Audi A6 Avant e-tron

Audi A6 Avant e-tron (2022)

Audi has abandoned its attempt to peer into the future and presented Audi A6 Avant E-tron – an electric vehicle proposal based on the PPE (Premium Architecture Electric) platform developed in collaboration with Porsche. It appears to be nearing its mass manufacture.

Audi already has access to four electric vehicle platforms. The base used in cars with internal combustion engines has been modified for the original E-tron and E-tron Sportback versions. The J1 was taken from the Porsche Taycan and used in the E-tron GT. The modular Volkswagen MEB was utilized in the Q4 E-Tron and Q4 Sportback E-tron electric cars. It was decided to utilise PPE for the new concept car. This platform was developed in collaboration with Porsche.

The Audi A6 Avant E-tron project is “production-oriented,” according to the manufacturer, so it’s likely that the production version will be announced in the near future. The concept automobile is loaded with cutting-edge technology. According to the European WLTP standard, the range of the electric car can be up to 700 kilometers depending on the variants. The car appears to be fast enough: it takes less than 4 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h. In just 10 minutes, the charging system with an operating voltage of 800 V and a power of 270 kW can give a range of 300 km.

The Digital Matrix LED lights, which allow you to create moving graphics, are a standout feature of the machine. Four LED projectors are mounted on the electric car’s corners, capable of projecting images directly onto the road surface, such as warning cyclists and motorcyclists about an opening door.

Source: Audi