The refreshed 2020 Audi A4 family of Allroad wagons and A4/S4 sport sedans touches up its style and big screens. All three models get exterior styling changes and a new touchscreen infotainment system.
All models get an updated exterior with all-new sheetmetal. There’s also a wider, flatter grille flanked by larger inlets, standard LED headlights, stronger creases along the flanks, and revised LED taillights. Inside, the A4 is the first Audi switching to the third-gen MIB3 infotainment architecture, including the 10.1-inch touchscreen with audio feedback and the deletion of the rotary dial on the tunnel.
A4 continues with it turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four in either a 188-hp state of tune with front-wheel drive (called 40 TFSI) or a 248-hp version with Quattro all-wheel drive (called 45 TFSI Quattro). The A4 Allroad has the 248-hp turbo-four and standard Quattro, and the S4 continues on with its setup that includes standard Quattro, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and a turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 that makes 349 horsepower.
Audi has announced the A4 40 TFSI will start at $37,400. Surprisingly, this makes it cheaper than the 2019 model, which started at $39,200. Premium Plus models start at $41,000, while Prestige models start at $46,950. Opt for the quattro version, and you’ll pay at least $40,900 for the Premium model, $44,000 for the Premium Plus model, and $49,950 for the Prestige model.
The 2020 Audi A4 Allroad quattro starts at $44,600, while the Premium Plus model starts at $47,700 and the Prestige model starts at $53,650. If, on the other hand, performance is a priority, the 2020 Audi S4 starts at $49,900 for the Premium model, $52,400 for the Premium Plus model, and $58,350 for the Prestige model. All prices exclude the $995 destination charge, taxes, titles, options and dealer charges.