2023 Audi S5 Sportback Release Date
2023 Audi S5 Sportback Release Date – Audi will release the updated Audi S5 Sportback2023 in the United States for the 2023 model year. Pricing information will be published in the weeks leading up to its sale date. While the Sportback has been a huge success, and it sounds like the coupe will survive, sun-watcher are waiting for the less fortunate convertible.
2023 Audi S5 Sportback Exterior
Upfront, the Audi RS5 Sportback 2023 is designed with an updated grille with a black honeycomb design. A smart blast from the past, the rows of air vents implied just above the grill hark back to the classic Audi Quattro. Below, the lower ventilation of the HOSPITAL looks more prominent. The main attraction of the front face is the new headlight design. Led Matrix headlights are standard, but buyers can choose a darkened LED Matrix with Audi laser beam technology.
On the back of the vehicle, the 2023 Audi S5 Sportback carries a revised bumper design showing a sultry and large double exhaust. A selection of new 20-inch wheels is available, including one made of bronze. Go inside, and you’ll find a honeycomb pattern from the grill repeated in the sport rs seat. Alcantara and leather provide a luxurious interior, with Nappa leather available as an option. Models receive a new 10.1-inch central touchscreen based on Audi’s latest infotainment platform. No more buttons in the center console that control the infotainment system. Audi’s 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster is a cherry on top of this technology-filled interior cake.
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2023 Audi S5 Sportback Interior
We expect the Interior of the New Audi S5 Sportback 2023 to feature high-quality materials, the best suitability, and finish, and an ergonomically friendly design. Although the roofline is low, Sportback is quite spacious. Those looking for more interior space would be better served by the less swoopy but mechanically identical Audi S4, which includes nearly 0.5 inches more legroom for rear-seat passengers. Each Audi S5 Sportback 2023 features luxuries such as a front seat with heating and massage functions, three-zone temperature control, sunroof, and passive entry with a start button.
2023 Audi S5 Sportback Features
The new 2023 Audi S5 Sportback gets more features as standard in various trims and packages for the 2023 model year. All S5 trims get an Audi smartphone interface with wireless Apple CarPlay, lane departure alerts, and integrated toll road payment transmission features as standard equipment. Heated steering wheels and front and rear parking sensors are now included with the Comfort Pack, which has combined keyless ignition, blind-spot monitoring, and heated side mirrors. Premium Plus trim levels add adaptive cruise control with the help of lane guards and top display cameras as standard for 2023. The top-level Prestige trim gets a standard heated rear seat for the 2023 model year.
2023 Audi S5 Sportback Engine
The 2023 Audi S5 Sportback is equipped with an awesome eight-speed automatic transmission, but the preference for second-gear starts when in Comfort mode exacerbates the engine’s initial turbo lag and makes the S5 sleepy. Tap the Drive Select switch from Comfort mode and into Dynamic or Auto mode, however, and the S5 Sportback comes to life, vigorously leaving a line in first gear. So does the transmission that reluctantly degrades comfort mode. Again, swapping to Dynamic or Automatic mostly fixes this problem.
Our test cars are equipped with optional 19-inch performance tires and S Sport packages, which include torque vector rear differentials and adaptive dampers. These parts together provide the 2023 Audi S5 Sportback with a sturdy yet forgiving ride and plenty of grips when staring.
2023 Audi S5 Sportback Infotainment
The new 2023 Audi S5 Sportback comes standard with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, which replaces the 8.3-inch center screen. The new system is still available with built-in navigation and wireless device charging, but no longer includes a rotary controller in the center console that is more intuitive than touch input. Features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, voice control, and Bluetooth phone and audio are standard.