Audi may have been slow on the unveil of its e-tron GT, but the German-based automaker has since been eager to expand its EV offerings, releasing a slew of production cars and previews teasing what’s to come. Hot on the heels of the Q4 e-tron announcement comes an innovative new concept based on another staple in the Four Rings’ lineup.
It’s called the A6 e-tron, and it’ll be built on Audi’s Premium Platform Electric (PPE) platform, a chassis design in which the battery size and wheelbase can be scaled across a range of different EV models. In the case of the concept, this means that it stretches some 195 inches and sports an exterior not unlike that of the A7, giving it a slippery-smooth 0.22 drag coefficient. At the front, you’ll find an enclosed Singleframe grille that’s complemented by some deep air intakes and a set of Digital Matrix LED headlights, additions that also double as projectors. Around the rear, the design is equally breathtaking, for it wears a full-width OLED array that actively communicates with other drivers. Powered by a 469hp dual-motor electric drivetrain, it’s good for a 435-mile range and sub-four 0-60mph time. Click the link below for more.
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