Audi Unveils New All-electric Q6 e-tron SUV

On March 18, Audi unveiled its New All-Electric Q6 e-tron SUV, the First Production Vehicle on its Next-Generation EV Architecture.

Audi plans to present around 20 new redesigned models and subsidiaries internationally through 2025, the greater part of which will be electric.

The Volkswagen-owned luxury carmaker says the new “Premium Platform Electric” opens up new degrees of innovation for Audi, including a fast EV re-charge time of 158 miles in just 10 minutes.

The vehicle introduces the up and coming age of EVs for Audi, which keeps on offering all the more all-electric and module cross breed EVs regardless of slow growth in recent times for EVs.

The Audi SQ6 e-tron SUV, Audi Ordering for the Q6 e-tron quattro as well as an “S” performance variation will open this month in Europe, with a set price of 74,400 euros, $81,000, 93,800 euros, and $102,030, respectively. The Q6 e-tron has an estimated range on a single charge of 625 kilometers, or 388 miles.

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Top performance specifications for the U.S. include up to 510 horsepower, max speed of 143 miles per hour and 0 mph to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds.

The pricing and model details are expected closer to when the midsize SUV goes on sale domestically later this year in the U.S.

Audi currently offers all-electric Q4 and Q8 SUVs as well as a $106,500 GT sedan in the U.S. market.

The Q6 e-tron features a new but familiar Audi design including sleek headlamps, mesh-style grille and an overall aggressive exterior design.

The new EV platform includes an 800-volt battery architecture and a maximum charging capacity of 270 kilowatt hours.

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