Building on the S Line sports specification, the Black Edition can be ordered for the A3, S3, A4, A5, Q2, Q5, Q7 and TT, with prices ranging between £26,845 ($34,808/€30,761) and £67,295 ($87,256/€77,112).
Audi says that in the A5 Coupe, A5 Sportback, Q2 and Q5, it adds matte or gloss titanium black finish to the grille surround, air inlets, side mirror casings and rear diffuser. The Black Edition also brings rear privacy glass and 19- or 20-inch glossy black alloy wheels, depending on the model, as well as dark-finished elements inside and a flat-bottomed steering wheel.
The more premium Vorsprung package can be specced to the A5, A7, Q3, Q5, Q7 and Q8. Audi’s Vorsprung models start from £42,040 ($54,510/€48,173) for the Q3 and go all the way up to at least £83,040 ($107,671/€95,154) for the Q8.
Added gear includes Matrix LED headlights and 20-, 21- or 22-inch alloy wheels in matte grey or matte titanium. Moreover, the A5, A7 and Q5 get adaptive comfort suspension with damper control, whereas the Q7 and Q8 adopt the adaptive air suspension from the S Line models.
A wide range of driving assistance features, as well as electrically-operated boot lids and panoramic sunroofs or, depending on the model, Bose or Bang & Olufsen sound system, extended leather pack, Alcantara headlining, power door closure and rear heated seats are also offered.