Same pace, more grace
Adding an extra dose of power and handling ability to an Audi A5 results in the S5, an accomplished sports coupe by any measure. But because Audi engineers always strive for more, for 2013 they've included a new engine, steering system, and center differential for greater agility and fuel efficiency.** They've also expanded the roster of available technology, while Audi designers have refined the car's iconic shape.
Touching up a masterpiece
From every angle, the body of the S5 stands apart with its wide stance and muscular lines. For 2013, the S5 gets additional styling flourishes by way of fresh color choices, revised wheels, and new headlights and taillights with LED technology.
Satisfying the eyes and the mind
Like Audi interiors in general, the cabin of the S5 has long served as a showcase for blending technology and graceful design. Revisions for 2013 bring enhancements to both areas, adding a new flat-bottom multifunction steering wheel, an available Audi MMI® Navigation plus system, and even more premium decorative inlays than before.
Fast and fun throughout all four seasons
While the S5 Coupe can cruise down a boulevard with unparalleled style, that's the least of its talents. New for 2013 is a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 whose 333 horsepower ensures you'll get to your destination quickly. A six-speed manual transmission raises the thrills further by granting more involvement in the process. Or there's the quick-shifting S tronic®, paired with a crown-gear center differential, which can work its two clutches and seven speeds for you. Best of all, quattro® all-wheel drive means the dynamic greatness of the S5 can be enjoyed year-round.
Peace of mind to go with the performance
When it comes to passenger protection on the S5, Audi left no stone unturned. Six airbags* keep occupants protected from the front and sides, while Electronic Stability Control helps secure your trajectory at all times. In the event of a collision, intelligent sensors automatically unlock the doors, switch on interior and hazard lights, and cut off fuel flow to the engine.**