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The RS 4 Cabriolet has numerous features to distinguish it from the standard model. Most notably, the Cabriolet and Avant have been subjected to a rigorous regime of weight reduction measures to make sure that they are equally sporty.
The 420 bhp V8 engine transforms the open-top RS 4 into a veritable sports car that is also ideal for relaxed cruising. Visually, the Cabriolet is recognizable at first glance as a member of the RS 4 family. The rhombus-pattern single-frame grille, the additional air outlets and the new RS 4 wheels lend the open-top four-seater a highly dynamic flavor.
Extensive use of carbon fiber and aluminum for interior trim provide a sporting touch, which the 'engine start' button further enhances. Inside, the seats are the main feature distinguishing the RS 4 Cabriolet from the Avant and saloon. The Cabriolet is equipped with leather-upholstered sports seats, which provide very good support but also take the higher comfort requirements of Cabriolet drivers into account. RS bucket seats are available as an option.
The electro-hydraulic hood of the RS 4 Cabriolet can be opened entirely automatically in 21 seconds. The roof can be operated at up to speeds of 20 mph. This makes it possible to open or close the roof when out and about in town, for instance, or before parking the car. The glass rear window is heated. This guarantees a clear view to the rear in all weather. New fabrics of a higher material density and an additional cushioned mat around the C-post keep the noise level inside the car with the hood almost on a par with the saloon. As with the saloon and Avant, the ride height of the Cabriolet has been lowered by 30 millimeters compared with the A4 Cabriolet. This emphasizes the car's sporty appearance.
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