Audi is renowned for classy, minimalist interiors that are both exquisitely finished and super-intuitive. The A5 doesn’t disappoint, bettering its rivals from BMW and Mercedes with a simple, user-friendly dashboard layout and upmarket materials everywhere you look.
Audi’s MMI infotainment system comes as standard and features a clear 7.0in display mounted centrally on the dashboard. It's controlled via a rotary dial positioned between the front seats that you twist to scroll through the on-screen menus and press to make a selection. There are also some handy shortcut keys to take you straight to specific functions.
Sat-nav comes as standard on all trims, but the digital Virtual Cockpit – a 12.3in screen that takes the place of standard analogue instrument dials – costs extra.
Meanwhile, the driving position is tough to fault, with plenty of seat and steering wheel adjustment and a comfortable sports seat that provides plenty of upper-back support, including four-way electric adjustable lumbar support.
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