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2022 Audi A4 Sedan Interior Overview

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Interior Overview

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Interior Rundown

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Interior Rundown

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Steering Wheel Design

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Steering Wheel Design

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Steering Wheel Details

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Steering Wheel Details

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Dashboard

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Dashboard

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Gear Shifter

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Gear Shifter

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Front Seats

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Front Seats

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2022 Audi A4 Sedan Rearmost Seats

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2022 Audi A4 Sedan Back Seats

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Sunroof

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Sunroof

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2022 Audi A4 Sedan Dashboard 1

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2022 Audi A4 Sedan Front Seats 1

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Rear Passenger Seats

2022 Audi A4 Sedan Rear Passenger Seats

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Audi A4 interior

You’ll love climbing into the Audi A4 each morning – the quality of its interior is fantastic. Its infotainment system is great too, but BMW’s iDrive continues to be even easier to use.

Style

The Audi A4's MMI infotainment touchscreen

Everything in the Audi A4’s cabin is simple, intuitive and stylish. It’s not quite as sporty as the Jaguar XE’s wraparound design or quite as eye-catching as that in a Mercedes C-Class, but the Audi’s numerous aluminium and soft-plastic trims look classy and feel absolutely bulletproof. No other car this size is quite as well built as the Audi A4.

Everything you’ll touch regularly – from the standard leather-trimmed steering wheel to the metal switches on the dashboard – feel a class above what you’ll find in a BMW or Mercedes. You even get posh soft-close lids on the Audi A4’s various storage trays and cubby holes.

To complement all these plush, upmarket trims you’d expect leather seats to be standard, right? Unfortunately not – they’re an option on entry-level Technik models. However, next-level up Sport trim comes with full leather seats, along with ambient interior lighting.

Sportier S Line cars come with stainless steel pedals, brushed-aluminium dash trims, contrasting stitching and more supportive leather and suede-like Alcantara sports seats while Black Edition versions add a flat-bottomed steering wheel and – you guessed it – black interior trims.

Splash out for a range-topping Vorsprung car and you get electrically-adjustable front seats, heated front and rear seats and an opening sunroof as standard.

Audi A4 interior design

Audi A4 Technik interior
The base A4 doesn’t come with leather seats – the Technik has cloth chairs with manual adjustment. They are at least heated, though, and you get lumbar support, a 10.1-inch display screen on the dash and a high-quality interior with Aluminium trim pieces.

Audi A4 Sport Edition interior
Sport trim comes with leather seats, along with LED ambient interior lighting – but in every other way it’s the same as the lower-spec Technik model.

Audi A4 S Line interior
Sportier A4 S Line cars come with stainless steel pedals, brushed-aluminium dash trims, contrasting stitching and more supportive leather and suede-like Alcantara sports seats. There’s also perforated leather on trim such as the gear shifter.

Audi A4 Black Edition interior
Black Edition versions add a flat-bottomed steering wheel and – you guessed it – black interior trims. Otherwise, though, it’s the same as the S Line inside.

Audi A4 Vorsprung interior
Splash out for a range-topping Vorsprung car and you get electrically adjustable front seats, heated front and rear seats and an opening sunroof as standard. It also features extra LED interior lighting, more leather, wireless phone charging, an upgraded stereo and Oak trim in certain places.

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Infotainment

The Audi A4's MMI infotainment touchscreen

Every Audi A4 comes with a bright, high-definition 10-inch widescreen atop its dashboard. It might look a little like an afterthought, but it comes with DAB radio, Bluetooth, built-in sat-nav and – unlike in a BMW 3 Series – Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.

That’s all the features ticked, but what about using it? Well, Audi’s old MMI and BMW’s iDrive are easier to use while driving because both have a handy rotary dial rather than relying solely on touch, but there’s still lots to like about Audi’s latest MMI system. Its colourful menus are easy to follow, sticking in a destination on the sat-nav is a doddle and it responds quickly to your inputs.

Also standard are Audi’s brilliant Virtual Cockpit digital dials. It’s a 12.3-inch display that replaces conventional analogue speedo and rev-counter dials with a configurable screen, and at the press of a button, it can display full-screen sat-nav directions alongside neat digital dials. Not only are they easy to use, but they also look fantastic, lifting the A4’s cabin even further.

And there’s good news for audiophiles too. The A4’s standard 10-speaker sound system is good, but for the best sound experience you’ll want the 20-speaker, 755W Bang & Olufsen Premium sound system that’s standard on range-topping Vorsprung models, but optional as part of Audi’s Comfort and Sound pack across the rest of the range.

