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    Hi james, although I have an A4 I believe the material for the seats are the same as an A3.

    Here are some pics of mine (taken in the dark so I hope they are ok!)





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    I hate to say it, but that isn't anything like the A3 interior, it's perforated for a start.
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    We are certainly getting closer, the alcantara seats must be the same in the A4 though surely?


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    Quote Originally Posted by P5SND View Post
    They are cloth, I thought they were leather too!

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    I hate to say it, but that isn't anything like the A3 interior, it's perforated for a start.
    I hate to say it but mine aren't perforated either! They have a silver dot on them.

    The pictures were to show the type of material i.e. alcantara
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    The perforated alcantara looks abit

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    Cool

    The seats in the A4 are totally different from the A3/S3, they are a different shape, pattern, stitching, even the alcantara cloth has little dots/pimples or whatever the fcuk you want to call them, all over them, and the colours are different.

    As I said before, look on the Audi website, there are lots to see, but i'll do it for you!!

    this one

    http://usedcars.audi.co.uk/carview.aspx?id=600851918#

    or this one

    http://usedcars.audi.co.uk/carview.aspx?id=600857713

    or this one

    http://usedcars.audi.co.uk/carview.aspx?id=600702029#

    You can enlarge each of these picture by clicking on the little magnifying glass and gives you a pretty good idea of the alcantara/leather seats in the S3/A3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pii View Post
    How do you keep the leather protected and shine-free? Looking at the pictures, the steering wheel looks like it's brand new. How can I get rid of the shiney/oily look?
    Ideally get a good leather/interior repairer guy to do it as my old 8P wheel was done amongst other stuff one day, made it look brand new tbh, completely lost its old shiny look, but try asking Polished Bliss for any tips how to get the matt effect back.

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    wet n' dry.....?
    lmfao thats funny, sorry but it is, lmfao, 50 million thousand grade.

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