The Quattro vehicle has a lot to live up to following the success of the current model. There will be three engines in total available from the car’s launch. These include two variants of the 3.0 litre turbo diesel injection which will be able to produce 204 BHP and 245 BHP respectively. The 3.0 litre petrol TFSI variant will be able to produce 310 BHP and output just 440Nm of torque.
The major talking point about the vehicle is the fact that it can produce achieve 46.3 MPG of fuel economy and emit just 150g of C02. The car’s start stop functionality is a great way to save on fuel and emissions.
For the first time ever, a Mobile Phone Preparation – High Package will be introduced as an option. This allows an in car Wi-Fi package which allows passengers within to connect to the Internet. Google and other web services will be available including plenty of entertainment apps.
Some other options include a specially designed comfort seats. These are quite special in the way that they can move angles and offer ventilation as well as a massage function. A practical windscreen projection is also available via a head up display.
Audi A6 safety
The Audi A6’s safety has greatly improved. The newly installed adaptive cruise control which is essentially radar based will be one of the most talked about new editions. The car’s automatic braking system below the speeds of 19 MPH will keep everyone as safe as possible during certain types of collisions. Active lane and side assist technology will be made available too. Unique night vision assistance along with brand new park assist will also be installed into the vehicle.
The Audi A6’s Quattro four wheel drive system also provides an extra dimension of safety. The car is able to get out of tough situations on tough road surfaces thanks to the intelligent system.
Audi’s Quattro system also provides a sportier dimension to vehicles that it is installed on. Handling is brilliant on the car, allowing drivers to take bends at high speeds keeping the car as stable as possible.