This follows the release of a preliminary top-of-the-range Black edition Audi A3 crossover. Due to its popularity, Audi have taken the decision to roll the exclusive trim out to other examples of its range.
From the new Black Edition range, the A3 weighs in as the most affordable at a modest £26,565, for the three-door hatchback. The five-door Sportback and saloon editions of the A3, including the performance-enhanced S3 counterparts, can also be purchased in the Black Edition trim. The S3 Black Edition prices begin at £33,880.
Marking a step up from the S-Line trim, the Black Edition A3’s feature matte titanium 18-inch alloy wheels, black details for the grille and door mirrors and darkened privacy glass. A ten speaker sound system has also been incorporated. The S3 Black Edition includes new 19-inch alloy wheels, plus a Bang & Olufsen sound system.
The Audi TT coupe and roadster Black Editions are also available, starting from £31,735 for the coupe; the faster TTS is available in the same trim from £41,285. Add-ons include 19-inch five-spoke Blade alloy wheels, a Bang & Olufsen sound system and an extra powered wind deflector for the TT and TTS Roadster.
Audi’s S6 saloon and S6 Avant are also to be given the treatment, with the former starting at £59,440. Extras includes 20-inch five twin spoke alloy wheels, piano black inlays, a BOSE sound system and a flat-bottomed multi-function steering wheel.
Lastly, there’s the S7 Sportback Black Edition, which starts at £66,780 and includes the same interior updates as the S6, but the wheels are upgraded to a 21-inch five-arm Rotor design.
The previously introduced Audi Q3 Black Edition is still available from £34,550.