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Metallic - Ascari blue
Only offered on the top-end Black Edition, Ascari Blue is on the lighter end of dark blue. It suits the A4’s professional nature and will also be a good option on the resale market.
Metallic - Glacier white
If you like the idea of a white car but want it to look and feel a bit more premium, then metallic Glacier White is a great option. It still highlights the curves of the bodywork, but the metallic finish really makes it stand out in the sunlight.
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Metallic - Mythos black
Mythos Black suits the A4’s serious Germanic styling, and the metallic sheen adds a dash of class, too. It is easy to keep clean and you won’t have trouble finding a buyer for it when you decide to sell it on – black is a popular used car colour.
Metallic - Navarra blue
Navarra Blue is a sporty colour that works particularly well when combined with the S Line trim and larger wheels. It hides dirt well, although it will show up parking lot dings and scrapes more easily than lighter colours.
Metallic - Progressive red
There are many muted shades of paint available on the Audi A4, and Progressive red is clearly not one of them. Not everyone will be sold on this particular paint, but anyone who wants their A4 to stand out from the crowd will be very well catered for here. Progressive red doesn't hide dirt marks amazingly well, though, so it'll need regular cleaning to keep looking its brilliant best.
Pearl - Daytona grey
Grey may be a rather unassuming colour, but Daytona Grey has a premium-looking pearl effect which really elevates it above the norm. It is limited to the top S Line and Black Edition trims, and is a good choice if you want a bit of exclusivity without compromising on resale value.
Solid - Arkona white
Being a solid paint, Arkona white doesn't quite have the same crisp and shiny look as its metallic equivalent, Glacier white. That said, it's stilll a smart-looking shade that contrasts nicely with the A4's darker exterior trim pieces like the front grille and bumper inserts. It also has the perk of being one of only two colours you can specify across all Audi A4 models at no extra cost.
Solid - Brilliant black
It may be a solid colour, but Brilliant Black gives the A4 an understated look that suits its character rather well. Seeing as it’s a no-cost option, it is also a no-brainer for those who prefer to spend their money on additional tech features instead. Dirt won’t show up easily on darker colours, so you won’t need to visit the carwash after every downpour.
Metallic - Chronos grey
With a sandy tint to it, the Chronos Grey isn’t the most exciting colour around, but it can look quite smart on the A4. It’ll be easy to look after though, and more neutral colours are continuing to become increasingly popular in the second-hand market.
Metallic - District green
Green may not be your first choice for an exterior colour, but metallic District Green looks rather special. It has a lustrous dark sheen to it which really suits the Audi A4 well, and it should look good even with a few layers of dirt and road grime caked on it. It may not be the best choice for resale values, but we’d pick this one anyway.
Metallic - Floret silver
Floret Silver adds a sparkle to the A4 thanks to its metallic finish. It also has a touch of grey that gives it a more elegant look than the solid silver colours offered in less aspirational cars . It will need regular cleaning to retain that sparkle, but silver is one of the more popular colours out there which will help with resale values.
Metallic - Manhattan grey
This dark hue is a rather sombre option, but the metallic finish helps add a touch of shine to the bodywork. It hides dirt well and will suit someone looking for an understated yet classy look for their A4.
Audi Exclusive - Custom
For £3,300, you can choose whichever colour you like for your A4 – a service normally reserved for more expensive models. Just be wary that when you choose to sell the car later on, you’re better off picking a more palatable option – instead of a highlighter colour.