New for 2020, Audi vehicles will come with more standard safety equipment and streamlined trim options.

Audi has pulled out all the stops for the new decade. No longer will buyers have the option to purchase or lease "Titanium" trim vehicles, but rather will have the option to choose from Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige. Of course, that's not all. Check out the latest head-turning updates to Audi's fleet: 

2020 A3 & S3

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- The cabriolet is discontinued 
- The interior storage package, Bang & Olufsen stereo system, and high-beam assist technology is now standard in Premium Plus trim
- Now available in Quantum Gray
- The S-line will replace the sedan quattro

2020 A4 & S4 

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- Now with updated MMI-touch infotainment system 
- LED taillights and headlights are now standard
- Facelift with a wider, flatter grille

2020 A6 & RS6 

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- RS6 Avant performance wagon is coming to the USA
- Allroad sport wagon now available 
- Lane departure, high-beam assist, and power-folding mirrors now standard

2020 A7 & S7


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- Lane departure, high-beam assist, and power-folding mirrors now standard on five-seat, four-door coupe
- Premium Plus now comes standard with Audi's virtual cockpit and a heated steering wheel

2020 A8

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- Audi's virtual cockpit, lane departure warning, high-beam assist are now standard
- Available all-wheel steering

2020 Q5

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- Restyled wheels 
- High-beam assist are now standard

2020 Q7

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- Small updates to the front fascia
- New apps/functions in MMI-touch response systems
- Dual-screen in the center stack 

2020 Q8

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- High-beam assist, lane-departure, and added features to Audi's virtual cockpit
- S-line and S-line Plus packages available

2020 R8

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- Updated front and rear fascia
- V-10 now produces 562 horsepower and 602 horsepower in performance trim
- Performance model gets titanium-finished 20-inch wheels

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