The Audi A1, A4 Allroad quattro, Q7, and Q8 models have announced a series of year updates. More specifically, the A1 Citycarver is now renamed Allstreet, the A4 Allroad Quattro gets an optional Black Optics Pro package, where the Q7 and Q8 get new color options.
Starting with the A1, crossover-style Citicarver derivatives are advancing in Europe, although sales have stopped in the UK due to the slowdown. The only difference from the previous model year is the name – A1 Allstreet – the jacked-up Supermini retains the same equipment and engine options. Prices have remained the same in Germany, starting at € 23,200 ($ 24,240).
This is the first time Audi has been using the Allstreet nameplate but probably not the last. As evidenced by our spy shots, on the way there is a crossover variant of the Audi A3, also called the Allstreet, which distinguishes it from the more off-road-capable A4 and A6 all-road Quattro models.
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Moving to the A4 Allroad quattro, this new optional Black Optics Pro package is available for € 775 ($ 810), adding glossy black accents around the bodywork. These include grille, air intakes, windshield frames, mirror-caps, roof rails, diffusers, tailgate trim, Audi symbol and A4 allroad lettering. Additionally bumpers are now available in Manhattan Gray Metallic instead of the standard matte structure gray, while Cronos Gray and Distinct Green exterior shades have been added to the color palette.
Audi has not neglected its big SUVs, the Q7 and Q8. Both models can be ordered in three new exterior colors – Satellite Silver (instead of Floret Silver), Whitomo Blue (replacing Galaxy Blue), and Tamarind Brown (instead of Barrick Brown). Inside, they are now standardized with contrast stitching and feature updated interior elements on the instrument panel.
Audi A1 Allstreet
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Audi A4 Allroad quattro Black Optics Pro package
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