Audi 4000 1980 Design Interior Exterior

The 4000 was presented at first in the U.S. as a 1980 model to supplant the maturing Audi Fox. The starting offering was a 1.6L 4-chamber with 4-speed manual transmission, both in two and four entryway renditions. A two-entryway, 5-chamber model was later offered, with a 5-speed (Designated as the 4000 5+5).

In 1981 the relocation of the 4-barrel was expanded to 1.7L, and a 5-speed maunal transmission was made standard. The 5-speed models regularly convey the 4+E identification that means 4 ordinary rates in addition to an economy gear. This was a wide proportion 5-speed box. A 5-barrel model with programmed transmission was additionally included. The Audi Coupe was additionally presented in 1981 with a 5-cylinder.

In 1982 they included the “S” assignment, and dropped the 5-chamber models, I don’t know of a justifiable reason purpose behind the extra “S”, aside from that maybe Audi needed to assign the extra standard components in the more up to date models. A diesel and turbo-diesel model was accessible in 1982 and 1983, yet turned out to be disagreeable.

In 1984 the 4-chamber dislodging was expanded again to 1.8L (the GTI motor). Additionally, the 4000S quattro (with all wheel drive and a 5-chamber motor) was likewise included. In 1985 every one of the 4000/Coupe models got broad styling changes in the front grille, lights, guards, trunk, and inside. The 1.8L motor had much higher pressure proportions, furthermore got the thump detecting ignition framework. A nearby proportion 5-speed transmission was standard. In 1986 the 4000CS was an extraordinary model to celebrate the 100th commemoration of the car, with extra standard elements. The 4000S quattro was likewise re-named 4000CS quattro. The 1987 model year was the remainder of the 4000s preceding the 80/90 arrangement assumed control.

Length: 4488 mm / 176.7 in
Width: 1682 mm / 66.2 in
Wheelbase: 2527 mm / 99.5 in
Fuel capacity: 60 liter / 15.9 U.S. gal / 13.2 imp. gal
Cd estimated by a-c: 0.4
Curb weight (without a driver): 968 kg / 2134 lbs
Engine manufacturer: Volkswagen Group
Engine type: spark-ignition 4-stroke
Fuel type: petrol (gasoline)
Fuel system: indirect injection
Charge system: naturally aspirated
Valves per cylinder: 2
Additional features: Bosch K-Jetronic
Emission control: 3-way cat, Lambda-Sensor
Cylinders alignment: Line 4
Displacement: 1588 cm3 / 97 cui
Horsepower net: 56.5 kW / 77 PS / 76 hp (SAE net)
Torque net: 113 Nm / 83 ft-lb
Car power to weight ratio net: 58.4 watt/kg / 26.5 watt/lb
Car weight to power ratio net: 17.1 kg/kW / 12.6 kg/PS / 28.1 lbs/hp

Audi 4000 1980 Design Interior Exterior

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