camouflage. The taillights were still placeholders, and the grille covered its underside. We are still dealing with full-body camouflage dressing but that is an Audi gimmick. The taillights are production-ready and there are no apparent fake panels or bulky covers.
This is the purpose of these new images that were taken recently and show a prototype gliding casually in public. The design of the taillights is obvious when the driver hits the brakes and the turn signal. The slim lens features a horizontal red and orange LED strip at its bottom with a parallelogram element on the top. We are unable to see if the light is connected at the liftgate to the red reflector. Close-up of the camouflage cover that matches the lens. We also see the red portion of the wrap.
We now have a better view of the A4’s larger grille. The grille appears to be ready for production. Unless Audi is clever with its camouflage, it will not drop to the lower fascia. The fascia’s edge shows triangular-shaped corner ventilation elements. These should be smaller than the current models.
Although this series of images does not show the carriage in action, previous shots revealed an entirely different layout that featured offset rectangular digital displays for instruments and the infotainment system. Because the offset is so large, there is no way they could be connected under one screen. The cart will not have the full glass cockpit effect, even though it is digital.
The fifth-generation Audi A4 was spotted being tested, with its production lighting and less camouflage. Another Avant wagon prototype has been seen. The prototype for the A4 sedan has not been seen yet. The next generation A5 Sportback will be the wagon-only model, while the A4 sedan will continue to offer three-box styling. A sedan is an option, but the hot variant of the sedan is not. Audi is well-known for producing high-performance wagons. The next-gen A4 will produce hot S4- and RS4 variants.
The current-generation A4 was introduced in 2015 and received a facelift in 2019. Given that the prototype is still in development, the unveiling of the next generation will likely take place this year. According to reports, the next A4 will have a plug-in hybrid powertrain that can be used in conjunction with existing petrol and diesel engines. The next RS4 could be equipped with a plug-in hybrid powertrain that is high-performance, possibly a twin-turbocharged 2.9 liter V6 PHEV unit.
Mercedes-Benz is now offering a full four-cylinder powertrain for its C-Class rival and its AMG variants. Audi, however, could offer six engines for its performance models as BMW does. Audi’s tradition of evolution in styling is evident. Although the grille and headlights look almost identical, the front bumper features sharp diagonal folds that lead to more vertically-oriented headlights.
The greenhouse is very similar to the current car. Audi designers haven’t yet pushed the envelope. Photos from the A4 Family have shown that the larger, tablet-styled, landscape-oriented central touchscreen will still be present. This touchscreen will now include climate control.
Although it may not seem out of date, the new-generation Audi A4 will blow out eight candles from its birthday cake. The B9 was introduced in 2015 and welcomed its mid-cycle upgrade three years later. Now, the automaker is gearing up for the B10. The new-generation Audi A4 is determined to keep its compact premium form while keeping an eye on the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. It has been in testing for more than a year and the camouflage is starting to wear thin. Our latest prototype, the Avant (estate), was shot using the camera. It also features its most recent production lighting units at both ends.
The new front bumper of the scooped tester features a sleeker and more stylish grille. It is adorned with a logo in four rings and flanked with new LED headlamps with integrated DRLs. Car view. The rear bumper features an integrated diffuser, cutouts for what appear to be production exhaust pipes, and flush-mounted doorknobs. The new A4 is more evolutionary than revolutionary in its overall design. It builds on the success and features of its predecessor, with all new features.
You can expect a larger-spec large panoramic roof and a refreshed cabin design. The new dashboard panel will house a floating infotainment screen and an independent digital instrument cluster. You will see streamlined air vents and a new steering wheel. The center console houses a similar Q4-style gear shifter. The new Audi A4 will be equipped with the most advanced technology and safety equipment. Ambient lighting, new interior trim, and new upholstery will all be part of the package. Leather is reserved for the more costly models. The top model in the range.
The S4 and RS 4 high-end models will still be available, but the latter will only be available for the five-door body styles. In addition to several petrol engines, a plug-in hybrid powertrain is also included. Europe is likely to get at least one diesel engine, and the next-generation A4 will likely be the last car with a low-revving engine. The exact details of the firepower are still not known and will likely remain so until Audi opens the doors to the car. According to reports, a new Audi A4 could be launched in the next months. It may launch in the United States as a model in 2024.
Rumors are circulating that the Audi A4 sedan will soon be discontinued. The A5 Sportback will take over that role. We reached out to Audi to get their opinion. Depending on what they have to share, we will either update or create a new story.
The dashboard will likely be a simple one-panel dashboard that contains the instrument cluster and information system. A heads-up display should be available with augmented reality elements (navigation symbols for example). Audi has stated that it will introduce electric vehicles only in 2026. This will mean that the A4’s last generation will have an internal combustion engine. This platform will be an updated version of the Volkswagen Group’s MLB Evo platform, which means standard front-wheel drive and longitudinal engine mounting.
We expect a technological overhaul inside the cabin with a digital cockpit borrowed directly from Audi’s electric vehicle model. The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, which is already a popular feature in the cabin, can now be combined with a larger touchscreen for infotainment. This will bring even more connectivity features to A4.
You’ve seen several prototypes of the new Audi A4 tested in various environments. Are you curious to see what it looks like under faux leather? Don’t be alarmed, the camouflage has been removed unofficially.
