In this colour guide, we see what paint options are available for the Audi A4 Saloon including prices for each shade. If you're looking at getting this car, this is the first place you should look.
The Audi A4 Saloon is a fantastic car with plenty of power, but when it comes to choosing what model to order, it’s also important to know what colours you can get as well. Take a look below to see what colours you can get on this car. Note that all colours shown here are matched as accurately as possible, however Audi UK can’t guarantee that colours shown are 100% accurate.
Solid Paint – £0
This standard, black colour is an excellent choice for someone looking for a stylish, but classy colour that is sophisticated and smart. It complements the front grille and front bumper design of the A4 Saloon as well. Black cars are on the rise and might become the most popular car colour of 2017.
The Ibis White paint is simple and smart. It makes the metallic features of the A4 stand out as well as the alloys. This colour has been the most popular for the last few years, but has only just started to decline against the Brilliant Black option. Popularity of white cars dropped in 2016 – the first time the colour has weakened since 2005!
Solid Paint – £645
This paint is reserved exclusively for the Audi A4 Black Edition and looks absolutely stunning. Paired with the Black Edition 18″ 10 Y-Spoke gloss black alloys with white rim, it oozes sophistication with an added touch of luxury and sportiness. You can read more about the A4 Black Edition here.
Metallic Paint – £645
This colour isn’t one you see very often on the roads, but could come in useful for people expecting to get a lot of mud on their car, extending the amount of time between each car wash.
This silver paint has a gold hue that makes it look sophisticated and mature. This may be a good colour choice if you’re expecting to leave your car for long periods of time between each wash as the unusual colour should help to mask the dirt buildup.
Floret Silver is a popular choice for the A4 Saloon. It makes all Audi models stand out, not least this car. This colour will keep your car looking new and sleek for the duration of your contract.
Glacier White adds a metallic sheen that isn’t present in the Ibis White solid colour. It keeps your car looking bright and makes it look stunning in the light. If you like white painwork, but you’re looking for something more than Ibis White, this is the paint for you.
Not a particularly sought-after colour in the Audi range, this green option is being shown off on cars like the second-generation SQ5 that was announced at the North American International Auto Show. It may grow in popularity somewhat, but it’s likely that customers will opt for more traditional colours like white, black and different shades of silver.
This dark grey is a fantastic colour choice for a car like the A4 Saloon. It is subtle, but attractive and accentuates the alloys and grille. When the headlights are on, the car looks special with this paint.
For someone who likes a red car, this is a good choice. It’s not quite as loud as Tango Red, and it has an executive feel to it. It will still stand out in all situations, whether that’s on the motorway or in a car park, but it’s appeal could also lie in its ability to hide dirt kicked up from the road for some time.
Another popular choice across the Audi range, mainly because it’s a more subtle option than Floret Silver, but not quite as dark as Manhattan Grey. This metallic paint is equal parts elegant and sporty.
This dark blue isn’t usually picked over Scuba Blue, but it would certainly look nice in light situations while hiding in the darkness of night. This would be a conservative colour choice if you’re not trying to shout that you have a powerful engine under the hood.
This black paintwork is a good choice for someone looking for a metallic paint that’s desirable and loved by numerous Audi owners. It’s very similar to Brilliant Black, but the metallic option makes all the difference.
A popular choice on the sports models, Tango Red is often seen as the sportiest of the colour choices on the A4 Saloon. If you’re thinking of adding larger alloy wheels to your car, this colour would work well with them. If you think this is too bright, you may prefer the Matador Red.
For people who like blue cars, this is a superb paint with a touch of sportiness and attractive enough to make your car turn some heads. This colour makes your alloys look even brighter.
Pearl Effect Paint – £645
If you choose to go for an S-Line model of the A4, you’ll be treated to the option of Daytona Grey pearl effect paintwork. This paint option will complement the entire range of optional alloys as well as the beautiful optional Black Styling Pack. This paint is often chosen by owners of the S-Line as it proves that you have the top specification of the car.