It was already reported that we’ll be losing the Audi A3 Cabriolet in the US after the 2019 model year, so in addition to confirming that bit of bad news, Audi has also announced the other updates to the 2020 A3 lineup.

The big news is the introduction of the new Final Edition package, which adds front leather sport seats in either Black or Magma Red with contrast stitching, Audi Beam ring for the door puddle lights, and a 3-spoke, multi-function, flat-bottom steering wheel with shift paddles.

The 2020 A3 will be available in two versions: the A3 Sport with front wheel drive and the A3 S line with quattro all-wheel drive. Both are available in either the Premium and Premium Plus trim levels. The A3 S line quattro adds an S line exterior kit with S line badges, aluminum door sills with S rhombus, 18-inch 5-arm-trapezoid design wheels.

The 2020 Audi S3 with the Premium Plus trim now come standard with a Bang & Olufsen sound system, high-beam assist, interior storage package with rear USB port, and auto-dimming, power-folding, heated mirrors. If you opt for the Premium trim, there’s the optional Side and Rear Cross Traffic Assist package adds Audi side assist, rear cross traffic assist and Audi parking system with front and rear sensors. Lastly the 2020 A3 and S3 are available in a new color – Quantum Gray.

The 2020 A3 starts at $33,300, while the 2020 S3 starts at $43,000, including the destination fees.