It looks somewhat like the same font as the tester. The overall shape of the bumper and top and bottom grilles and the side air inlets are almost identical. However, the headlights are slightly different than the original car. The prototype Audi doesn’t yet have final production taillights, so the pixel manipulator uses other models from the company’s enclosure to get ideas. These have a horizontal form and are connected by light strips.
The tailgate and spoiler appear to be more realistic, while the faux bumper, diffuser, and exhaust trim are more ‘trust me, bro’. The line that crosses the sides can also be described as the same. The 2024 Audi A4 will not have an internal combustion engine, in case you didn’t know. Europe will need at least one diesel engine, while North America will offer gasoline-only units. Some of these units will also be electrified.
You can expect mild-to-plug-in hybrids as well as full-blown RS 4 that will feature some form of electrification. German auto manufacturers might offer a battery-electric version, possibly adding the eTron suffix. However, if true, it could be powered using a different platform than the current MLB. The upcoming A4 is already understood. to be built around. The production of the B9 generation Audi A4 is expected to finish next year. This means that the B10 could be due in 2023. It will most likely be launched in the model year 2024 by the time it arrives.
Powertrain & Specs
Although hybrid power is possible, the options for powertrains remain somewhat elusive. The next generation of A4 Avants will not be available with a combustion engine. Audi has made it clear that they intend to go electric as soon as possible. In this case, the next A4 Avant might launch without an A4 sedan companion. The A5 Sportback could take over the A4’s role until an all-electric model is available.
The production lights are on and the A4 Avant will likely be revealed in the first quarter of the year. This would make it a 2024 model. It will remain a product for the European market so don’t expect it to be available in America.
According to recent reports, Audi’s high-performance car will receive a V-6 plug-in hybrid system. These cars will be competing with the BMW M3 Competition Touring, and the Mercedes-AMG C63 Estate. The latter is also expected to have a plug-in hybrid system. The charging port is not visible on this test mule at the moment. This is a requirement for a plug-in hybrid. However, it appears that it could be concealed in the rear fender.
The Audi RS4 Avant currently has a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine that produces 444 horsepower, and 443 pound-feet torque. It is coupled to a seven-speed S Tronic automatic dual-clutch transmission that drives all four wheels. The RS4 Avant is capable of reaching 100 km/h (62 mph), in just 4.1 seconds. Its top speed, however, is electronically limited to 155 mph. The marvels of electrification will allow the Audi RS4 Avant not only to be more powerful but also more fuel-efficient, keeping up with the times.
Although we aren’t sure if it is the RS4 Avant as such, the car’s sound is a strong indication that this could be Audi’s upcoming high-performance car. The A4 is Audi’s last ICE-powered model. It will be based on an improved version of the MLB architecture. According to reports, the engine options include a mild-hybrid 2.0TFSI petrol engine and an efficient plug-in hybrid powertrain that has a greater EV range. Audi will offer the A4 with the Quattro option, which will be standard on the Allroad-style crossover.
The S4 was seen in testing with the V6 TFSI, which is likely to get some power aid in the next generation. The performance flagship RS4 will be equipped with a plug-in hybrid system, which is similar to the Mercedes-AMG C 63 rival but not the pure BMW M3 Touring ICE. The automaker will offer an A4 etron fully electric BEV for those who want one. This model will share the same PPE architecture as the A6 patron.
This scoop image clearly shows that Audi isn’t using a single-piece display like BMW. The main display of the new iDrive system flows into a digital instrument binnacle. Audi installed two screens instead: one large, rectangular, but thin screen in front of him, and another square-shaped unit further away at the top of his low-rise center console.
Audi seems to be following the trend of mounting those screens above the dashboard rather than embedding the screens inside. This gives the cabin a larger feel, even if it doesn’t have much usable space. It also makes the driver feel taller than they might in a crossover.
The interior photo also shows the push-pull buttons to select the automatic transmission and the hexagonal steering wheel with touch-sensitive buttons. These features are taken from Audi’s Q4 eTron. It is great that Audi has kept the physical rotary volume control on the console’s back, but it seems like the climate function may have moved to the main touchscreen.
Our spy photographer also took photos of the exterior of the A4 Avant wagon that we saw in May. Audi is known for its evolution in design, but it has modernized the look with slimmer headlights, fitted door handles, and other details. The grille is now a bit shorter and does not protrude toward the front of the hood. The body color plastic is sandwiched between them, which reduces repair costs following a low-speed Shunt.
The photographer noticed that the test car was extremely noisy and asked if it was an early RS4 prototype. The tiny “PHEV” sticker at the rear window indicates that it is a hybrid. It seems likely that Audi will make the next RS4 a plug-in for the new Mercedes-AMG C63 PHEV (671 hp/680 PS) Mercedes-AMG C63 PHEV. It could have been less spicy, however, as the test car was equipped with a simple twin-pipe exhaust system.
2024 Audi A4 Price & Release Date & Price
The new Audi A4 will be available for purchase in the second half of 2019. It is scheduled to go on sale by the end of the year. The new generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class will be competing, as well as the newly revealed BMW 3-Series facelift. They are also available in a more practical wagon body design, which keeps them popular as an alternative to large SUVs.
The official price of the 2024 Audi A4 is not yet known. We believe the price range will be between $49,900 and $49,900. Audi A4 2024 is also a popular choice.