2024 Audi RS6 e-tron EV caught
audio prepares to launch its first electric sedan and wagon, the Electronic A6in 2024, with a more attractive RS version said to be in production.
Our spy photographers have captured this potential Electronic Audi RS6 prototype in the dark during winter testing in the snow.
Although this tracked prototype might look like previously discovered A6 e-tron prototypesit has large brake discs and red brake calipers that suggest it could be an RS6 e-tron prototype in disguise.
The body of this spotted prototype looks extremely similar to the regular A6 e-tron liftback, although the camouflage may hide the aerodynamic elements as the RS6 e-tron is expected to have a somewhat smaller body. more aggressive body.
If this is a prototype for the upcoming Audi RS6 e-tron, it will be the first time RS6 has been available in the form of a non-wagon body for more than 10 years.
The conventional internal combustion engine Audi RS6 was last available as a sedan in second-generation form, which was discontinued in 2011.
The last two generations of the RS6 are wagon-only, with the latest model going on sale in Australia in 2020.
It is expected that the Audi RS6 e-tron will have both liftback and Avant wagon body styles, just like the regular A6 e-tron.
Underneath the skin, the RS6 e-tron will use the Platform Premium Electric (PPE) architecture jointly developed by Audi and Porsche.
Both the Audi A6 e-tron and the Electronic Q6 The SUV is considered the first vehicle to launch on the platform.
ONE All-electric Porsche Macan will also be based on the PPE architecture, although its launch was recently delayed – initially, it
The 2021 Audi A6 e-tron concept features a 100kWh battery pack and is said to support fast charging with a capacity of up to 270kW plus a range of 700km during the WLTP test cycle.
According to the report of car in November 2021, expected Electronic RS6 will closely match the output of RS e-tron GT, generating 440 kW of power and 830 Nm of torque from a dual-motor all-wheel drive system. This is good for a 0-100km/h sprint time of 3.3 seconds.
For reference, the current Audi RS6 pumps out 441kW and 800Nm from its 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8.
Audi is expected to shift many of its high-performance S and RS-branded vehicles to electric powertrains as it plans to launch at least 20 electric vehicles (EVs) by 2025 and launch vehicles with internal combustion engines. (ICE) at the same time. year.
Currently, the only electric cars with this high-performance badge are the Audi RS e-tron GT and the Audi RS e-tron GT. Audi e-tron WILL and the e-tron S Sportback will soon be called e-tron SQ8.
Audi has committed to being a all-electric brand by 2033 in every market except Chinawith European Union locks down new regulations will ban the sale of gasoline and diesel cars, SUVs and light commercial vehicles from 2035.
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