Audi hasn’t released any info yet on the 2020 A4. Given the fact that the car is still relatively new following a 2017 redesign, we think it’s likely that the car will see only minor changes. Pricing and specs haven’t been released, but there still appear to be no indications that a manual transmission A4 will return to the fold after disappearing from the lineup for 2019. Based on last year's schedule, we expect to see dealers begin to take orders sometime this summer for a release date in early fall.
Luxury car shoppers have many strong competitors to consider this year. The all-new 2019 BMW 3-Series Sedan is due to arrive boasting the latest tech and a fresh look akin to the pricier 5-Series. According to our last review, the A4 succeeds in overall refinement but suffers from a lack of excitement compared to alternatives in the segment. Will Audi make changes to inject new life into the car for 2020? That doesn't appear to be likely, but we'll be updating this page in the event we receive new information.
Shoppers should be aware that Audi has struggled to keep vehicles like the A4 in stock. We generally find that dealers stock the brand's crossovers instead. That can make the A4 hard to find, often necessitating factory orders with lead times of around 2-3 months. This has been especially been the case with the smaller A3.
Pictured: 2019 A3