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Popular Black Edition specification casts its shadow over more Audi models​​

​Audi design is even more becoming in black and more of the Audi range have revealed their dark side with the introduction of Black Edition specification for some of our popular models. The latest A3 and S3, TT and TT Roadster, S6 and S7 Sportback models are all available from November 2016 with Black Edition specification. These new variants join the first ever Black Edition version of the Q3 compact SUV.

In the A3 range, including the three-door, five-door Sportback and Saloon, Black Edition is available as a step up from the top S line trim. It features special 18-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels with a matt titanium finish and darkened privacy glass extending from the B pillar rearwards. In addition you'll also find a distinctive black finish for the Single Frame grille surround, air inlets, window cappings and door mirrors. Inside, the ambience is enhanced by a 10-speaker Audi Sound System with 180 watts of music power.​

S3 three-door and Sportback Black Editions combine the new colour scheme with 18-inch five-arm Turbine design wheels, while the S3 Saloon Black Edition upgrades to a 19-inch five-arm Wing design corresponding in size with the 19-inch wheel used by standard S3 Saloon models. Inside all three variants benefit from a Bang & Olufsen audio system which replaces the Adi Sound System normally included as part of the S3 specification.

The Black Edition specification is applied in similar concentration for the TT and TTS Coupe and Roadster models. However, in these versions you'll find 19-inch five-spoke Blade design alloy wheels and Bang & Olufsen audio which form part of the package, as does an additional powered wind deflector for the Roadster.​

   

The Q3 range has adopted the Black Edition specification for the first time in its production lifespan as part of a package of upgrades that are now available across the range. Black Edition replaces the S line plus model and build on that version's already extensive specification with a black styling package, 19-inch 10-Y-spoke design alloy wheels with their black diamond cut finish, standard metallic paint, privacy glass and a BOSE sound system upgrade.

The attractive S6 Saloon and Avant and S7 Sportback Black Edition models also derive their more brooding stance from similar styling revisions. S6 and S6 Avant Black Edition models feature 20-inch five twin spoke alloy wheels while the S7 Sportback Black Edition sports a 21-inch five-arm Rotor design. Inside, along with piano black inlays, both models gain a BOSE sound system and a flat-bottomed multi-function steering wheel.