Below we have the Audi A4 sales figures and reporting data for the United States and Canada. The Audi A4 is a line of compact executive car that competes with the BMW 3 series and Mercedes C Class. The B8 and B9 versions of the A4 are built on the Volkswagen Group MLB platform shared with many other Audi models. With a longitudinal engine design and transaxle transmission with both front and all-wheel drive options this is Audi’s volume model. Audi A4 sales includes Audi A4 Sedan and Audi S4 Sedan, but does not include Audi A4 allroad.
Audi A4 Overview
The Audi A4 is a popular compact luxury sedan (saloon) produced by the German automaker Audi. It was first introduced in 1994 as a successor to the Audi 80, and since then, it has become one of Audi’s most successful and long-standing model lines. The A4 is known for its blend of elegant design, advanced technology, and engaging driving dynamics, making it a sought-after choice in the competitive luxury car market.
The Audi A4 features a sophisticated and modern design, reflecting Audi’s signature design language with clean lines and a refined appearance. The front end is characterized by Audi’s iconic Singleframe grille, flanked by stylish headlights with available LED or matrix LED technology. The A4’s design emphasizes both sportiness and elegance, making it a well-rounded luxury sedan.
The Audi A4 offers a wide range of engine options, including turbocharged petrol (gasoline) and diesel engines. Engine choices may vary depending on the model year and the market. Audi offers different power outputs and performance levels to cater to various customer preferences, with higher-performance variants typically available under the S and RS badges. In addition to the sedan version, the Audi A4 is also offered in an Avant variant, which is a wagon-style body style. The A4 Avant provides additional cargo space and practicality while retaining the luxury and performance characteristics of the sedan.