Audi A6 E-Tron Spy Shots Show EV Being Pushed Hard At Nurburgring
With the advent of the Audi A6 E-Tron later this year, Audi’s electric vehicle lineup will expand. The EV’s sleek appearance was previewed with a concept, and it appears that the production version will keep the majority of the aesthetic. The electric car is being tested at the legendary Nurburgring racing track in our second round of A6 E-Tron spy images.
The Audi is still wrapped in a full-body camouflage covering in the new photographs. These latest spy images, like the previous ones, disclose some of the car’s appearance, such as the split-headlight design in the front. The back is camouflaged, but a big, broad lower grille aperture and vents on the bumper’s outer borders may be seen. There isn’t much to see here. There’s not much to see at the rear because it wears stand-in taillight units.
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The new electric vehicle will be built on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture, which Porsche and Audi collaborated on. While we know the car’s basis, we don’t know anything about the powerplant. Audi showcased the A6 E-Tron with a concept that included a dual-motor arrangement producing 470 horsepower (350 kilowatts) and capable of accelerating to 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than four seconds. The PPE architecture will also underpin the Audi Q6 E-Tron crossover and the future electric Porsche Macan.
We haven’t seen the interior of the automobile yet, so we can’t say for sure how it will look. Both the Audi E-Tron GT and the Q4 E-Tron have an in-dash arrangement with a row of physical buttons beneath it. We anticipate the vehicle will include the most up-to-date infotainment and safety technology.
The Audi A6 E-Tron could make its debut this year, or it could be delayed until early 2023. An Audi representative announced in August of last year that the vehicle would be unveiled in 2022. The corporation has, however, set a date. Instead, the new Q6 E-Tron crossover is expected to make its premiere first, hinting at what to expect from the A6 E-Tron. The business will also release an Avant waggon, which it unveiled as a concept last month.