While the new A5 looks familiar at first glance, a closer look reveals much has changed.
Like Audi's range-topping R8, the A5's new styling language includes much sharper body creases and more angular lines.
The A5's rear end features LED tail lamps that incorporate turn signals that have a dynamic outward swipe motion.
The A5's rear three-quarter view is perhaps its most familiar.
Note the A5's low dashboard and airy greenhouse.
Seats are comfortable and supportive, and cabin materials are beyond reproach.
Audi promises 20 percent improved efficiency, but official fuel economy estimates from the US EPA are not yet available.
This A5 features optional S-Line sports trim, called out on this bodyside detail.
Xenon headlamps are standard, and cornering LED units are available.