Expected for next year, the new Audi Q6 e-tron can be seen and is already revealing some technical data before its launch.
For a few months now, Audi’s electric range has expanded quite well. Started in 2019 with the e-tron, the brand’s very first zero-emission model, taking the form of a large SUV, it subsequently welcomed several new features. We are thinking in particular of the Q4 e-tron and its Sportback version, but also of the Audi e-tron GT, as well as its RS version.
But the Ingolstadt firm obviously does not intend to stop there, as it plans to become a 100% electric brand in 2033. To achieve this objective, several models will obviously be launched, while a series of concept cars has already been unveiled by Audi in recent months. Among the most anticipated novelties, we can mention among others the Q6 e-tron, currently in the test phase.
A new platform
Already seen by a few spy photographers, this new electric SUV is finalizing its development on European roads. Technical cousin of the future electric Porsche Macan, this future arrival in the range should adopt a style close to the Q4 e-tron, with a large grille single frame surrounded by small optics as well as large air intakes, as described by our colleagues from InsideEVs.
On the other hand, the interior still remains the great unknown for the moment, while no image has been unveiled. We imagine all the same that it will remain close to the current productions of the range. If we will have to wait for its revelation in the coming months to find out more, we know however that this new Audi Q6 e-tron will be based on the new PPE platform, developed with Porsche.
Launch in 2023
This will be particularly compatible with 800-volt technology, already fitted to the Porsche Taycan and allowing you to benefit in particular from faster charging. This newcomer to the catalog should then be able to collect up to 270 kW, like the Audi e-tron GT, allowing to go from 5 to 80% in just 25 minutes. However, the capacity as well as the autonomy have not yet been announced by the German brand.
Our colleagues point out, however, that only ten minutes would be necessary to recover approximately 300 kilometers. We should know more soon, as the launch of this new Audi Q6 e-tron is expected for next year.
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