All-New Audi Q6 e-Tron Unveiled
Meet The All-New Audi Q6 e-Tron

The heavily updated offering is rumoured to make its India debut by the end of this year.

The India-bound Audi Q6 e-Tron is here, in a completely new avatar. Unveiled today, the all-new Q6 now sits on the company’s new platform called the premium platform Electric (PPE), which also underpins the new Porsche Macan. Thanks to this, the Q6 e-Tron now takes things up a notch, with new features, hardware, and more.


Initial impressions of the new Q6 e-Tron leave a rather subtle impression. However, there are a few things here that should leave an impression. Starting with the new grille, which, while protruding a bit, now remains largely sealed off. However, there is a small gap in the lower bumper area for better airflow.


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Similarly, the headlight and the DRL units are now separated, with the DRL being more prominent and placed on the top. The profile features a long bonnet look, with a cabin area that stretches back. At the back, you’ll notice the second-gen OLED lighting. They also pack a new trick up their sleeve. For instance, the lights can communicate to drivers behind if there’s some disturbance on the road ahead, for example, construction work. They'll do this by showing small warning triangles in the taillights.


The insides of the Q6 e-Tron are equally impressive as well, with a large 11.9-inch IP screen and a 14.5-inch central touchscreen taking centre stage. Additionally, there’s also a 10.9-inch screen for the passenger, for media consumption. The steering wheel itself has no buttons, opting for a touch interface instead.


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The Q6 e-Tron will be offered in two AWD (Quattro) versions - the Q6 and the sportier SQ6. While the former makes some 387PS, the latter puts out 517PS of power. Both are rather quick, with the Q6 doing a 100kmph sprint in 5.9 seconds while the SQ6 does the same in 4.3 seconds, with a top speed of 230kmph.


Both get the same 100kWh battery, with the Q6 getting a claimed range of 625km while the SQ6 offers a range of 598km, on a single charge. Audi claims the battery can be topped up from 10 to 80 per cent in just 21 minutes, using a 270kW fast charger. As per reports, Audi is likely to launch the Q6 e-Tron in India by the end of the year or early next year, with an estimated pricing of Rs 70 lakh to Rs 80 lakh (both, ex-showroom). It’ll compete against the Volvo XC40 the BMW iX1 and more.


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