Here the full list of new 2011 car
Audi A3 Auto manufacturer makes insignificant modifications to luxury hatchback for this year. Audi keep on offering this car with a couple of four-cylinder engines — the gasoline-fueled 2.0T and the diesel 2.0 TDI. This year a couple new wheel designs will be seen, along with chrome accents on the exterior door handles and in the cabin. Aruba Blue paint is discontinued in favor of Scuba Blue and Deep Sea Blue.
Audi A4 The main change on the 2011 Audi A4 sedan and wagon is that the ZF-developed eight-speed automatic transmission replaces last year's six-speed automatic on all-wheel-drive models. A six-speed manual still obtainable on AWD sedans and that the base front-drive sedan still uses a continuously variable transmission (CVT). A new Titanium Sport package builds upon the A4's conventional Sport package with a black grille surround, a black headliner, piano black interior accents and an alternate 19-inch wheel design. The Premium Plus package now includes an auto-dimming mirror, while the Prestige package picks up a back-up camera and rear sonar. The navigation package now comes with HD radio.
Audi A5 An eight-speed automatic transmission replaces the six-speed automatic on A5 coupes and cabriolets. A new Titanium Sport package builds upon the conventional Sport package with a black grille surround, a black headliner, piano black interior accents and an alternate 19-inch wheel design. There's a new wheel design for the Premium Plus package plus an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Cars with the Prestige package get a parking camera and rear sonar; a rear sunshade is available on the coupe. The Navigation package picks up HD radio, and Nutmeg Laurel replaces last year's birch wood accents if you choose a beige interior.
Audi A6 German automaker is offering its newest hard-drive-based navigation system as standard equipment. Also standard is the sporty S line exterior treatment. Six-cylinder models with the Premium Plus package get rear sonar as standard, while Prestige-package cars and all V8-equipped A6s get a standard back-up camera. And if you choose the black or Amaretto interior decor, your A6 will have a black headliner.
Audi A8 Audi's all-aluminum flagship is redesigned for 2011. Regular and long-wheelbase are with 372-horsepower direct-injected 4.2-liter V8 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission driving all four wheels through a Quattro all-wheel-drive system. In late spring 2011, Audi will launch its 500-hp, direct-injected 6.3-liter W12 engine as an option for the A8 L. The major highlight of the A8's long list of new technology is a new hard-drive-based version of the Multi Media Interface navigation system. It features an MMI Touch feature that allows you to "hand-write" letters and numbers on a special touchpad. Thanks to the A8's WiFi capability, the navigate system can also download Google Earth images (provided you purchase a data plan for the car).
Audi Q5 Audi expands the Q5 range by adding an entry-level four-cylinder model with a mid-$30Ks price tag. The Q5 2.0T comes with a 211-hp version of the automaker's turbocharged and direct-injected 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission and standard AWD. Six-cylinder Q5 3.2 models still use a six-speed automatic, but now features the S line exterior enhancements and 19-inch wheels as standard. The available navigation system now incorporates HD radio, while Audi, realizing that no one listens to CDs anymore, has deleted the optional CD changer. Teak Brown is a new paint option.
Audi Q7 Audi has renovated the drivetrain options on the 2011 Q7. Gone are thirsty 3.6-liter V6 and 4.2-liter V8 engines. In their place, you can have either a 272-hp version of Audi's supercharged 3.0 TFSI V6 (Q7 3.0T Premium) or a 295-hp version of that engine (Q7 3.0T S line Prestige). In between those two, there's the carry-over diesel model, the Q7 3.0 TDI, with just 225 hp but 406 pound-feet of torque. All versions of the Q7 come with an eight-speed automatic transmission for 2011, and all trip computers have a driver-coaching display to help you eke every last mpg out of this pudgy SUV. New standard equipment on the TDI model includes adaptive headlights, ventilated seats, a panoramic sunroof and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel.
Audi R8 This is the year of the R8 Spyder. The 525-hp 5.2 FSI V10 version of the midengine convertible has gone on sale in late 2010. The drop top is a hair slower than the R8 coupe, but notably, it put up identical handling numbers during our instrumented testing.
Audi S4 An auto-dimming rearview mirror is now standard equipment on the S4. A back-up camera and rear sonar have been added to the Prestige package. A new 19-inch wheel design is available via the Titanium package, and the navigation package now includes HD radio.
Audi S5 Another year goes by and the S5 coupe still gets to keep its sweet-sounding 354-hp 4.2-liter V8 engine. The S5 cabriolet has Audi's powerful but not quite so personable supercharged 3.0 TFSI V6 making 333 hp. New standard equipment includes an auto-dimming rearview mirror. A back-up camera and rear sonar have been added to the Prestige package, and there's a new 19-inch wheel design as part of the Titanium Sport package. The navigation package now includes HD radio.
Audi S6 A6 family line is getting a redesign for the 2012 model year. Changes are smallest for 2011. Audi has installed its third-generation hard-drive-based navigation system in the 2011 S6, along with a back-up camera and rear sonar. Black and Amaretto interiors now come with a coordinating black headliner.
Audi TT A midscale refresh brings an upgraded engine to the 2011 TT coupe and convertible. The latest version of Audi's 2.0 TFSI engine is rated at 208 hp and an impressive 258 lb-ft of torque (up from 200 hp and 207 lb-ft), thanks to new variable-lift exhaust valves. Exterior changes include a new grille, larger air intakes, LED running lights, chrome-ringed foglights and new xenon headlights (with an optional adaptive cornering function). In back there are revised taillights, larger exhaust tips and an enlarged black diffuser. When speed passes 74 mph, a modest spoiler deploys from the rear deck to provide additional downforce. Both the coupe and roadster are 0.8 inch longer for 2011, but dimensions otherwise are unchanged. New standard equipment includes 19-inch wheels with summer tires, "silk napa" leather upholstery and a sport button that allows you to fine-tune the steering weight and exhaust note. Dakota Gray, Oolong Gray, Scuba Blue and Volcano Red are new paint choices; you can get a pearl-finish version of Dakota Gray with the S line package.