2017 Audi S5 Features, Interior

The German automaker will soon present the redesigned Audi S5, that will replace the first-generation model of Audi. The new 2017 Audi S5 has revamped most of its body lines and carries a lot of improvements in many aspects. It is designed in such a way, in order to straddle the line between attracting style and great tuned performance. The new car is anticipated to ‘hit’ the market refreshed, upgraded (mostly in the interior) and improved.

2017 Audi S5 front

2017 Audi S5 – Exterior & Interior Features

The exterior of the 2017 Audi S5 is modern and aerodynamic. Obviously Audi didn’t upgrade it totally, because its past styling is very nice. The new Audi features some great changes, that refresh it, and give a new shine. Its smooth body is made of new, angular upright surface, with lightweight materials, which are placed on a new redesigned chassis. The logo of the automaker company is placed in the middle of the grill and comes with a remodeled bumper, with carefully incorporated LED running lights and tail lights, with an upright position. Furthermore, the car also features fog lamps, as well as xenon headlights, mirrors with exterior heating, shift paddles and automatic transmission system. In addition, the new vehicle has 18-inch-wheels with summer tires.

The real changes are added in the cabin of the new 2017 Audi S5, in order to finish a few upgrades, particularly for the elements with more propelled innovation. More specifically, the cabin is luxurious, spacious, stylish, comfort and able to accommodate up to 5 adult passengers. It is equipped with high quality materials, such as leather upholstery for the seats. The dashboard is modernized and extremely functional, with a 6.5 inch screen display, which is quite functional for the driver. The new car comes with a new steering wheel with revised buttons and a larger display for infotainment system. Moreover, modern technologies are widely present in the interior of the car, such as internet and Bluetooth connection, as well as an MMI navigation system, modern audio system, dual-zone climate control system, cruise control and a new air conditioning unit. The S5 also adds some solid safety options, which include a rare view camera, as well as parking assist systems, airbags, brake control and adaptive cruise.

2017 Audi S5 interior

2017 Audi S5 – Engine & Performance

The new 2017 Audi S5 comes with a 3.0 liter V6 engine, that is able to produce 333 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. You’ll have the choice of a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual clutch automatic system, with a quattro all-wheel drive. Moreover, the new Audi is able to accelerate 0-60 in 4.9 seconds. It also features all-wheel drive and returns up to 21 mpg in combined city and highway driving, which actually impressive for this type car. In addition, an optional Audi Drive Select system lets the driver select modes, that include individual settings for the steering, transmission and throttle..

2017 Audi S5 side

2017 Audi S5 – Price & Release Date

The automaker has not yet unveiled the release date of this car, but it is estimated that the 2017 Audi S5 will ‘hit’ the market the first half of 2016 or at the latest at the beginning of 2017. The price of the new Audi is expected to be between $54,000 – $61,000.

6 Responses to 2017 Audi S5 Features, Interior

  1. Bert R. Carollo says:

    Are you absolutely certain that the 2017 Audi S5 will be available in manual transmission? This is a deal breaker for me!!!

    • admin says:

      Hi Bert R. Carollo, We have information that will be a 6-speed manual or optional 7-speed dual clutch automatic system. We will update post if there is other news. Thank you for follow our blog.

  2. Michael Marshall says:

    It is a sad day if Audi is not offering the V6 turbo engine for the S5 though offering it for the S4, I have been waiting on that for 2yrs now.

  3. keithcheung says:

    if S4 have fit with V6 turbo, is it possiblem in fit with V6 bi turbo or V8 turbo charged?? because as same as last version in V6 supercharged, it is no much special as old version.

  4. Jack says:

    Wow that is by far the ugliest A/S5 design I have ever seen. What were they going for here? It looks like scion tc and a challenger had a baby when they should have had an abortion. It doesn’t even look european anymore, it looks Japanese. I hope this is a concept car that will radically change at production.

  5. Michael Marshall says:

    Yea, that front is not looking very inviting at all

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