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Audi A5 2020 pricing and spec: More gear, less money for all-paw A5 range

The all-wheel-drive A5 variants are now priced from $78,900.

Audi Australia has lowered pricing and boosted standard equipment for its A5 45 TFSI Sportback, Coupe and Cabriolet variants.

Entry to the all-paw A5 grade now starts at $78,900 plus on-road costs for the Coupe and Sportback, while the drop-top Cabriolet is priced from $92,400.

The updated pricing structure translates to a $2800 discount across the A5 45 TFSI quattro range.

Despite the price reduction, Audi says it is now including an extra $9000 worth of standard features.

Pricing for the base A5 remains unchanged, with the front-wheel-drive 40 TFSI starting at $70,100, or $83,600 for the convertible.

Audi values its new standard equipment inclusions at $9000. Audi values its new standard equipment inclusions at $9000.

New standard equipment for the 45 TFSI quattro includes an S line exterior package with unique 19-inch alloy wheels, memory driver’s seat and side mirrors, a wireless charger, heated front seats and dual USB outlets for rear passengers.

The update also sees more driver-assistance systems fitted as standard, including active lane assist, high beam assist, adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, park assist and a surround-view camera.

“The stunning A5 is an Audi design icon that perfectly fits the brief of a contemporary sports coupe,” said Audi Australia product planning and pricing director Shawn Ticehurst.

“On the other hand, the five-door Audi Sportback concept offers similarly distinct styling, sporty performance and a uniquely versatile body concept, luring buyers that might have traditionally looked at a sedan instead.

“With this new pricing and significant additional equipment, the A5 45 TFSI quattro models are an even more compelling package that shine conspicuously in what is a very aspirational segment.”

While the Audi A5 Sportback has performed well in the showroom, sales for its Coupe and Convertible siblings have dropped 43.7 per cent year-to-date.

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