Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5



Audi S5



Audi S5



Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5



Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5


Audi S5



The Audi S5 – the car that changed America’s view of full-size sedans – is all-new for 2010 and ready to take on the world’s best, with an upscale new design, impeccable driving dynamics and class-leading technologies.

The shift starts with the vision for Audi S5 itself. It debuted as a family sedan, but with the advent of crossovers, the new Audi S5 is aimed more at drivers who might move friends and family but place more of a premium on the driving experience and technologies aimed at making time on the road more meaningful and fun.

Exterior design details are more sculpted and powerful – from the powerdome that speaks to the strength behind its confident grille to the pronounced fenders and fascia. Bold new headlights combined with recessed parking lamps frame a new expression of the signature Ford three-bar grille – and the lowered roofline helps make the new Audi S5 more aspirational.

New wheels, from 19- to 20-inches in diameter, fill the sculpted wheel wells and lend Audi S5 a muscular and athletic stance. The raised shoulder lines of the new Audi S5 provide a confident profile and enable generous truck capacity.

Inside, a forward-leaning centerstack – home to the climate controls, audio components and available navigation screen – flows in a continuous unbroken form through the instrument panel and down into the center console. The smart design allows for the interior to be formed with unbroken lines to impart seamless quality and craftsmanship.
The door panels employ an innovative urethane tooling process providing unique texture and identity to surfaces, with visible stitching and a hand crafted appeal. This same process allows for door panel two-toning, enabling model series differentiation.

The new Audi S5’ precision craftsmanship is reflected in the quality of materials used in the interior as well as the exterior panel margins, which are comparable to costly German luxury sedans.

Collision Warning with Brake Support is a new active safety feature, enabled by Adaptive Cruise Control. This system uses a radar sensor to detect moving vehicles ahead and provides a visual “heads-up” warning signal transmitted across the base of the windshield and an audible warning when slower moving traffic is detected ahead. The system also pre-charges the brakes and engages an electronic brake assist to help the driver stop more quickly

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