News of June 20, 2001
Audi A2 – 2002 model year: More colour in the interior
Ingolstadt, Germany - An extended equipment specification, an upgraded interior and numerous new colours are the characteristic features of the new model year of the Audi A2.
This compact five-door model now has even more attractive attributes as standard. Aluminium trim elements add eye-catching highlights in the interior. Rear passengers in both 1.4-litre versions can sit back and relax on either removable individual seats or a three-seater rear bench, which can likewise be folded down and removed. Both are offered at no extra charge. And all A2 models now come with a removable interior luggage compartment lid.
Besides the new sporty colour Black, the extended list of equipment and trim now introduces more colour into the interior: the upholstery, armrests in the doors, gear lever and leather steering wheel can now be ordered in Blue, Yellow or Red.
Audi A2 Interior
These new colours enable an individually tailored ambience to be created, especially if the customer opts for leather as the upholstery material. At the same time another extremely exclusive material can now also be ordered: the sports seats can be upholstered in leather/Alcantara.
Customers can now also choose from six new exterior colours for the A2, including two metallic and two pearl effect paints. However, the new features for the A2 will appeal not only to the eye: the new generation of radios with even better sound quality will be music to passengers’ ears.
The three systems available are noted for their optimised controls. And the driver’s and front passenger’s backs will benefit from the optional electrically adjustable lumbar support.
The new Style Package Plus will be a particularly interesting option for anyone wishing to plumb the depths of the A2 suspension, which has been much praised by the press. Alongside numerous comfort components, this package also includes exclusive 17-inch cast aluminium wheels with wide tyres of size 205/40 ZR 17 in conjunction with sports suspension.
(June 13, 2001)