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Audi a4 b9 rs4 grill

Audi a4 b9 rs4 grill designed with good appearance and long lifespan, the product is both beautiful and durable. It would be a direct replacement parts for your car because of the perfect fitment and easy installation.
Selecting high-quality ABS material, the product is durable, sturdy, and shake-proof.

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The length of the product is 53cm, the width is 14cm, and the height is 3cm. It is applicable for Audi A4 B9 S4 RS4 13-15. Its OE numbers are 8K0807681K and 8K0807682K.

Item Name: Fog Light Grille
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Size: 53cm x 14cm x 3cm/20.87″ x 5.51″ x 1.18″ (Approx.)


New Audi RS4 Avant (2020) review: the real-world supercar

Let’s get the engine Audi a4 b9 rs4 grill discussion out the way right now. The previous-generation Audi RS4 Avant had a rip-roaring, free-breathing V8 – but the latest rapid estate is another victim of the industry’s downsizing, turboing trend. This B9 iteration of the mighty RS4 has succumbed – in its under-bonnet lair is a 2.9-litre twin-turbocharged V6 – the same unit fitted to its slinkier RS5 cousins.

It continued with the refettled versions introduced in 2020, although the gearbox was also refined to improve driveability – more on that later.

Smaller does not necssarily equate to inferior, of course. Despite having 1269 fewer cubic centimetres of displacement, the V6 packs near-enough the same power output as the retired bent eight block (444bhp) and a whopping 125lb ft more torque, while – most significantly – generating a quarter less CO2 on the test cycle, and eking out impressive fuel efficiency. That reads like a win, on paper at least.

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audi a4 b9 rs4 grill size

This latest RS4 is slimmer than the previous generation, and much of the weight-saving can be attributed to the more compact mill up front; it alone weighs 31kg less than the preceding 4.2-litre V8. A useful saving.

A further 45kg was shed during that 2020, largely by reducing some of the sound deadening materials packed in the RS4’s crevices.

Overall, it’s a very zeitgeisty move from Audi, but it’s what everyone is doing at the moment: smaller engine, bigger punch, lower emissions and reduced thirst (if you’re self-disciplined enough to drive it gently). What isn’t present is electrification, but given that the most recent all-new RS-badged Audi was the battery powered E-Tron GT, it’s clearly not that far away.

So, what do you gain – or lose, for that matter? We’ve now driven it extensively abroad and in the UK, so read on for the full, definitive CAR review of the new Audi RS4 Avant.

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audi a4 b9 rs4 grill

How fast is it? Audi RS4 performance pored over

Rejoice! The RS4 is 0.6sec quicker than its predecessor from 0-62mph, at 4.1sec (two tenths slower than the lighter RS5 Coupe) and tops out at 174mph, if you opt for the flagship Vorsprung model (or spec the optional RS Dynamic package on pre-facelift cars). Otherwise, it’s electronically limited to 155mph as standard. It feels every inch that fast on the road.

At 1745kg, you wouldn’t describe the RS4 Avant as lightweight, but it does weigh 125kg less than the previous-generation RS4. That’s a haul of Ikea flatpackery.

As the Quattro Audi a4 b9 rs4 grill badges and heritage-laced square-bulged wheelarches suggest, all-wheel drive is standard, shuffling the torque split front to rear as required – or conditions demand. During typical driving it’s divided 40:60 front:rear, with as much as 85 per cent of torque directed to the front or 70 per cent to the rear as the system detects wheel slip. We tested the RS4 on a variety of slippery and loose surfaces and it coped with imperious ease. Traction is first-rate.

An electronically controlled Sport rear differential is an option in some markets, but is fitted to all new RS4s in the UK as standard, with the ability to precisely portion more or less torque to each individual rear wheel as required.

Additionally, all RS4s also feature torque vectoring by braking. It has a real agility and there’s decent feel through the deliciously thick-rimmed steering wheel; it won’t talk to you like a pure-bred rear-drive AMG or M product, but this wicked wagon definitely feels worthy of Audi’s RS badge.

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