The Audi Q6 e-tron will be put into production in China, with an interior like a Cayenne and a better look than the X3
The new car has made its world premiere on the eve of the Munich Motor Show, which opened in September this year, and is expected to go on sale as soon as 2024.
At the same time, the new car will also start production under FAW Audi next year, and will be included in the Audi family of even-numbered series models (the even-numbered series models in the later stage of the brand planning are all pure electric models), which can also be regarded as the Q5L pure electric version of the model, and named Q6L e-tron, and the main competitors in the same class include BMW iX3, Mercedes-Benz EQC, Tesla Model Y and NIO ES6 and other models.
The photo above shows the base model
The picture above shows the coupe version
As can be seen from the released road test images, the new Audi Q6 e-tron model is equipped with a polygonal closed grille at the head, and for the first time equipped with split LED headlight clusters on both sides, and its styling design is also highly similar to models such as the BMW 7 Series. At the rear, there is a continuous LED taillight cluster, which is more recognizable than models such as the BMW iX3.
In terms of power, Audi's all-new Q6 e-tron model will be based on the new Advanced Electric Platform (PPE) architecture jointly developed by Audi and Porsche, equipped with a 100kW·h battery pack, driven by dual front and rear motors, with a maximum power of 280kW and a WLTP range of up to 600km. At the same time, the new car will also be launched in the later stage of the SQ6 e-tron high-performance model for consumers to buy. In addition, the interior of the new car will also provide an integrated screen composed of 11.9-inch LCD instrument cluster + 14.5-inch LCD central control, and a 10.9-inch LCD display will be added to the passenger seat, and its styling design will also be highly similar to the Porsche Cayenne model of the Volkswagen Group.