The new no-dual-clutch Audi S4 debuted today, and Audi released a customary video to show the car in motion, with some lifestyle scenes and shots of its features. Also, it has the worst music ever put to a car video.
The new Audi S4 replaces the old model’s supercharger for a turbo, gains 20 horsepower to reach 354 HP, and gets a cool new dash. It loses, however, one of the most standout features of the model: the dual clutch transmission is gone.
It happened about five months ago. I'm sitting around the house in my underwear, wondering how the hell Drew Carey puts up with all those aging Midwesterners who scream like an airplane-riding infant the second they win a bottle of Listerine. And I get a message from Jalopnik editorial fellow Chris Perkins.
An Audi S4, that's a nice car. It's so nicely detailed. And you usually notice this when it's following you so closely you can see every metallic flake in the blue paint.
This is an Audi S4 with around 500 horsepower proving that all-wheel drive and lots of power can in fact solve problems.
One apparently erroneous digit in an eBay classified listing for an Audi S4 has set off an online feud between a used car dealer in Pennsylvania and the car's would-be buyer. Both claim the other is being unreasonable and neither side seems willing to yield. Here's what happened.
Audi's updated the A4 line, bearing gifts for efficiency wonks if not for those hoping for freshened visuals. Sure, the headlights are a bit larger by a few millipedes and the hood's got a slightly more dramatic arch. Fine. But boy howdy, check out that Allroad.
Every car nut dreams of building the ultimate garage and showing it off to friends/forum members/strangers. This Audi aficionado's garage is impressive, but let's be honest, it's really all about that sexy RS2.
If you go to Audi USA's website and build yourself a new S4, don't select the Imola Yellow paint as it runs a little pricey — $46,000 pricey. Configurator FAIL! UPDATE!
The 2010 Audi S4 drops the 4.2-liter V8 for a 3.0 supercharged V6 with less power and a strange "T" badge. Is that the recipe for a sport sedan finally capable of besting arch-rival BMW and making our 2010 Best10?
A report at Fourtitude says highly placed sources are stating the pending B8 Audi RS4 and the first edition of the Audi RS5 will be sporting a massaged version of the 4.2-liter V8 currently in the RS4 and R8. The mill would be getting a boost from 420 HP to 450-470 ponies, most resulting from opening up the…