2023 Audi Q6 e-tron scouting again
Audi’s next electric SUV has been tested once again, offering a glimpse of its high-tech interior.
The latest set of images revealed Audi Q6 e-tron there will be what looks like a large, freestanding display behind the wheel.
It looks bigger than the built-in screen currently on e-tron SUV seriesand more suitable for smaller screens Q4 e-tron revealed in 2020.
Built on the new Advanced Platform Electric (PPE) architecture jointly developed by Audi and Porsche, the Q6 e-tron will share its platform with the next generation. Porsche Macan.
The whole new one Macan and the regular Q6 e-tron will launch in 2022 and will be the first production cars to use the platform.
The PPE-based vehicles are expected to offer an electric range of up to 480 km, with a standard single electric motor on the rear axle and an optional secondary electric motor on the front axle to drive all the vehicles. cake.
Electric motor specifications and battery pack sizes for the next-generation Q6 E-Tron and Macan are yet to be confirmed.
The platform will also provide an 800V power system like the J1 platform used in Porsche Taycan and Audi e-tron GT, and will have DC fast charging speeds of up to 350kW.
The Q6 e-tron spy prototype here looks similar to the prototype spy in 2021but it’s less camouflage.
We can see plenty of detail around the covered Singleframe grille up front, along with the shape of the rear bumper.
The Q6 E-Tron will leave the production line at Audi’s Ingolstadt plant, which is currently being renovated to accommodate all-electric production processes. By 2025, Audi is expected to offer more than 20 electric vehicle models.
Audi has also pledged to stop developing new ICE models by 2026 when the second-generation Q8 arrives. This Q8 is said to be offered with both ICE and EV powertrains.
After production ends around 2032, Audi will only have a range of electric models, although it remains open to the possibility that ICE vehicles will continue to be sold in China after that date.