2020 Hampton Roads International Auto Show
Audi A4 AllroadSTATUS: Minor changes for 2020 - The Allroad is a derivative of the A4 sedan and the A4 Avant wagon, which is not available in North America. The Allroad projects an aggressive attitude, with flared fenders with blackened trim (body-colored trim is available with certain paint schemes) and added underbody protection from rocks and stumps. For 2020, The Allroad is treated to the same revised grille as the A4 sedan. The well-tailored cabin leans toward the luxury side of the spectrum, with the possible exception of the non-integrated display screen that sticks up from the dashboard (very trendy these days). What does appeal is the turbocharged four-cylinder that dishes out 248 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. Audi says the Allroad can hit 60 mph from zero is less than six seconds. The turbo is mated to a quick-shifting seven-speed automatic transmission with manual-shift control. Quattro all-wheel-drive is standard, of course, and has what the automaker calls "wheel selective torque control" (a.k.a. torque vectoring) whereby light braking is applied to the inside rear wheel when cornering. This helps the Allroad turn more precisely and stay on its intended line.
Base price (incl. destination): $46,700
Type: Four-door wagon
Engine (h.p.): 2.0-liter I-4, turbocharged (248)
Transmission: Seven-speed automated manual
Base MPG (city/highway/combined): 22/30/27
Base weight (lb.): 3,825