Power supply strategy for Audi it is very clear. From 2026 it will only launch new electric cars. So the 4-ring house is developing several new battery-powered models. Among them are new Audi Q6 e-tronSUV made on EPP platform which was developed in collaboration with Porsche.
And only the new forklift of this electric SUV was prevented from performing new tests on Germany’s Nurburgring track and on the roads near the roundabout. The spy photos which shows the new Audi Q6 e-tron, show that the car still has a wide camouflage and a film covering the whole body with the aim of hiding the details of the design.
However, some interesting points can be noted. Compared to previous spy shots, the lower part of the bumper it has different shapes. The grille, in particular, shows a hexagonal style. Additionally, behind the front fenders we can see a sort of vent opening. They could be an indication that the car in the picture is a sporty version of the future electric SUV. However, the images allow, once again, to be able to see that the Q6 e-tron will have split headlights.
The Q6 E-tron in the spy photos has “traditional” SUV shapes. We already know, however, that a Sportback version is also being developed. You can’t see the cockpit but this isn’t a problem because the old spy shots gave us our first look inside. So, we know that there will be a digital instrument panel behind the steering wheel. In the middle of the dashboard we will find, however, a large display of the infotainment system. Physical control will be reduced.
Regarding electrical equipment, there is still no correct information. We know that the Porsche Macan, built on the same PPE platform, will also be able to rely on two engines of more than 600 HP. It is possible, therefore, that even an Audi model could have the same unit, perhaps offered in a sports version. All that remains is to wait for more information to arrive on the electric SUV that should be presented in the second half of 2023.
[Foto spia: Motor1.com]