Senner Gives Audi S5 Cabrio 435 HP


Summer’s here so it’s time to get out your highly modified drop-top.

Having treated the Audi S5 Coupe to an additional 100 horses, it was time German aftermarket firm Senner Tuning paid some attention to its convertible counterpart. Starting with the aesthetics, the tuning house has added some black touches to contrast with the glacier white metallic body color. The radiator grille, gog lamp covers, Audi rings, rear apron insert and “supercharged” mudguard emblems all receive the blacked-out treatment, while the 20-inch Work VS-XX alloys have also been finished in matte black complete with anodized external beds.

Work was then done to the 3.0-liter supercharged V6, boosting output to 435 hp and 370 pound-feet of torque. Coupled with a bump in power is an improved acoustic sound that comes via a new valve-controlled quad exhaust, while an adjustable Bilstein suspension helps the cabrio run smooth at high speeds. Minor interior upgrades include gloss-black speedometer and RS5 sport pedals.

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