Audi is a luxury line of automobiles that has sports cars, sedans and sports utility vehicles. Each automobile in the lineup has different models, ranging from the A- to the S-series. The "S" denotes the most powerful automobiles in the Audi lineup, and the specifications of the 2002 Audi S4 reflect this.
The 2002 Audi S4 has a 2,671-cubic-centimeter, front-mounted V6 engine, with a cylinder bore of 81 mm, stroke of 86.4 mm and 9.3-to-1 compression ratio. The engine also has double overhead cams, a variable valve timing/camshaft and five valves per cylinder. The sedan has 250 horsepower at 5,800 rpm with 258 ft.-lb. of torque at 1,850 rpm. The S4 also has Audi's Quattro system, making it an all-wheel-drive vehicle. The 2002 Audi S4 has a turning radius of 37.4 feet.
The 2002 Audi S4 sedan uses premium unleaded fuel and has a multi-point injection fuel system. The fuel tank holds 16.4 gallons of fuel. In the city, the S4 gets an estimated 15 mpg, while on the highway, it gets 22 mpg. The car averages 18 mpg during combined driving. This translates to 246 miles per tank in the city, 360.8 miles per tank on the highway and an average of 295.2 miles combined.
There is an anti-lock braking system that has four ventilated brake discs. The S4 has electronic traction control through the anti-lock brakes and the engine management system. There is also an immobilizer on the car, making it more difficult to steal. The suspension on the sedan consists of a multi-link front suspension with an independent stabilizer bar and coil springs, and a wishbone rear suspension with an independent stabilizer bar and coil springs.
Interior and Exterior Specs
The 2002 Audi S4 exterior has body side molding, front fog lights, high-pressure headlight cleaners and projector beam lens Xenon bulb headlights. There is chrome and bright trim around the front and back side windows, and tinted glass on all of them except the windshield. Inside the 2002 S4 is air conditioning with climate control, an in-dash computer that calculates average speed, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption and range for consuming fuel while you drive. There are airbags for both the driver and passenger up front and to the sides, and roof airbags for all passengers.