In the past, Audi has made two attempts at hybrid and PHEV on the A6 product line, but pure electric vehicles are still a field that has not been involved. However, this situation is estimated to change soon, because at the Shanghai Auto Show conference, the pure electric Audi A6 e-tron concept car has officially debuted.
In the exterior part, the A6 e-tron has an obvious Audi fastback style. Compared with the previous RS e-tron GT, it feels a little less ostentatious, but the front will look more futuristic. Unlike the RS e-tron GT based on the J1 system, the A6 e-tron is built on the basis of a brand-new PPE platform.Its air resistance coefficient is only 0.22, although it is not as good as that of Mercedes-Benz EQS Such an exaggeration, but it has already surpassed the Porsche Taycan. In addition, the A6 e-tron also uses 22-inch wheels, which are also larger than the RS e-tron GT.
According to the data given by Audi, the future A6 electric vehicle will be equipped with dual motors capable of outputting 350kW, which can accelerate to 100 kilometers in less than 4 seconds, and the equipped 100kWh battery can bring up to 700 kilometers of endurance. Like RS e-tron GT, A6 e-tron is also equipped with an 800V charging system with a fast charging power of up to 270kW. Theoretically, 25 minutes can charge the battery from 5% to 80%, and 10 minutes of charging is enough to travel 300 kilometers.
Like the upcoming Q4 pure electric car, the A6 e-tron also uses Digital Matrix headlights and supports custom digital OLED taillights. In addition, there are some more “conceptual” aspects on it, such as the LED spotlights on the side and rear corners. The former can create a general effect of “getting you on the stage” when the door is opened. The person will hit the turn signal to the ground more clearly. Even better, Audi also claims that when your car is facing a vertical surface, the Digital Matrix LED on the front of the car can project the image played by the car entertainment system “in the form of XXL” to the front of the car.
However, Audi has not disclosed any specific plans for when the true pure electric A6 will be launched on the market.