Audi’s Online Configurator Lets You Fiddle With The New A5 Coupe

Sales have commenced across Europe last week and Audi has launched the online configurator for the the second-gen A5 Coupe just in time.

The online configurator allows users the selection of the exterior color, which could make the car’s final price as much as €2,400 heftier, while the optional 19-inch wheels, with different patterns, will eventually set customers back €1,050.

Improve nighttime visibility with one of the three LED headlight choices, including the Matrix system, on top of the standard Xenon Plus, could account for as much as €2,850. The priciest S Line package, which is the Selection in this case, will have another €2,850 ($3,140) withdrawn from your bank account.

A prospective buyer will spend even more money inside, where the front S sport seats carry a €945 ($1,041) price tag, the Nappa, Milano or Alcantara and the leather combination go for as much as €1,800 ($1,983). There’s a host of other features such as ambient lighting, wood applications, brushed aluminum inlays or black piano lacquer accents, heated and ventilated seats with memory function on the driver’s side, and so on and so forth.

The new A5 Coupe carries a starting price of €43,150 ($47,547) in Germany, while the more potent S5 Coupe can be had from €62,500 ($68,868).

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