Audi has initiated testing of its new all-electric Q6 e-tron SUV in Northern Europe, signaling the German automaker’s commitment to sustainable mobility solutions.
The Q6 e-tron, which is slated for production in late 2020, is Audi’s first foray into the world of all-electric SUVs. The vehicle will feature a 95 kWh battery pack and is expected to offer a range of up to 250 miles on a single charge. Additionally, the e-tron will be capable of rapid charging, with a charging rate of up to 150 kW, allowing drivers to replenish their battery in a matter of minutes.
The Q6 e-tron’s testing program is taking place in Nordfjord, Norway, a region known for its harsh winter climate. Audi has stated that the testing regimen is intended to assess the vehicle’s performance in extreme weather conditions and ensure that it meets their stringent standards for reliability and safety.
The Q6 e-tron is equipped with an advanced four-wheel-drive system and a sophisticated adaptive air suspension that allows drivers to adjust the ride height for optimal performance on different terrain. Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with advanced driver-assistance features, such as lane-keeping assist, automated emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control.
Audi’s commitment to sustainability is further exemplified by the Q6 e-tron’s exterior design, which features a suite of aerodynamic and lightweight materials that are designed to reduce drag and improve efficiency. Additionally, the interior of the vehicle is equipped with a variety of sustainable materials, such as recycled plastics and fabrics.
Audi’s all-electric Q6 e-tron SUV is currently undergoing testing in Northern Europe, with the aim of ensuring that the vehicle meets the automaker’s exacting standards for reliability and performance in extreme weather conditions. The vehicle is expected to be available in late 2020 and will feature a 95 kWh battery pack and a range of up to 250 miles on a single charge. Additionally, the e-tron is equipped with advanced driver-assistance features and a suite of aerodynamic and lightweight materials that are designed to reduce drag and improve efficiency.