June 6, 2023

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2024 Audi Q6 e-tron Sportback spied

2024 Audi Q6 e-tron Sportback spied

Audi has been snapped tests the sportier-hunting variation of its Q6 e-tron SUV, in advance of its expose in 2023.

The Q6 e-tron Sportback is built on the same bones as the regular Q6, but subs its far more simple wagon tail for a sloping roofline.

Constructed on the new Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture which is been jointly created by Audi and Porsche, the Q6 e-tron will share its underpinnings with the up coming-generation Porsche Macan.

The two the new Macan and frequent Q6 e-tron are set to debut in 2023, and will be the first production cars to use this system.

Autocar reports the electric Macan will attribute electrical all-wheel push producing up to 450kW of electric power and 1000Nm of torque.

Its system will also aid rear-wheel travel powertrains with fewer grunt, nevertheless. It’s not obvious how a great deal will be shared involving the Macan and the Q6, specified they are possible to be pitched at a bit distinctive clients.

We have spied what appears to be like like an RS Q6, suggesting Audi will dip into the best end of the shared sections bin.

Jalopnik experiences the car or truck will use a lithium-ion battery pack with all-around 100kWh of capacity. An 800V architecture enables for charging at up to 270kW. That’s fantastic for a 25-minute demand from 5 to 80 per cent.

With fewer camouflage than right before, we can see the break up headlight arrangement that will function up entrance. Down back, the established of lights has lots in frequent with these on the RS3.

Past pictures have unveiled the Audi Q6 e-tron will aspect what appears to be like a substantial, freestanding display driving the wheel.

It appears to be like much larger than the integrated exhibit that now functions throughout the e-tron SUV array, and is a lot more in keeping with the display in the smaller Q4 e-tron revealed for the duration of 2020.

The steering wheel appears to be the exact as the Q4 e-tron’s, with touch-capacitive switchgear – evidently Audi is sticking with this controversial element, even as the Volkswagen brand name moves away.