Japan gets gussied-up Audi A4 DTM Limited in March
In Japan, limited editions are a big deal. Buyers cherish the exclusivity, and the lower the number of copies, the more attractive the cars are to their target audience. We've seen them from the likes of Mercedes, Ford, and Ferrrari, and today we get news of Audi getting into the act. The German automaker will be offering a limited edition of its A4 2.0T sedan dubbed the A4 DTM Limited, named for the German race series, of course. 150 DTM Limiteds will be put on sale -- 50 in Avus Silver Pearl, 50 in Phantom Black Pearl and 50 in Sprint Blue Pearl. From the looks of it, all the cars will be LHD, too, which only adds to the level of exclusivity.
Appearance-wise, the cars will get DTM badges, a lower front fascia that's not-quite-RS4 but cool nonetheless, a carbon fiber lip spoiler, black rearview mirrors, quattro (naturally), and 16-spoke 18" wheels. The cars go on sale March 1 and will cost ¥5,240,000, which includes the cost of the DTM Limited package. Expect all 150 to sell out.
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