Audi Q6 e-tron Electric SUV Teased Before Its Launch
Images of the soon-to-be-produced Q6 e-tron, which is now undergoing winter testing in Northern Europe, have been made public by Audi. The new PPE architecture from the VW Group, which will form the basis for the upcoming Audi, Porsche, and Volkswagen EVs, will be used for the first time in the Q6. The planned big electric cars from the VW Group, such as the all-electric Cayenne and the impending Macan EV, will be built on the new PPE platform, which was jointly developed with Porsche. The split headlights and trapezoidal aperture in the bumper of the tightly disguised Vehicle were on full display. The general body shape includes flowing lines and a crossover appearance, as shown in the teaser photographs.
According to the sources, the Audi Q6 e-tron will be one of the 20 new vehicles that the automaker plans to introduce in worldwide markets by 2025. Both internal combustion and electric cars will be available as models, with the latter accounting for more than half of the portfolio.
The first car to be built on the new Premium Platform Electric (PPE) technical platform will be the future Audi Q6 e-tron. The electrified package will reportedly contain an 800-volt electrical system, powerful electric motors, and a cutting-edge battery and charging management system. According to the company, the new e-SUV will have an electronics architecture that was recently developed, representing a substantial development in electrification and digitization for the entire brand.
Offerings for the Q6 e-tron include an SUV and a Sportback (coupe). In the future, the company could release an RS model. The new platform will also accommodate the Porsche Macan EV, which is rumored to be in the works.
Audi has not yet made any formal announcements on the e-global SUV’s launch. But we expect the automobile to do so close to the end of the year. The e-SUV is predicted to enter the Indian market by 2024 or 2025. Price discussions are premature for the Indian market at this time, but sources suggest that the new Q6 e-tron will be less expensive than the Q8 e-tron, which will be made available in India later this year.
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