Audi revises 2023 trim level range around Sport, S line and Black Edition models
Audi says the new trim level structure will provide a simpler experience for customers
From today Audi customers will see a change in trim levels, with Sport, S line and Black Edition for standard models and sportier S-badged models coming in either Black Edition or range-topping Vorsprung guise.
The aim of the restructure is to simplify Audi’s model names and the firm claims it’s almost halved the number of model derivatives as a result.
For Audi’s entry-level model, the A1, up to the range-topping A8 luxury limousine there’s Sport, S line and Black Edition to choose from, however the A6 and A7 have been not been earmarked for the new trim level as the upcoming A6 e-tron could cause those two internal-combustion engined models to change name.
That’s not all, because Audi now provides two new option packages. The first is the Technology Pack which costs from £1,295 in the A1 up to £2,995 for the Q7, Q8 and A8 includes an upgraded sound system, wireless smartphone charging, front seat heating and Audi’s park assist system. The Technology Pack is available on Sport, S line and Black Edition models.
There’s also Technology Pack Pro which costs from £2,995 up to £8,795. It adds features like a panoramic sunroof, a head-up display, powered seat adjustment and more driver assistance programmes. Technology Pack Pro can be optioned on every model in the Audi range.
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