The A4 Allroad has gotten a hearty update for 2020 as part of a mid-cycle refresh. The entire A4 line has been updated in fact, with all models getting a significantly updated exterior. The Allroad wagon should see new headlights, taillights, and bumpers.
The Allroad is designed to be more rugged and trail-ready than its standard Avant (wagon) counterpart. As such it sits 1.4 inches higher and has chunkier underbody bits and wheel arch trim. The wheels are larger as well.
Beyond appearances, the A4 Allroad is expected to get a new version of Audi’s infotainment system and a revised interior. We only have details on Euro-spec models at the moment, but we expect to see some variation of the A4’s current turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine. European models will get mild hybrid technology, but there has been no word on a US release as of yet.
The Allroad doesn’t have many direct competitors, but shoppers might also like the Volvo V60 Cross Country and BMW 3 Series xDrive wagons. We don’t have pricing or release date details for the new A4 Allroad, but pricing started at $45,700 for 2019 models.