Audi lifts the veil over its upcoming Q6 e-tron SUV
The electric off-roader was reportedly tested in a northern land prior to its production start, which is scheduled for later this year.
Based on the pics, the SUV sports sculpted sides, large creases on the fenders and new lights all around. The headlights look like they could be two-tier, but only the ‘pixelated’ DRLs are exposed so far. We suppose they could be configurable on the production car to allow for different light patterns.
The company promises that the Q6 e-tron will ship in both standard and coupe-like Sportback forms. It is also shaping up to become the company’s first production vehicle based on the new PPE architecture. It is already official that the model will run on an 800V power architecture and take advantage of cutting-edge battery management and charging tech.
What remains unclear is the powertrain options. Rumors say the entry spec will get 470 PS (464 hp / 346 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque and the RS top spec will churn out approximately 650 PS (641 hp / 478 kW). None of this is official, though.
In December last year, Audi confirmed that the production start was planned for 2023.
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