Since the year 2000, RS4 has become one of the most iconic Audi vehicles. Over the years, RS4 was first offered as a family car, then as a sedan in 2006. The 2019 Audi RS4 sedan is now a four-door vehicle and is expected to return to the US market.
What Audi did with the outdoors is both simple and amazing. The design of the RS4 sedan is the same as RS4 Avant, but with more aggressive clues. At the front, the grille is equipped with the badge “RS4” and you can find a sportier bumper with air vents a little larger. The intake under the grille is smaller and looks like a separator painted black. The headlights are Matrix LED. On the sides, the wings are heavier and the wheels are bigger. The wheels come with the new design and are 19-inch aluminum. The 20-inch wheels are optional. However, the rear of the RS4 sedan is different compared to the RS4 Avant. The “RS4” logo on the tailgate is also added. Audi has also decided to add a new Nogaro Blue paint with a beaded effect. This color is the same as the 1999 Avant. The Sedan and Avant models will have this option.
Again, the interior of the RS4 sedan should be the same as the Avant model, including the dashboard and second-row seats. Everything is offered in different colors except seats that are black. The reason is that the Audi designers believe that the black color emphasized the sporty character. Apart from that, things like the center console are offered in different colors like gray carbon. The front seats come with new RS-Sport units that give the interior an aggressive appeal. The honeycomb pattern is first introduced on the Avant model, but should also be available on the sedan.
There is a big change going on with 2019 Audi RS4. The RS4 Avant model has swapped the 4.2-liter V8 for a 2.9-liter V6, the same engine will power the next Audi RS4 sedan model. This double turbocharged powertrain can produce 450 HP and 445 lb-ft of torque.
The Audi RS4 2019 sedan will cost about $ 70,000. It should be released in the middle of 2019. The likely competitors are BMW M5, Mercedes-AMG C63 and Cadillac ATS-V.