Details 10.25 android audi a4
Support operation system: Android 10.0 system 10.25 android audi a4
Built-in 64GB ROM.
Support 4GB RAM.
Support CPU: 8 Cores.
Support the original car interface and Android interface.
With DSP function
Built-in “wireless carplay” function.
My machine has a 4G SIM card slot. Support 4G SIM card.
Support 10.25 inch digital screen.
Built-in GPS navigation system.
Support to connect to the android phone and iPhone.(mirror link)
Support high fidelity music output.
Built-in WIFI receiver.
Support USB input.
Built-in Bluetooth function.
Support multiple amplifiers sound.
Support to install applications.
Support play store function.
Review: 2020 Audi A4
10.25 android audi a4 is clearly looking to move the dial in 2020 despite the pandemic and economic downturn, introducing a raft of new and updated cars in a bid to get the jump on its prestige German counterparts.
It seems like just a few weeks ago it launched a fresh range of RS models, and now it’s bringing a significantly-refreshed A4 and A5 line-up to showrooms. Not that you would notice, at least at first glance.
They’ve always been neat and tidy, nicely polished automobiles with clean lines and high-end cabins. But they’ve always been a bit plain against the competition despite the Quattro advantage – a feature more relevant in markets like Europe and the United States some might argue.
Now, Audi thinks it has the answer with a completely refreshed A4 line-up, from sedan to high-riding Allroad.
Technically the A4 is now in its fifth generation but if you count the Audi 80, it’s actually in its ninth generation. That’s evolution for you.
Despite the fact you won’t immediately pick up the myriad changes between old and new, there are plenty of new parts to satisfy discerning buyers in this extremely competitive segment.
Almost all the body panels are new and Audi’s signature grille is now flatter to emphasise its greater width. It’s all the better for it, given its sleeker profile.
And like most new models these days the new A4 Sedan and A4 Avant have grown in size. They’re longer and wider by 24mm and 5mm respectively, while the A4 Allroad gets pumped-up wheel arches.
It might be larger but it’s a sportier look, no question, thanks to the stronger-looking guards and lower-set shoulder line – all of which are supposed to accentuate the car’s Quattro genes if you buy the designer’s spin.
The 10.25 android audi a4 front and rear light signatures are new, too, thanks to standard LED headlights and taillights across the range.
Overall, it’s another good, clean look from 10.25 android audi a4 but with a slightly sportier skew that should make it a more appealing against the latest BMW 3 Series and older Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
How much does the 2020 Audi A4 cost?
The new 10.25 android audi a4 range effectively deletes the 40 TFSI variant from the previous sedan line-up, and instead skips from the base 35 TFSI straight to the 45 TFSI versions. It’s a simpler approach based on previous sales data.
The good news is the new car is cheaper despite the fact it’s effectively a new model (given the new look), with fresher tech and more kit included in the standard inventory.
Kicking off the 10.25 android audi a4 line up is the entry $55,900 before on-roads 35 TSFI sedan. The old model would have cost you $56,100 before on-roads with less torque.
Stepping up to the $59,900 before on-roads 35 TSFI S line Sedan yields no changes to the drivetrain but adds a host of additional features, including the S line interior package among other kit.
From there it’s a $9000 jump to the significantly more powerful $68,900 A4 Sedan 45 TFSI Quattro S line with 183kW and 370Nm, and more features to boot.
The $71,400 10.25 android audi a4 Avant 45 TFSI Quattro S line is the only wagon (bar the Allroad). It has the same powertrain and features package but commands a $2500 premium for the extra load space and specific five-door styling.
Additionally, the $69,900 A4 Allroad 40 TDI quattro is the only diesel-powered A4 in the range with 140kW and 400Nm from its 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine.
The $72,900 10.25 android audi a4 Allroad 45 TSFI Quattro is the petrol version and the A4 range-topper, and is lighter by 20kg than its diesel sibling.
While equipment levels have increased in the latest A4 line-up there are still a stack of options, mostly bundled into the four available packages.
They’re the Assistance Pack ($1900), Assistance Plus Pack ($2900), S line interior Pack ($2100), and Carbon and Black Pack from $2900 – with pricing dependant on which specific variant you choose.
The entry-level BMW 320i is priced from $68,900 before on-roads, while the base Mercedes-Benz C200 costs from $65,800 plus on-roads. Both use the same 2.0-litre displacement and turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engines.
Of the 11 paint colours available for the new A4, only Ibis white and Brilliant black are offered as no-cost options. The nine other colours cost between $1531 and $1990.
For those who want 3.0-litre six-cylinder turbo power with standard all-wheel drive and eight-speed auto, there’s the $99,900 S4 with 260kW of power and 500Nm of torque, or the $102,400 S4 Avant using the same drivetrain.
Almost every A4 we drove was equipped with the $3770 Assistant Plus Pack that beefs up active safety systems by adding features such as adaptive cruise with stop and go, active lane assist with steering intervention, and Audi pre-sense front which provides collision warnings.
There’s also collision avoidance assist, turn assist, high beam assist, a head-up display, and a 360-degree camera using four wide-angle cameras for parking assistance.
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