Three trims are available in the A5 Coupe lineup and include Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige models. All have the same engine, which is a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four with outputs of 261 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque. All models are quattro all-wheel drive, and a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission does duty.
From the base model, loads of features are included as standard. Models ride on 18-inch wheels and a panoramic sunroof, dual chrome exhaust tips, and S line sills are added. The exterior mirrors are heated and power-adjustable, and inside, three-zone climate control keeps things temperate. Cruise control, lane departure assist, and a seven-inch driver information display is standard. Upgrades, as you move through the trims, include Audi's virtual cockpit with 12.3-inch driver cluster, parking assist, a 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, a head-up display, and navigation.
The base Premium can be upgraded with the $2,500 Convenience Package. It adds features like adaptive cruise control, driver's memory seat function, SiriusXM, advanced keyless start/stop, a heated steering wheel, front and rear parking sensors, and rear cross-traffic alert. That's it for the extras on this derivative.
The mid-range Premium Plus offers a lot more choice and includes the Convenience Package as standard. Here, you can get the Navigation Package for $1,500 or the Black Optic Plus Package for $2,350. The latter adds 19-inch wheels with all-season tires, blacked-out exterior trim and badging, a black rear lip spoiler, dark chrome exhaust tips, and red brake calipers. Another nice option is the S line Interior Package at $500, adding brushed aluminum inlays, leather/Dinamica upholstery, and stainless steel pedal caps.
The Prestige offers all these extras besides navigation, which it already has. The top two trims can each be specified with ventilated front seats for $800, although this feature can't be specified if you also want the S line interior package.