I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest you consider a lower-priced car. You're newly graduated, and you'd like to show your success with your car--I get that. When I landed my first big deal with my business, I celebrated by going out and getting a nice car to show myself and everyone else I'd made it.
The problem is, cars are expensive. You've heard it: they lose money right off the lot. Maintenance, especially on higher-priced cars is expensive. Parts are more expensive. And so on.
At this point in your life, I'd recommend keeping your car budget low and saving the rest of that money. If you develop excellent saving habits now, you'll never regret it. Plus, learning to put off satisfying your wants will help you control your spending for the rest of your life. In a few years, that money you saved may very well be money you're glad to have. Maybe it's emergency fund money if you unexpectedly lose a job and it takes a little longer to find a comparable job. Maybe it's money to buy a house. Or start funding your retirement.
If you really, really must have a nice car, find a nice used car maybe three years old. Everyone will believe you've made it just as much as with a new car, but you'll save a ton in up-front costs. At least that will help defray some of the overall ownership costs. An A4 or A5 would fit, as you can take advantage of some good depreciation and the styles haven't changed where anyone would notice it's not new.