Swedish Autoblog readers, have you been driving your Audi A4 Avant wagons and thought, 'You know, I really wish my car looked more like a camouflaged World War II battleship?' Well, great news for you, as skier and Audi enthusiast Jon Olsson has teamed up with the German brand's Swedish outfit to offer this new limited-edition A4 Avant.

Finished in a camo patterned after Olsson's own RS6 Avant (which you can view in the video below) and slope-ready Lamborghini Gallardo, the Jon Olsson Camo Edition will cost fans of Smörgåsbord 399,900 Swedish Krona ($62,071 at today's rates). For that sum, you'll get the aforementioned A4 Avant wrapped in the Olsson-designed camo, as well as sport seats, a roof box, Xenon headlights, black 19-inch wheels shod in winter rubber, a sport suspension and Audi's S-Line exterior treatment. The Camo Edition will only be available with the 2.0-liter TDI engine and Quattro all-wheel drive.

There will only be 50 examples made, so we'd strongly recommend interested parties get down to their local Swedish Audi dealer. And if you want to see what the Camo Edition looks like in motion, scroll down for the video of Olsson's Audi RS6 Avant, finished in a similar pattern, running around Switzerland. We've also included the translated press release from Audi of Sweden. Have a look.
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Audi A4 Avant quattro
Jon Olsson Camo Edition

When one of the world's top freeride skiers on ski design their car just have the best and his own kamourflagemönster.

Jon Olsson Camo Edition includes the following

• Cruise control • Trip computer • multifunction sports steering wheel • Radio Concert • Audi sound system • Bluetooth • Sport seats • Xenon plus
Another advantage is the low energy consumption.
xenon plus
• Alloy wheel 18'' • S Line exterior package • Aluminium wheel tires 19'' • Roofbox • Load frames • Stripe • Hitch • Sports suspension

A4 Avant 2.0 TDi
177 hp quattro Jon Olsson Camo Edition from 399,900 SEK

Available only in 50 copies.

Jon Olsson Camo Edition applies only to these 50 specimens. Welcome to your Audi dealer for all the details. We reserve the right to make any changes and modifications. Offer and prices quoted apply at Audi Dealers in Sweden. Each distributor is independently responsible for their own pricing.


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      AutoVido
      • 10 Months Ago
      Why isn't the car in the picture? Just a cool painted wall and a guy on a ladder. I'm missing something...
        EXP Jawa
        • 10 Months Ago
        @AutoVido
        I admit that I totally missed that the car had a roof box on it until I read the article...
      ChrisH
      • 10 Months Ago
      so basically a take on WW2 razzle dazzle?
        AutoVido
        • 10 Months Ago
        @ChrisH
        99% Invisible did a great piece on WW2 razzle dazzle - http://99percentinvisible.org/episode/episode-65-razzle-dazzle/
          ChrisH
          • 10 Months Ago
          @AutoVido
          thanks for the link!
        Paul Bertucci
        • 10 Months Ago
        @ChrisH
        I was gonna say, it reminds me a lot of Dazzle camouflage in a very good way. Now, if they'll just do this to the RS4...
      Junkyard Willie
      • 10 Months Ago
      And why couldn't someone just 3M their Audi instead of buying yours?
        Allaround
        • 10 Months Ago
        @Junkyard Willie
        Because that would be lame, that's why. Why buy a Rolex when you can buy a $100 fake one on the corner? Fool.
          Junkyard Willie
          • 10 Months Ago
          @Allaround
          Dumbest analogy I've ever heard, especially considering the fact that both Audi's are real.
      citroen_2cv
      • 10 Months Ago
      Seriously, it can be dangerous on the road.
      MICHAEL
      • 10 Months Ago
      I've actually considered that paint scheme ( or celophane wrap) for my Vanagon ! okay, the blue tinted arctic version ...
      Jason
      • 10 Months Ago
      I think this is really cool. I wish more people in the US weren't afraid to stand out from the crowd. We'd probably get more unusual special edition models like this.
      Adam
      • 10 Months Ago
      I think Jon Olsson is a cool guy and he seems like he genuinely enjoys life. And I think his RS6 is a badass car. BUT audi isnt making a 800hp+ camo RS6 for some awesome hoonage.. no they are being corporate BS marketing hype and using an A4!!! avant and then going to charge up the ass for a stupid paint job just so you can "feel" like your cool? I will laugh at everyone of these i see because it was the camo that made Jons car cool... It was the fact its an RS6... But now you just look like an uneducated ass hat driving around in your stupid status symbol. I mean really is anyone over 30 who actually has a head on there shoulders going to buy this "shawn white (jon olsson in europe) edition car?" Audi and BMW have turned into marketing BS car companies. I'll spend my money on my Lotus you can keep your overpriced german camomobile
      icerabbit
      • 10 Months Ago
      And the point of that video is? Should've just trimmed it 4min and had 30secs about the car. Or just done 4:27 about the car. Without anybody talking. etc
      johndicegtr
      • 10 Months Ago
      Have they never seen "Sink the Bismarck"?
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