Audi A6 Avant e-tron

2022
5 out of 5
350
kW
All Wheel Drive
7
sec

0-100Km/h

100
kWh

Nominal capacity

700
km

WLTP range

Specifications

Launch

Announced
2022, March 17
Status
Coming soon

Performance

Power
AWD 350 kW (476 hp)
Torque
800 Nm (590 lb-ft)
Acceleration
7 sec 0-100 km/h

Battery

Capacity
100 kWh total
Tech
Air-cooled Li-ion 800V
Range
700 km WLTP
Recuperation
Yes
Heat pump
Yes
AC Charging
Type 2
DC Charging
CCS 270 kW max, 5-80% in 25 min

Body

Type
5 door estate, 5 seats
Dimensions
4960 x 1960 x 1440 mm (195.3 x 77.2 x 56.7 in)
Wheelbase
2928 mm (115.3 in)
Suspension
Independent air suspension with adaptive dampers; front five-link axle, rear multi-link axle
Wheels
R22
Towing
No
Digital Side Mirrors

Displays

Frunk
No

Comfort

Parking aids
Front and rear sensors, 360 camera, reversing camera
Connectivity
Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

Safety

About Audi A6 Avant e-tron

Large electric SUVs are your best bet right now if you want a zero-emissions vehicle that can carry a lot of stuff. Audi wants to change that with the A6 Avant e-tron, a fully electric estate car that will compete with the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo and Sport Turismo.

The A6 Avant e-tron is based on next-generation electric underpinnings developed by Audi in collaboration with Porsche. It follows the five-door A6 Sportback e-tron concept unveiled last year. The new architecture will be used in various future electric vehicles, including the upcoming Audi Q6 e-tron SUV and the next-generation Porsche Macan.

The A6 Avant e-tron is similar in length and width to the Taycan Sport Turismo, but not quite as low to the ground. All current electric Audis, including the Taycan, cannot compete with the Taycan’s 100kWh battery capacity or front and rear electric motors, which produce 463 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.

The A6 Avant e-tron has a range of up to 435 miles on a single charge, which is significantly more than the comparable Taycan Sport Turismo 4S (309 miles) and slightly more than the upcoming Mercedes-Benz EQE saloon (410 miles).

In addition, a single-motor, 70-kilowatt-hour battery pack-equipped “A6 Avant e-tron” with a lower price point is expected. This model’s range is expected to be close to 300 miles between charges.

The A6 Avant e-800-volt tron’s electrical system, like the E-tron GT sports car and the Taycan, enables rapid charging at up to 270 kilowatts (kW). Depending on the charging station’s strength, a full charge can be obtained in as little as 10 minutes, bringing the EV’s range up to an estimated 186 miles.

The same sprint can be completed in less than seven seconds by the single-motor model and in less than four seconds by the dual-motor model. According to rumors, a high-performance RS model and a rugged Allroad model to compete with the Taycan Cross Turismo are on the way.

The A6 Avant e-tron has the same blacked-out grille as the E-tron GT and adaptive LED headlights that can change their beams so they don’t blind other drivers and give you the best visibility possible.

The front lights of the concept are not only lights, but also high-resolution digital projectors. If you have to charge your car overnight while parked against a wall, you can pass the time by playing a video game or watching a movie. Even though this seems like a useful feature, it is very unlikely to be in the final product.

The current A6 Avant has a trunk space of 565 liters with the rear seats up and 1680 liters when folded down. It’s a little less than what you’d get with a standard engine in a BMW 5 Series Touring or Mercedes E-Class Estate, but the A6 Avant e-tron should have a trunk about the size of those cars. It’s critical to have a trunk in both the front and back for passengers.

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