German firm Audi has added some menace to two of its models.
The Audi A6 Saloon and Avant and A7 Sportback models can now be ordered in a sinister new specification.
"Black Edition" A6s and A7s are based on the S line trim level, and Black Edition cars get rotor-design alloy wheels with a dark titanium finish, in either a 20-inches on the A6 Saloon and Avant, or 21-inches on the A7 Sportback.
It's a racy look which is exaggerated by the standard fitment of sports suspension courtesy of the S Line trim level.
The darker side of all three models is also shown off by a black finish for the grille, number plate surrounds, the window frame strips and by privacy glass extending from the B-pillar rearwards. The A6 Avant Black Edition is also equipped with black roof rails.
Inside, Black Edition cars get the obligatory Piano Black inlays on the dashboard. There's also the standard fitment of sports seats upholstered in black leather and black headlining.
A6 models get a BOSE surround sound system, DAB digital radio and the Audi Music Interface (AMI) for iPod connection thrown in, while the A7 Sportback Black Edition just gains the BOSE upgrade - it already features DAB radio and AMI as standard from SE specification and above.
The extras are on top off the S line specification's standard equipment, which includes sporty styling, sat nav, light and rain sensors, Xenon all-weather headlights and LED rear lights.