2019 Audi Q6 Review, Release Date

Audi manufacturer is working to expand its SUV line with vehicles that will slot between Audi Q5 and Audi Q7 models. This vehicle will, however, be supported only by alternative powertrains and will truly become the first electric vehicle to enter mass production. Audi is aiming for an electric range of more than 310 miles while further in the life cycle it has to offer a plug-in version but a hydrogen fueled SUV is also a possibility.

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Model design must be very close to Audi E-Tron Quattro Concept. His debut is expected early next year and the model will compete with the Tesla Model X. As for the name of the model, originally expected as Audi Q6 2019 but can get the e-tron ending or even come as an Audi E-Tron.


Design wise, 2019 Audi Q6 should not be surprising. The model must look almost identical to the concept car mentioned. This model will feature a sleek profile, such as a coupe and a tool line that improves the appearance but more importantly improves aerodynamics.

The grid must have a hard-angle design between the corner lights. The rear lights are also expected to look very similar to the full width design of the concept car. With the right elbow shape and shape, the model must have a very low drag coefficient. On the other hand, the second generation of modular longitudinal platforms must be the basis of this model. This allows different powertrain options and the latest help system implementation.


The interior design of this model is more uncertain at this time than exterior styling. To be sure, this all electric SUV will get Audi’s new generation virtual cockpit design and the latest driver tools. Audi will also offer different interior themes and coating options combined with many other luxury options.


Audi Q6 2019 will debut as a complete electric vehicle. Audi is struggling to offer a range that exceeds 310 miles and that is the reason while this car comes as a 2019 model. Namely, Audi expects that battery technology will develop sufficiently in 2018 to provide a projected range of more than 310 miles. Another important aspect is charging and charging infrastructure that must be increased in the period before the launch of this model.

When it comes to the power this model will provide, the first estimate shows something around 500 hp and torque of more than 500 pound-feet. With this rating, this model will definitely be one of the fastest SUVs. On the other hand, the plug-in hybrid version is also expected to be possible sometime after the debut of the all electric model. The fuel cell version is also possible but the conventional version is not expected.


For the release date, the 2019 Audi Q6 is set for arrivals and shows off in 2018. The debut must take place in early 2018. Considering the high costs of battery technology, this model may be priced close to or even higher than the larger Audi Q7.

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