June 25 /PRNewswire/ — Audi of America, Inc. announced today the pricing of its RS 4 Cabriolet model at $81,900. The destination charge will be $775, and the gas guzzler tax will be determined prior to arrival at U.S. showrooms in fall 2007.
Because of its limited production, RS 4 Cabriolet will only be offered with standard equipment, including navigation system plus, preparation for mobile phone (Bluetooth), SIRIUS satellite radio, Bose sound system, heated front and rear seats, memory function for driver seat and exterior mirrors, bi-xenon adaptive headlamps, rear parking system, acoustic convertible top, HomeLink garage/gate opener, auto dimming exterior mirrors, auto dimming interior rear-view mirror with integrated compass, rain and light sensor with “coming home” feature, color driver information system, iPod glovebox interface (no-cost option in place of standard 6-CD changer), brushed aluminum decorative inlays (no-cost option in place of RS 4 carbon fiber decorative inlays).
The RS 4 Cabriolet shares the same high-revving 4.2 V8 FSI engine found in the RS 4 sedan. It produces 420 hp at 7,800 rpm and 317 ft-lbs. of torque at 5,500 rpm. Like the sedan, the Cabriolet will only be available with a six- speed manual transmission and quattro all-wheel drive featuring the asymmetrical dynamic torque split. Like the sedan, the Cabriolet will have 19″ RS 4-style alloy wheels with 255/35/19 high-performance tires, a four-link front and trapezoidal-link rear sport-tuned suspension with Dynamic Ride Control (DRC), and 14.4″ front and 12.8″ rear disc brake rotors.
For more information, please visit www.audiusa.com.
SOURCE Audi of America, Inc.