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As standard, the car is fitted with analogue instruments and a typical trip computer-style central screen, but they can optionally be swapped for the same 12.3in Virtual Cockpit TFT instrument cluster as the one offered in the TT. Unlike in the TT, it can be partnered with a head-up display and a central 7.0in infotainment screen.

The flexibility of what information you choose to be displayed in which location gives the A4’s driver the ultimate in configurability: two widescreen high-resolution navigations maps displayed simultaneously, for example, in case you want to be guided in bird’s-eye and north-up modes at the same time.

Even the most ardent critic of Audi would find it difficult not to be impressed by the technological sophistication of the A4’s interior and the substance and tactile appeal of its fittings, right down to the sculptural indicator stalks. 

There are four core trim levels to choose from when speccing your Audi A4. Entry-level SE models come with xenon headlights, 17in alloy wheels, an acoustic glazed windscreen, cruise control, parking sensors, keyless ignition and various semi-autonomous braking systems as standard. Inside there is tri-zone climate control, manually adjustable front seats and Audi's MMI infotainment system, complete with Bluetooth and USB connectivity, smartphone integration, DAB radio and a 7.0in colour display.

Upgrade to Sport and the A4 is kitted out with sportier attire, heated front sports seats, interior ambient LED lighting, sat nav and a 10-speaker audio system, while S line models get a more aggressive bodykit, sports suspension, 18in alloy wheels, LED head and rear lights and a leather and Alcantara upholstery. Topping the range is the Black Edition trim, which adorns the A4 with 19in alloy wheels, tinted rear windows and lots of gloss black interior and exterior trim.

Those opting for an S4 will gain all the standard equipment found on an S line A4, plus an Audi Sport-designed bodykit, suspension, braking system and alloy wheels, front super sports seats with massaging function, a Nappa leather upholstery and an upgraded Audi MMI infotainment system with a touch control panel and an 8.3in display.

The RS4 is only available in Avant estate form and is available in two trims. The standard car comes with 19in alloys, a RS-specific Virtual Cockpit, massaging Super Sport front seats, a Nappa leather upholstery, ambient interior LED lighting, and a beefy bodykit, while the Carbon Edition adds 20in alloy wheels, red brake calipers, a sports exhaust system, Matrix LED headlights, an aluminium styling pack, rear privacy glass and lots of gloss black exterior trim. 

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Audi A4 interior and comfort

  • Excellent fit and finish throughout
  • Standard-fit Virtual Cockpit
  • Large infotainment display; now touchscreen only

Audi is a company famed for its interiors, and it’s no different with the A4, which boasts the best quality and neatest – if not the most exciting – design of the compact executive segment of the car market.

2019 Audi A4 Saloon dashboard

Unsurprisingly there are similarities with other Audi models thanks to the full-width air vent graphic also found in the Q7. The 10.1-inch multimedia screen looks like it should fold away – as it did on older Audis, but is, in fact, permanently fixed.

All A4 models come with the firm’s Virtual Cockpit system, which displays all relevant information (from sat-nav, audio, telephone and regular dials) on a multi-configurable 12.3-inch LCD screen replacing standard instruments. This only became available as standard as of 2019, and was an option on pre-facelift cars.

Intuitive controls and excellent build quality

As you’d expect, each element of switchgear feels reassuringly solid, with fine design and neat detailing and we especially like the conductive toggle-switch style climate controls.

2019 Audi A4 Saloon multimedia touchscreen

Before the car’s update, the infotainment system was controlled via a MultiMedia Interface (MMI) rotary controller, with fingertip input, located near the gearlverl. This was especially intuitive to use. Now though, it’s all touchscreen-controlled: although it looks sharper and is usefully large at 10.1 inches, it's fiddlier to operate on the move. Not only do you have to look at the screen more, there's no ledge to rest your hand while you're doing so. Thankfully, the voice-activated controls work without too much faff.

Is the A4 comfortable?

  • Excellent driving position
  • Impressive seats on all models
  • Ride can be firm on standard suspension

Seat adjustment, along with that of the steering wheel, is ample and we found no issues getting into a comfortable driving position. All the seats available are comfortable and supportive – especially on S Line models with extendable seat cushions beneath your thighs.

The ride is excellent when fitted with the optional adaptive damping system, managing to carry off larger wheels without massive issue – generally ironing-out any lump or bump it encounters in the road with ease. It’s very impressive.

However, choose a model with standard suspension and the A4 can fidget over imperfections in the road – it’s certainly no worse than an equivalent 3 Series, itself a car that rides on the firmer side of things, but we would still recommend spending extra on the adaptive option.

