Audi has unveiled an electric concept car called the A6 Avant e-tron. The experimental car gives a glimpse of a similar production model due to go on sale in 2024.
The external distinguishing features of the station wagon with a length of 4.6 m were a closed radiator grille, along the edges of which there are air intakes with active dampers designed to improve aerodynamic performance. Plus, the concept car received a narrow LED front optics and taillights with a three-dimensional internal pattern.
In general, the station wagon turned out to be similar to the Audi A6 e-tron GT prototype presented last year. At the same time, due to significant changes in the rear part of the body, the coefficient of resistance to the oncoming air flow increased from 0.22 to 0.24.
The Audi A6 Avant e-tron is equipped with two electric motors that transmit power to each axle. In total, the units are capable of delivering up to 476 hp. and 800 Nm of torque. The motors are powered by a set of 100 kWh batteries, the energy reserve of which can be replenished from 5% to 80% in 25 minutes. with a fast charging system. On a single charge, the station wagon can travel up to 700 km.
The production model will receive modifications with various combinations of powertrains and batteries. Initial versions will be able to accelerate from zero to “hundreds” in about 7 seconds, and “older” versions in less than 4 seconds.
Earlier it was reported that from 2026, Audi will completely abandon the development of new models with classic internal combustion engines, which will be replaced by cars with electric propulsion systems.
Source: Auto News