The Audi A6 E-Tron has been a highly desirable concept car ever since it debuted at the Shanghai Road Show earlier this year. With its sleek futuristic design and electric battery, we couldn’t wait to see what Audi would bring to the table next. Sadly, most concept stunners never see the streets, but that is where Audi is changing the industry’s future. Especially after the E-Tron GT became a reality, it turns out that a whole lot of people were impressed, and the Audi A6 E-Tron Concept will be a concept no more. If you’ve been heartbroken before by fantastic concept cars that never made it past a show floor and some private collection, then you’ll be thrilled to learn that this concept is getting the Pinocchio treatment. The A6 -Tron will be a reality. How soon can you get one? Let’s dive a little deeper into this fantastic car.
According To Audi
Moving into the twenty-first century means brands are embracing more environmental practices. This is never more apparent than in the world of automobiles. Classic gas-guzzlers may be beautiful in their own time, but they aren’t capable of the performance and ecological forwardness that consumers want from new cars. Why pay a fortune for a car to dump gas inside and ultimately spew it back out as fumes when you can plug your new ride into a charger that may someday be run on solar and wind instead. It certainly makes driving with the top down more appealing, and no one will miss the haze over cities. The trouble with most e-cars is that they’re all about the function. With the A6 Concept, Audi has taken that smart and ultimately necessary detail and made it secondary to the feel and look of high performance and luxury. According to Audi Newsroom , Audi always meant this car to be a taste of things to come.
The luxury appeal and incredible aerodynamic shape are elegantly designed for speed. However, that same ability to cut through the air like a jet means this car will also use less energy to move. Thus it will have more range and save power even more than it first appears. Flat headlight bezels and deep air intakes complement the smooth, bulletlike appearance. It’s no great leap to imagine something like the A6 moving through space as easily as it moves through the air. The upper rear end and rear diffuser tackle the problem of turbulence. An aerodynamic breakaway edge and the spoiler region outflow integration show off how much Audi has always understood vehicular motion and what slows it down. Since the early 1980s, this company has been out racing its competition quite literally. The next phase of their ‘e-volution’ brings new challenges and innovative solutions you can see for yourself in the A6 Concept. Doubtless, we’ll still be seeing Audi logos on the inconceivable vehicles of the 2080s, and they’ll be at the head of the pack.
Get A Look At This E-Tron
Any car aficionado who knows Audis will immediately spot how much the A6 E-Tron looks like an A7 rather than its fellow A6s. A fastback roofline, which sweeps smartly back and flows almost seamlessly below the trunk lid spoiler, was chosen for its beauty and aerodynamic profile. The slickness isn’t only on the surface: The incredibly low 0.22 c of the A6 E-Tron concept is made to move fast. More than merely the profile, this has sleek, progressive details throughout. If you haven’t seen the clever”inverted face” front look, be sure to check it out. So dubbed because it reverses internal-combustion automobiles’ customary black grille region and front bumper treatment with a shining silvery grille and darker side region. According to Audi, this signature will appear on all of the company’s future electric vehicles. Audi has stated that the current appeal is about ninety-five percent accurate to what the production models will look like for those afraid the concept won’t translate well. If the GT is anything to go by, then this latest Audi concept-to-production car will not disappoint.
This Car Is Lit
The new and improved, sleek, and highly visible A6 E-Tron has a lot going for it. Though this model shares dimensions with the gas model, it will have more interior space. Due to a quirk of the powertrain, namely that it takes less space, there’s more area left inside for you to use once you slide behind the wheel. The lights are more than figuratively a huge part of what makes this car stand out. For example, the turn signals will be capable of projecting an arrow on the ground. This is the sort of innovative thinking that all cars should integrate, but Audi thought of it first. You may have come to expect welcome lights from luxury cars like Audis, but the A6 E-Tron lights will serve another ingenious purpose by working overtime as open-door warnings. Another intriguing feature is the modifiable A6 E-headlights Tron’s with customizable rows of LEDs. You will be able to pick your own unique running-light signature for your A6 E-Tron. In the back, the full-length OLED tail light bearing the Audi insignia serves as a center high-mount brake light.
When Can You Have An A6 E-Tron
With all, it has going on, and the stunning look, it’s easy to see that these cars will fly out of showrooms whenever they get delivered. So when can you get yours? The answer may surprise you. According to CNET, the Audi A6 E-Tron will be available in 2022. By 2023 the Q6 E-Tron will be in production as well. It won’t be long before you start seeing this dream car on the road.
Drivers who love Audis, along with those who always wanted their very own concept car, will be thrilled to see the A6 finally reach the market. Is this a step in a new direction? Will Audi’s bold decision lead to a slew of concept-car-to-reality dreams coming true? It seems unlikely, but we can always hope. Which Audi concept car would you want to see released to the market if you could choose one?