The biggest Audi SUV of all? It is not the one with the largest number after the famous letter Q, which distinguishes the off-road vehicles of the Ingolstadt company. The primacy belongs to the new Audi Q6 just presented in China for the local market, which with its 5 meters and 10 centimeters happily beats our Audi Q7 (previous record holder) and Audi Q8: we had already provided you with in-depth advances and now, with the official debut, the photos of the production model arrive.
Audi Q6 Engines
To avoid confusion, let’s say it straight away: the Q6 for China has nothing to do with the Audi Q6 e-Tron, the electric SUV relative to the Porsche Macan BEV that will be marketed in Europe. No, the Q6 for China is a completely different story, proof of this is that the engine range does not include a 100% electric version, but only turbo petrol engines.
The Audi Q6 45TFSI features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder, producing 265PS and 400Nm of torque, while the more powerful Audi Q6 50TFSI has a 2.5-liter six-cylinder under the hood. which produces 299 hp and 500 Nm of torque, for 0-100 km / h in 7.3 seconds. All models come standard with automatic transmission, Quattro all-wheel drive, and DCC adaptive dynamic suspension.
Equipped with six or seven seats – your choice – arranged in three rows, a wheelbase of 2.98 m (like the Volkswagen Atlas cousin), the Audi Q6 built for the Chinese market in collaboration with SAIC is based on the MQB platform and reaches 2,398 liters of capacity with the rear seats folded down.
And despite a look a little distant from the canons to which the Ingolstadt house has accustomed us in Europe, it has all the features you expect from a car with four rings on the hood. From the Singleframe grille to the LED lights, with the ” coast-to-coast ” full-width lighting solution, as they say in the jargon: here declined not only on the tailgate but also on the front.
Audi Q6 Interior & Price
The interiors are definitely up to the standard, with leather upholstery supplied as standard, 12-way electric seats, and heating, ventilation, and massage functions. The 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit digital instrumentation stands out on the dashboard, flanked by a 10.1-inch touchscreen for infotainment: an additional 8.6-inch touch display for climate and climate control completes the range of controls. ‘inevitable projection of driving data on the windscreen with head-up display technology. Bang & Olufsen signs the 14-speaker audio system and ADAS driving aids surpass level 2 autonomous driving .72,500 euros to almost 94,300 euros.