Audi’s updated S4 sports sedan continues to make life and speed easy—maybe too easy.
The updated 2020 Audi S4 is hot. It may not be hot like the eye-poppingly gorgeous Alfa Romeo Giulia, but hot in a subtle, slow-burning way that isn’t obvious at first. The more time you spend with the latest S4, however, the more you notice its design elegance, the more you pick up on its eager—but not too eager—personality. Some performance car lovers might say that a sports sedan should announce itself. Audi has the S5 Sportback for those attention seekers. The S4 sizzles under the radar.
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