Audi has announced its new $35,000 “audiophile car” system.
That means the A4, the company’s new compact sedan, will now cost $35K instead of $30.
The A4 will start selling in late March in the U.S.
The A4’s specs include an 8.5-inch display, a 2.3-GHz dual-core Snapdragon 810 processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and an 11-megapixel camera.
A standard five-cylinder engine will make an appearance, but it will be a turbocharged, all-wheel drive model.
The system will come with a range of equipment including a 12-volt power adapter, a Bluetooth head unit, an audio system, Bluetooth headphones, a range extender and a six-foot-long speaker system.
The “audiophile” in the name refers to the “audiocar” category of audiophile cars that feature large speakers, high-resolution screens and other features.
Audi’s cars have been around for a while, but the A2 was the first to offer such a system.
It’s been discontinued for now, but you can still buy a pair at Audi dealerships.
The company also has an A4 with a 4.0-liter, turbocharged engine that starts at $33,000 and the A3 with a 2-liter turbocharged inline four that starts from $28,500.
Audi has said the A5 and A6 are also on the way, but they’re not listed yet.
The car will cost $45,000 in the United States.