Simply if you thought that the seemingly ubiquitous split-headlight design was to be restricted to new BMW’s, Rolls-Royces and a slew of Hyundai’s and Kia’s, some spy photographs of the upcoming Q6 E-Tron counsel in any other case. Oh pricey…
Motor1.com stories that regardless of a 12 months of Audi Q6 E-Tron spy photographs, little or no was given away when it comes to the car’s design. A full camouflage wrap is to be thanked for that; nonetheless some contemporary spy photographs reveal the entrance of the all-electric crossover with none camo for the primary time.
That includes a reasonably massive, closed off silver grille with a distinguished Audi emblem and a front-facing digicam under it, the Q6’s fascia could be very fashionable Audi EV, as is to be anticipated. Under the silver grille is a gap which possible homes quite a lot of driver-assistance sensors. Flanking the grille are a pair of daytime operating lights, under that are the car’s headlights.
Aside from that, the remainder of the car is roofed by a black sheet. The rear of the crossover is rumoured to be similar to that of the E-Tron GT. Which means that the Q6 E-Tron will characteristic a full-width taillight which is able to after all do a zhuzh kind of gentle present factor each time the automotive is locked and unlocked.
Whereas no particulars in regards to the crossover have been launched simply but, rumours counsel that there will likely be an RS variant which is able to possible supply round 447 kW from a dual-motor, all-wheel drive setup. In fact, there will likely be a spread of choices out there with various outputs and battery packs, in addition to single- and dual-motor setups.
The Audi Q6 E-Tron will experience on Audi and Porsche’s co-developed Premium Platform Electrical structure (PPE) which may even underpin the upcoming all-electric Porsche Macan. Whereas it’s possible that the 2 crossovers will share a lot of their mechanical componentry, styling would be the large differentiator of the 2. Set to debut this 12 months, the Q6 E-Tron will for a part of Audi’s plan to introduce 20 EVs by 2025.