Audi A5 S line Competition on sale from $83,300

April 7, 2014

Following the introduction of the A1 and TT S line Competition models, Audi Australia is announcing an A5 Coupe version. It comes equipped with a number of highlights to give it a unique sporty character.

2014 Audi A5 S line Competition

Based on the entry-level 2.0 TFSI, the S line Competition is a strict limited edition model with just 50 examples hitting the local market. Each come with a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 165kW and 350Nm.

Out on the road the turbo unit provides 0-100km/h acceleration in a dashing 6.4 seconds, while economy remains impressive with an average consumption figure of 6.7L/100km.

In terms of special features, the S line comes with the full S line sports trimming with discreet front and rear spoilers, sports suspension for enhanced handling, 20-inch double-spoke titanium finish alloy wheels, and a neat diffuser setup at the back.

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There’s also tinted windows, piano gloss black trimmings such as the side mirrors and areas of the interior, aluminium-look pedals, and the full suite of luxury features as fitted to the 2.0 TFSI model grade.

Standard stuff includes Audi’s MMI multimedia interface with sat-nav and a 20GB hard drive, parking assist with camera, three-zone climate control, and xenon headlights.

It’s all available in five different colours – Ibis White, Glacier White, Daytona Grey, Misano Red, and Sepang Blue – and in manual and dual-clutch auto form with quattro all-wheel drive.

Prices are as follows (excluding on-road costs):

Audi A5 Coupe S line Competition manual – $83,300
Audi A5 Coupe S line Competition S tronic auto – $85,200

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.