For 2015, most Audi models receive equipment updates as well as slightly higher prices. Here’s a full list of the updated models, along with pricing information for each.
2015 Audi A4For the base Premium model, new standard features include the S line exterior trim package, three-zone automatic climate control, xenon headlights, and LED taillights, all of which makes for a $1700 higher base price of $36,425 with destination for the front-wheel-drive A4 2.0 TFSI Premium model. The mid-level Premium Plus trim gains two new packages: a Sport Plus package and a Technology Package with navigation, park assist, and the Audi connect online connectivity system. All 2015 A4 models also have five new exterior color options.
The 2015 Audi S4 has a new optional Black Optic package with special 19-inch Titanium-finish wheels, and there’s also a new Audi S4 Nogaro Blue special edition with pearl effect blue paint, blue Alcantara seat inserts, and 19-inch double-spoke wheels.
2015 Audi AllroadThis crossover-like version of the A4 wagon gains new standard features including a power tailgate, three-zone climate control, rear tinted windows, along with xenon headlights and LED taillights. The MMI navigation plus package expands to become available on the base Premium model. The Allroad’s price climbs $1700 up to $43,325 with destination.
2015 Audi A5 Coupe and CabrioletLike the A4, the 2015 A5 Coupe and Cabriolet models gain new standard equipment to accompany the $1000 price increase for the base model Coupe; the Convertible’s base price increases $3100 because the front-wheel-drive, CVT-equipped cabriolet model goes away, leaving only the 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic Cabriolet. Both bodystyles now have the same new features and package reshuffling as the A4 (see above).
The high-performance RS 5 Coupe and Cabriolet models have three new wheel designs, and also gain the same Black Optic Plus package as the S4.
2015 Audi A6All A6 3.0T and TDI models now have the S line exterior package, a blind-spot monitor, and the Audi pre sense rear system as standard, and Prestige trims gain a head-up display, and LED headlights as standard as well. The Premium Plus trim also benefits from the addition of the optional Warm Weather package that was previously available only on the Prestige and includes four-zone climate control and rear-side window and rear window sunshades. Prices are up by $1700 for the base model, $950 for the Premium Plus model, and $2200 for the Prestige 3.0T model.
2015 Audi A7New standard features for the A7 3.0T and TDI Premium Plus models include a blind-spot monitor, the pre sense rear system, and four-zone climate control; top-of-the-line Prestige models gain LED headlights and a head-up display. High-performance S7 and RS 7 models also gain the head-up display, and the RS 7 now has a Carbon package with a splitter and diffuser, as well as a Dynamic package with an adaptive suspension, a sport exhaust, dynamic steering, and red brake calipers.
The price of the 3.0T Premium Plus model rises $800, and the TDI Premium Plus model is $1400 more expensive than last year. Prestige trims rise more significantly in price, with the 3.0T Prestige rising $2350 to $70,675 with destination for the 3.0T model and $73,075 for the TDI model.