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Audi A5 (Germany, 2007-present)

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2011 Updates


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2011 Updates

In 2011 Audi refreshed the A5 model line with a new engine option, revised exterior and a different engine for the S5. The car got a new 1.8 liter TFSI, petrol four-cylinder engine with turbocharger in the base model. It makes 170hp, consumes 5.7l/100km of petrol and produces 134g/km of CO2. Also new to the 2011 A5 is the top of the range petrol engine – 3.0 TFSI. In the A5, it produces 272hp.

The full A5 line-up now includes four diesel engines, three petrol engines, three transmissions and two drivetrain layouts. All A5s received a start-stop system and electric power-steering to improve fuel economy.

Exterior
The 2011 A5 appears slightly larger due to a new front grill, which attempts to give the car a more sculpted look. It also added one millimeter to the car's length and width. The car has revised taillights with optional LEDs and LED daytime running lights in the front with optional xenon headlights. Also optional is a sports suspension, which lowers the car a further 10mm.

Interior
The interior remains mostly the same with the exception of a new steering wheel with revised steering column stalks and redesigned shift lever for cars with an automatic transmission.

S5 Updates
The S5 was also updated. Its 4.2 liter V8 was dropped and replaced by the 3.0 TFSI. The supercharged V6 makes 333hp in the S5 about 19hp less than the V8, but the V6 uses 20% less fuel and sprints to 100km/h in the same 4.9 seconds.



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