2017 Audi S5 Cabriolet
Category : 2017 Cars
Changes to S5 (available as Sportback, Coupé and Cabriolet) include the 3. Special S sport suspension, standard 18-inch wheels. 0 TFSI (333PS) engines on all models, new lights, modified body details, new crystal-effect paint finishes, quattro drive with the crown-gear center differential, electromechanical power steering.
The A5 Cabriolet included a fabric roof as opposed to a retractable hardtop as on the Volkswagen Eos. Though without a fixed roof, the Cabriolet maintains much of the two-door Coupe’s futuristic styling, wearing the same signature design cues such as its crisp ‘wave-shaped’ shoulder line and angular Singleframe grille. That said, the S5 represents Audi’s sweet spot for chassis communication, with sharp, perfectly weighted steering that is chattier than in either the A5 or the RS5 droptops, especially in Dynamic mode, when the adjustable dampers are at their stiffest. In 2017, Audi replaced the supercharged 333 HP engine with a single turbocharged 183 cu in, 2995 cc, 354 HP engine, an increase of 21 HP from the supercharged model. There is, however, some understeer if you come into a corner too hot
0 TFSI engine rated 132 kW (179 PS; 177 hp) and 320 N·m (236 lbf·ft) torque, six-gear manual quattro transmission. It is a prototype designed for the Michelin Challenge Bibendum 2010 series. 9 litres per 100 km (24 miles per gallon U. 5 l/100 km (25 mpg) on ethanol during the Michelin Challenge Bibendum Rallye. 9 seconds with top speed of 236 km/h (146 miles per hour), and weighted 1,310 kilograms. It accelerates from 0–100 kilometers per hour in 6. ) when running on ethanol, but drivers managed 9. It includes a 2. The car officially consumes 9.
With the exception of the 210kW 3. The 210kW V6 diesel on the other hand comes paired to the eight-speed automatic and quattro system as standard. 0-litre TDI diesel, these engines can be paired to a six-speed manual, seven-speed dual-clutch or an eight-speed torque converter automatic, and Audi’s quattro permanent all-wheel drive system.