The lack of wind noise is impressive, and there’s not too much of a racket being kicked up from the road – as long as you stick with sensibly sized alloy wheels – while the engines are barely audible either. It’s a great long-distance cruiser.

All that really lets the A4 down from a comfort perspective is space in the rear, but if that's a critical issue you'd need to progress to the larger A6 Saloon.

Grey 2019 Audi A4 Saloon rear three-quarter

Running costs and mpg

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Interior and tech

Architecturally not much has changed with the S4’s recent facelift. The A4’s interior has always been handsome and felt well built, and those qualities remain here. It lacks the driver focus of a 3-series, the smooth curves and more organic feel of a C-class, and the racy character of an Alfa Giulia, but it also gives off the impression it’d be marginally less irritating to operate day-to-day than any of its competitors.

Likewise, it’s quiet and comfortable in here. There’s good adjustment in the seats and steering wheel, visibility is pretty good as far as modern cars go, and there’s decent space in the back seats. The Avant also gets a usefully sized boot at 495 litres (the saloon offers 460) – five litres down on a 3-series Touring, but 35 litres more than a C-class estate.

Where the new car differs is in its features. You now get Audi’s Virtual Cockpit instrument display as standard even in the entry-level Technik, and it remains one of the better digital instrument clusters out there. The configuration options might be confusing and it’s easy to hit the wrong button on the steering wheel and bring up a page you aren’t interested in, but once you’ve settled on a format, it’s clear and informative.

The other big change is to the display screen in the centre of the dashboard. Well, perched on top of the dash at any rate. The screen has now grown to 10.1 inches, occupying most of the real estate above the central vents, and is now touchscreen rather than using the old Audi click-wheel between the seats.

This will be seen as a backward step for some, as you now need to concentrate a little harder to bring up certain menus, but Audi’s app-based format at least makes those random prods more successful and of course, the larger screen means features are easier to see than before.

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Overview

The 2022 Audi A4 is a quintessential compact luxury sports sedan, with a richly appointed cabin, lively handling, upscale styling, and plenty of tech features. All models come with the brand's signature Quattro all-wheel-drive system, and buyers can choose between two turbocharged four-cylinder engines, the more powerful of which makes a stout 261 horsepower. The A4 expertly blends a fun-to-drive nature with a forgiving ride, so buyers who want both sports sedan moves and a luxury-car demeanor will find it here. Like other Audi models, the A4's cabin is dotted with digital displays, including the optional Virtual Cockpit gauge cluster. Rivals such as the Genesis G70 and the Mercedes-Benz C-class have more style, but the A4 is a well-rounded package that is designed to satisfy a broad range of buyers.

What's New for 2022?

Audi's popular Black Optic package—which swaps out the A4's chrome exterior trim for glossy black details—is now available on the base 40 models. The more powerful 45 models now comes standard with a sport suspension. Otherwise, the A4 carries over to 2022 with no significant changes.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

The mid-range Premium Plus trim represents the best cost-benefit ratio in the A4 lineup as it adds a host of features that make the car an upscale ride. Among them are a reconfigurable digital gauge display, a wireless charging pad, memory settings for the driver's seat, blind-spot monitoring, and keyless entry with push-button start. We'd suggest the more powerful 45 powertrain—it makes 60 more horsepower than the 40—and it's a relatively inexpensive $1300 upgrade.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Audi offers the A4 in two strengths: 40 and 45. Both are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a 12-volt hybrid system and all-wheel drive; the 40 makes 201 horsepower while the 45 makes a juicy 261. Although we'd love a six-speed manual, a seven-speed automatic is the only transmission. The A4 45 we drove scooted to 60 mph in a speedy 4.8 seconds, and its automatic quickly and smoothly changed gears. Precise steering, well-controlled body motions, and strong roadholding combine to make the A4 a sharp handler. Usually, cars with such deft responses require sacrifices in ride quality, but the A4 manages to soak up bumpy roads with aplomb. Steering feel, so important in a sedan with sporting overtones, is subdued at lower speeds and on the highway. However, almost as if by magic, the steering becomes pleasantly communicative when you push the car on twisty roads.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The A4 sedan is expected up to 25 mpg in the city and 34 on the highway. The model we ran on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, which is part of our extensive testing regimen, returned 33 mpg. For more information about the A4's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The A4's modern-looking cabin does a good job of balancing form and function with high-quality materials and easily accessible technology features. As in most Audis, the dashboard design is clean and simplistic—a piece of modern art. Most of the A4's buttons and switches are right where you want them to be and feel substantial when you use them. The rear seat is among the most spacious in its class and features nicely shaped cushions. As with many of the sedans in the entry-luxury class, the A4 is accommodating but not capacious; choose the A4 Allroad wagon if you need more plentiful cargo space. The A4's back seat does fold in a useful 40/20/40 split, making it easy to accommodate longer items such as skis. We managed to cram five carry-on suitcases in the trunk but were disappointed by the A4's small storage bins and cubbies.

