Audi are now offering a Black Styling Pack and exclusive paint colour – Quantum Grey for their latest A4 trim level, the Audi A4 Black Edition.
The Audi A4 Black Edition has some styling details that aren’t currently present in other Black Edition models, which give us an indicator of what might be coming in future updates for current models that feature the black styling pack. The most notable of those changes are the wheels, which still have familiar black alloys, but now also have a white rim around the edge that gives a subtle, but impressive upgrade to the standard model alloy options. This is a unique touch that will make a Black Edition car stand out on the roads, and even though this moves away from the point of a black styling pack, it definitely adds to the appeal of upgrading to the top trim level in the A4.
A new, optional solid paint colour – Quantum Grey – is available exclusively on the Audi A4 Black Edition. This paint looks impressive as a solid paint as it makes the car look even more premium than the metallic options – almost like a darker Nardo Grey. This paint, coupled with the 18″ 10 Y-Spoke Gloss Black Alloys makes the car look luxurious and sporty while also maintaining a low profile.
The LED headlights (which can be upgraded to Matrix LED Headlights with dynamic indicators) stand out against the dark grey paintwork, and are perfectly suited to the large, black front grille.
A new optional solid paint colour – Quantum Grey – is available exclusively on the Audi A4 Black Edition
The interior of the car has the standard front sport seats with embossed S-Line logos. The seats, therefore, emphasise the sporty feel of the A4 while also supporting your back ergonomically and keeping you in place as you take corners at higher speeds. To make things more comfortable for the driver and front passenger, both front seats are heated as well.
Here are some more pictures of the Audi A4 Black Edition in Saloon and Avant styles.
We have updated our Audi A4 colour guide to include the new Quantum Grey paint to help you choose which colour you think would be best for your new car.