Audi has unveiled the concept car A6 Avant E-tron, which, apparently, is one step away from the start of mass production. The novelty will be the first model on the new modular platform PPE (Premium Platform Electric).
The A6 Avant E-tron will be similar in size to the previous A6 and A7 models: over 16 feet long, 6.4 feet wide and 4.7 feet high, with a drag coefficient of 0.22. The architecture of the A6 Avant E-tron has an 800-volt electrical system with up to 270 kW of charging power. There are options with rear or all-wheel drive. Two electric motors with a total output of 476 hp and 800 Nm accelerate the car to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than four seconds. The traction battery will have a capacity of 100 kWh and an estimated range of more than 700 km (435 miles) on the European WLTP cycle. There are 22-inch wheels and cameras instead of rear-view mirrors. Station wagon suspension – pneumatic.
The concept received the latest Digital Matrix LED headlights. Like the A6 E-tron, there is a function to project hints or animated video games onto any vertical flat surface.
The production Audi A6 E-tron is expected to hit the market in 2023.