Audi A4 Cabrio coupe is June tuning project by Sport Wheels. Sport Wheels, the German aftermarket developer just released a modification kit for the Audi A4 Cabrio coupe, a vehicle which has been M.I.A – missing in action – on the market since 2008.
The Sport Wheels played with the 2.0-liter TFSI unit on the Audi A4 Cabrio coupe (this engine is borrowed from the VW Golf GTI MK V), which delivers 200 hp and 280 Nm of torque when it leaves the factory. The unit has received a new exhaust system that comes with four stainless steel pipes, each measuring 83 mm in diameter, as well as an ECU remap.
Wondering the result of the tech play on the Audi A4 Cabrio coupe? The powerplant on the Audi A4 Cabrio coupe now delivers 250 hp and a peak torque of 372 Nm. So, this is not the most extreme 2.0 TFSI kit on the market, but it still manages to bring a respectable output increase. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t offered the new performance specs.
The Audi A4 Cabrio coupe should be able handle the extra power and torque just fine, as the tuner has also tweaked its connection to the road. Sport Wheels turned to KW, installing the Variant 3 suspension.
Audi A4 Cabrio coupe by Sport Wheels got a set of Eta Beta Tettsut X-ceramic alloy wheels that come in a 20-inch size, use a five-spoke design and are wrapped in Dunlop Sport Maxx GT rubber. The tires use a 245/30 size, offering a high level of grip for Audi A4 Cabrio coupe.