Aside from some small convertible-only bits, the A5 and S5 Cabriolets are exactly the same as their new-for-2017 coupe variants.
Four and a half months after the debut of the 2017 A5 and S5 coupes, we have the debut of the 2018 A5 and S5 convertibles.
Audi will launch its latest drop-tops as 2017 models, but they won't arrive in the US until the 2018 model year.
The new convertible top has one-touch functionality. It can raise in 18 seconds and drop in 15 at speeds up to 31.1 mph.
The A5 Cabriolet will come to the US with a 252-horsepower four-cylinder engine.
The S5 Cabriolet packs a bit more power. 354 horsepower comes forth from a 3.0-liter V6.
All-wheel drive and an automatic transmission are both standard.
The interior is largely the same as the coupe, except for the addition of seat belt microphones for top-down Bluetooth calls.
You can load the car up with a number of safety systems, including autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane-keep assist.
The Audi A5 and S5 Cabriolets hit dealerships in Germany in March 2017.
Their US debuts are still TBD, as is US pricing.
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