Audi revealed the A6 Avant e-Tron yesterday. While this vehicle is still a concept, Audi clearly suggested that a commercial version will be available in 2024. Audi designers have stated that the final wagon would not change significantly from what you see here. And, in my opinion, this is a good thing. This car is fire 🔥.
“I can promise you that a lot of what you see now will be available on the road,” said Wolf Seebers, who led the car’s exterior design. The design of the A6 Avant e-Tron is clearly influenced by the A6 e-Tron concept, with a similar black brushstroke down the sides that helps disguise the height of the doors while hinting at the huge battery under the passenger compartment.
The show-stopping feature of this vehicle is definitely the lights and it’s got a lot of them. The small headlights on the car are matrix LEDs, which will most likely allow the driver to adjust the beams that can brightly illuminate the road without blinding approaching cars.
Audi claims that customers will be able to personalize the daytime running lights in whatever style they like. The 3D-effect OLED taillights in the back may also be modified. In terms of any additional technology, Audi has remained tight-lipped about the inside.
So far, the available EV options for wagon lovers have been lacking, to put it mildly. To be frank, there has been a total of one EV wagon model released so far by automakers. That distinction goes to the stunning but pricey Taycan Sport Turismo/Cross Turismo.
The new A6 Avant Audi promises to expand the field of available EV wagon models which will include the soon-to-be-released Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion and two Volvos wagon EV expected to hit the roads in the coming years.