Soon after switching to Audi’s new naming coverage and receiving an machines increase in 2019, Audi’s ideal-ever mid-sizer – the B9-technology A4 (and its far more seductive A5 cousin) – has been gifted a midlife makeover for 2020.
Visually, that implies loads for the slightly more mature A4 sedan and A4 Avant wagon than it does for the far more rakish A5 Sportback, Coupe and Cabriolet.
Audi has altered almost every single panel on both equally A4 entire body kinds – incorporating subtle wheelarch blisters, amongst a multitude of rejuvenating flourishes, to bring the B9 A4 into line with its fresher A1, A6 and new-technology A3 stablemates.
Audi would argue the funkier A5 presently had adequate creases in its panelwork, while it way too visually advantages from tremendous-neat, cutting-edge new lighting signatures that serve to underline the classiness of these bread-and-butter versions.
Bread and butter? Well, Australia’s bestselling variant is now the A5 Sportback (accounting for 40 for each cent of full A4/A5 income), ahead of the A4 sedan (32 for each cent) and S-badged functionality versions (twenty for each cent).
But as our two-day drive of this extensive A4/A5 range proves, not every single 2020 variant builds on the suaveness of its predecessor.
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