Infotainment and Connectivity

The A4's infotainment system consists of a 10.1-inch touchscreen. Features are generous and include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, two USB ports, and voice command. Navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, and in-car Wi-Fi are included in various option packages, as is a more powerful Bang & Olufsen audio system with 19 speakers. A cool digital gauge display that Audi calls Virtual Cockpit is optional, and we highly recommend it.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The A4 has many driver-assistance features, but they're limited to costly upper trim levels. Features such as blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control, for example, are only available on the pricier Premium Plus and Prestige trim levels. For more information about the A4's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking with forward-collision warning
  • Standard lane-departure warning
  • Available adaptive cruise control

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Audi's warranty coverage is strictly average among luxury brands, and its complimentary scheduled maintenance coverage doesn't last as long as BMW's.

  • Limited warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
  • Complimentary maintenance is covered for one year or 10,000 miles

Specifications

Specifications

2021 Audi A4 45 TFSI Quattro

VEHICLE TYPE
front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

PRICE AS TESTED
$53,840 (base price: $41,945)

ENGINE TYPE
turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 16-valve inline-4, iron block and aluminum head, direct fuel injection
Displacement
121 in3, 1984 cm3
Power
261 hp @ 6500 rpm
Torque
273 lb-ft @ 1600 rpm

TRANSMISSION
7-speed dual-clutch automatic

CHASSIS
Suspension (F/R): multilink/multilink
Brakes (F/R): 13.3-in vented disc/13.0-in vented disc
Tires: Continental SportContact 6, 245/35R-19 93Y RO2

DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase: 111.0 in
Length: 187.5 in
Width: 72.7 in
Height: 56.2 in
Passenger volume: 92 ft3
Trunk volume: 12 ft3
Curb weight: 3705 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS
60 mph: 4.8 sec
100 mph: 12.9 sec
120 mph: 20.7 sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 5.6 sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: 2.8 sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: 3.7 sec
1/4 mile: 13.5 sec @ 102 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 126 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 149 ft
Braking, 100–0 mph: 304 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.97 g
Standing-start accel times omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec.

C/D FUEL ECONOMY
Observed: 26 mpg
75-mph highway driving: 33 mpg
Highway range: 500 miles

EPA FUEL ECONOMY
Combined/city/highway: 27/24/31 mpg

C/D TESTING EXPLAINED

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Based on S line, Black Edition replaces exterior chrome with black trim for a stealthy look. while Vorsprung adds features such as adaptive sport suspension, Matrix LED headlights, a sunroof, driving assistance features and a head-up display.

Options

Options include adaptive cruise control, adaptive dampers, LED 'Matrix' headlights, styling packs and a huge range of accessories. However, they are pricey. A Comfort and Sound Pack bundles features such as keyless entry and a powered boot, a Bang & Olufsen stereo, 360-degree camera view and extended LED lighting around the interior.

Technology

The current A4 is the most advanced yet when it comes to technology. Everything is controlled on a slick touchscreen that sits above the air vents. You can also control various functions through the 'Virtual Cockpit' screen that takes the place of traditional dials in the instrument cluster. It's a 12.3-inch screen that comes as standard and allows you to view maps, media functions and other things like the trip computer in place of the analogue dials of older models.

It's an incredibly slick system and, in combination with the bright central screen, makes using the A4 very easy. A colour head-up display also comes fitted to the Vorsprung trim, which appears to hover in the windscreen, making it easier to check your speed and navigation instructions without being distracted from the road ahead.

There are various USB ports, SD card slots and auxiliary inputs, so you can listen to music in a variety of ways, as well as over Bluetooth, which is very quick to pair with your phone. The A4 can also come with Audi Connect, which allows you to download apps that can show you the weather forecast, petrol prices and even your Twitter feed, plus the car can act as a wi-fi hotspot for up to eight devices.

The A4 also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and the switch to a touchscreen makes these interfaces more natural to use than with the old MMI controller.

A large number of A4s serve as company cars, so a responsive and intuitive sat-nav system is a must. Luckily, the A4's system, as with other VW Group systems, is very easy to use and provides clear, easy-to-follow instructions. You can do multi-route planning as well as using the comprehensive point-of-interest search, which also has access to the internet. This gives you contact details for the destination as well as some information from Wikipedia, which is quite useful.

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