Audi has unveiled the concept A6 Avant E-Tron as an electric station wagon of accentuated style that will join the previously announced sedan. The German company is planning a production version of the caravan for 2024.
For now, the concept is exclusively an exterior design study, as the cabin has not been shown, nor has Audi released any information about its appearance. Ultra-thin headlights allow owners to create their own light configuration. The concept allows the driver to get closer to the wall and use the headlights as a projector to play video games from the cockpit.
The Avant E-Tron shares dimensions with the previously presented A6 Sportback E-Tron concept. It is 4.96 meters long, 1.96 meters wide and 1.44 meters high. The two cars differ in the rear ends, where the Avant has a more rounded roof and thus more space in the trunk. The result is an aerodynamic coefficient of 0.24, while that value at Sportback is 0.22.
The new concept uses a premium platform for electric cars, which will be the basis of the future Q6 E-Tron crossover. One electric unit rotates the front and rear axles with a total power of 475 hp and 800 Nm of maximum torque.
Audi has not announced the battery capacity, but it is expected to be around 100kWh, with an autonomy of 300km in ten minutes of charging with 270kWh. 80% of the battery capacity is charged in less than 25 minutes. Depending on the configuration, the future A6 Avant E-Tron will accelerate to 100km / h in a range of less than 4 seconds to less than 7 seconds.
The estimated autonomy of the vehicle will be around 700 km.
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