Audi's A3 Cabriolet is a motoring experience like no other. The convertible roof opens the luxury cabin up to the road, letting you hear and feel every exciting mile behind the wheel. The German automaker has developed a well-deserved reputation for advanced technology, and the A3 drop-top is the perfect embodiment of this.Contact the experts at Drift Bridge Audi in Walton and Epsom to enquire and arrange a test drive.
Sophisticated design is a major draw to the A3 Cabriolet, the exterior attracting admirers with its sleek profile and sports detailing. The vehicle has classic convertible proportions, enhanced by Audi's distinctive styling signature. The large trapezium-shaped front grille features a chrome surround, flanked on either side by halogen headlamps with daytime running lights. Spoke alloy wheels are a standard edition, while aluminium trims the side windows.
Convenience Entry enables easy access to the rear bench seat, and front and rear seats gain durable cloth upholstery. The four-spoke multifunction steering wheel is trimmed in a luxurious leather, joined by metallic silver inlays and velour floor mats which match the interior colour choice. The cabin has been designed with the driver in mind, maximising functionality through easy access to key dials and switches.
The entry level A3 Cabriolet receives a 1.4-litre TFSI or 2.0-litre TDI that couples with six-speed manual transmission. As you climb the range, further powertrains are available with power fed through seven-speed S tronic transmission. Standard audio and equipment levels are generous, featuring 5.8-inch colour display, Audi Music Interface (AMI) with iPod® connectivity, Bluetooth® interface and Driver's Information System (DIS). Cutting-edge voice control is also enabled for key telephone and radio functions.
The many safety systems fitted by Audi don't just protect you and your passengers, but all road-users. Active Bonnet reduces the severity of a collision with pedestrians, while Active Roll-over deploys should the vehicle begin to tip. Electronic Differential Lock (EDL) provides maximum grip on slippery surfaces, supported by Electronic Stabilisation Control (ESC) to keep the convertible balanced in hazardous situations. In the event of a collision, multiple airbags limit the impact, and the front passenger bag can be switched off should a child seat be fitted.