The Audi A5 has lots of room in the front and a decent boot, but – as you would only expect – the headroom is a little tighter for anyone in the rear seats
Although the new Audi A5‘s longer wheelbase means there’s sufficient legroom for two six-foot adults in the rear, taller passengers may be disappointed by a lack of headroom. Space upfront is suitably plentiful with tall adults being well catered for with ample amounts of head, leg and elbowroom.
The interior is very similar to the one in the A4, so the Audi A5 gets the same storage areas that are pretty good. A big glovebox and decently-sized door bins will swallow the bulk of small items you usually find in a car.
If you want a coupe, you probably won't worry too much about stuff like practicality and versatility, but the A5 does remarkably well for both
Sleek coupe or not, the Audi A5 can swallow an impressive 465-litres of luggage, more than the BMW 4 Series (445-litres), Mercedes C-Class Coupe (400-litres) or Lexus RC (366 litres) can manage. One reviewer noted its boot is noticeably squarer than rivals. Fold the rear seats down and you’re presented with a near-flat load bay, useful for carrying long or bulky items. Split-folding rear seats are, however, an optional extra.