The Audi A5 cabriolet comes in the usual three Audi trim packages: Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige. The Premium trim includes 18" wheels, a fully adjustable power driver's seat, Audi's basic sound system, and a leather wrapped steering wheel. The Premium Plus boasts an auto-dimming mirror, Bluetooth, iPod integration, heated front seats, and an integrated garage door opener. The Prestige level includes all of that, plus navigation and keyless entry and start. The guise and feel of the 2.0 engine ribboned with the 8-speed Tiptronic is simply fantastic, with virtually no wobbly experience. For a much more astounding ride and inspired handling, you will have to fork out an extra $18000 to get in the cockpit of the S5 cabriolet. The Audi A5 is considered the Kate Winslet of the convertible poseurs' market, definitely attractive but comes across as an A4.
The interior does boast of a few quirky touches to include shoulder-level seat belt mounts, plastic door pull. Optional extras include an acoustic parking sensors, wood inlays, climate controlled seats, a Bang & Olufsen stereo, sport suspension, and all wheel drive. Color selection is average, with Audi's typical gray scale of paint colors, punctuated by red, blue and brown. The interior is drastically limited to simply brown and black, though buyers can elect for alcantara inserts or a premium brown interior. Furthermore, Audi claims the roof lining enhances insulation, but to the average enthusiast does look disorientating and cheap.