View Full Version : Inside the new A4

24-06-2008, 08:47 AM
As I've said, I think the beige Valcona leather with the walnut trim puts the car in a different league from other 'compact exces' of the same price band. Let me know what you think.



24-06-2008, 08:59 AM
Sorry guys, no photos.

The 4 links for the 4 photos I've uploaded to Picturepush appear on my local copy of the post, but the pics do not appear on the post itself.

I followed the instructions, and can access the photos from outside using the htmls.

If the 4 pics aren't visible in a couple of hours, I'll be looking for help.



24-06-2008, 09:47 AM
I agree - the interior looks top notch. Unfortunately my company car is the standard spec., leather would have been a dream. I 'nearly' went for a passat to get leather but glad I didn't now after driving the new A4.

By the way, if you right click on any photo and then click on properties - you can copy the link and then paste it onto your browser.

It looks like you have a lock on your glove box? How come?

24-06-2008, 10:49 AM
Here is what I think you need to do.
I only arrived at this through trial and error myself.

Go to your image in picturepush
You should see that you have a link on the right of the image for publish to forum/website, click this.
Another window will open with your image.

In the 6408480/480*640 section
copy the direct link to resized image url

In this forum when editing a post click on the colour button in the toolbar above (landscape and sun) and paste in the direct link url.

This is sort of what I did to get your pictures below.
(I did it with one of mine looked at the url's in yours and amended the link so it points to one of yours)
I had to do that as I am not the owner of the image, I can't get the publish to forum/website link for someone else images.

These are Moptisams Images





24-06-2008, 01:50 PM

Thanks very much for your help.


(Silly question, I know) So, you didn't get one? I had one on my 2005 A4 and thought it must be standard. Can't remember what the standard spec says - but I didn't have to order it as an option, unless it's part of the 'storage pack'.

Been up to see some ex-colleagues this morning. More cries of 'I do like that' heard, including one from an ex BMW driver (yes, I know, I'll go and wash my mouth out now).

One again, thanks to everyone.

24-06-2008, 05:27 PM
Yes, You would have assumed that it was a standard feature - but apparently not!

I think you're right - it must be part of the storage pack.

24-06-2008, 08:25 PM
Looks very very nice! I wish there were more interior color options with S-Line.

25-06-2008, 04:25 PM
Great help thanks. I've gone for same beige/walnut except I've only got the fabric seats (albeit the Arkana ones). First pics I've seen of the dash with that combo. Like it a lot. My BMW is cream leather with walnut - its my thing.

25-06-2008, 06:50 PM
Is that the luxor-beige or the cardamon-beige - looking at the uk configurator cant seem to get the same effect??

26-06-2008, 03:28 AM
It's the Cardamom beige - order code GR. If you order Luxor beige the carpet, dashboard and headlining are all black, not beige. The PDF brochure, version 11, page 23 has the info.

I had a dark blue interior on my last A4 and I just found it dark. The lighter interior is much more pleasant.

27-06-2008, 01:03 PM
so how long will that cream steerinf wheel stay looking cream - surely they get dirty rather quickly ?

not my thing - bit too "gentlemans club" for me but each to their own .Cream leather with black carpetrs and dash is more practical as well !

enjoy your car !

28-06-2008, 05:08 AM

Yes, I'm wondering how dirty the steering wheel will get, that's why one of the first places I took it to was to visit an old boss who makes a high quality leather preservative and cleaner.