Audi Allroad Quattro Parts and Audi Allroad Quattro Accessories
Interesting Facts about the Audi Allroad Quattro
- The Audi Allroad Quattro is now being used by Audi to signify semi-off-road capability on two of its models. At the beginning, however, it used to only just one. In 1999, the Audi A6 Avant got the Allroad Quattro name from Audi, and it became the first model to bear the nameplate. In 2009, Audi offered another addition to the Allroad Quattro line-up, the Audi A4 Allroad Quattro based on the Audi A4 Avant.
- The four wheel drive system that the Allroad Quattro uses is a Torsen-based limited-slip differential. Vernon Gleasman invented it. Torsen means Torque-Sensing because it apportions appropriate torque distribution to each of the axles. This makes the car handle better because it reduces wheel spin and increases traction.
- When it was first introduced in 1999, the difference between the Audi Allroad Quattro and the regular A6 is definitive. The allroad featured an advanced air suspension system that allows increased ground clearance and larger wheels with all-terrain tires.
- It's easy to spot the Allroad Quattro and the ordinary A6 by just looking at the bumpers. The Allroad Quattro has flared and unpainted bumpers. It was given a distinct appearance so that it could offer more overall flexibility on any kind of terrain.
- So far, the Audi Allroad Quattro is the only car-based SUV that can take and has proven itself in the challenging Land Rover test-course.
- The air suspension in the Audi Allroad Quattro is so advanced that it can lift or lower its ground clearance at a touch of the button. Because of this, it can traverse through off-road set-ups in no time. Afterwards, it could turn to a lower, stiffer, and sportier machine.
- The price of this vehicle varied from market to market in Europe when it comes to comparing its tag with the much larger Audi Q7. This is because The Audi Allroad Quattro employs an adaptive air suspension. However, this called also be equipped in the Q7 as an expensive upgrade.
- The Allroad Quattro in the Audi A4 was unveiled in the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. It featured a wider track, increased ground clearance, distinctive radiator grille, and stainless steel underbody guard and roof rails.