Thw New Audi Q6 will probably be unveiled in 2019 This automobile will hit the other electric car will be Tesla engines. In addition, it will be inaccessible at the beginning of the year 2019. However, the vehicle will be active version 2019 will soon you can buy. The changees in this car will certainly surprise people who like electric vehicles.
The German automaker will use a VW group architecture that is shared with a number of other models. The platform is known as the MLB Evo and is supposed to be designed from the ground up as an electric car with a closed “belly”. This will help the vehicle achieve a drag coefficient of 0.25 (a new record for the SUV market segment) almost equal to that of the current Toyota Prius Hybrid. The vehicle will present a coupe-like outline and an exceptionally flat greenhouse that narrows sharply towards the back dynamic exterior look. The vehicle has actuated elements on the hood, sidewalls and rear ends that direct the airflow as needed to more than 50 mph. The vehicle has cameras instead of exterior mirrors that add to its excellent aerodynamics. The front also features unique headlights with signature elements that use Matrix laser technology. The wrong rear lights also include two sections with each of the top zones featuring nine OLED units for the taillights and 3 units below to assist in poorly lit areas.
The interior of the 2019 Audi Q6 Electric has been designed to comfortably seat four passengers and leave a cargo area of 21.7 cubic feet. At the front of the cabin, there will be a virtual cockpit. Below its instrument cluster are two touch screens with a light aluminum frame and black glass. The screen on the right will be used to control the navigation and media systems while the one on the left will be used to control lights and controlled systems. The steering wheel is also equipped with contoured touch services and can also be used as a control level. There will be two additional OLED display screens below the selector level to show temperature control, drive system status and programmable functions. The cabin will also be equipped with modern technologies developed for controlled driving. They will include a laser scanner, ultrasonic sensors, a video camera and radar sensors. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we have more information on this potentially revolutionary German machine.
The fully electric version of the Q6 will use components from the upcoming R8 e-tron. With all-wheel drive, 500 horsepower and over 500 lb-ft of torque, it will be one of the fastest SUVs on the market. Audi will offer an inductive charging option that eliminates the need to plug the car into an electrical outlet, but it will not offer battery exchange, a technology that Audi CEO Rupert Stadler has repeatedly ruled out. The range should exceed 310 miles.
Beyond the EV version, Audi is likely to add a plug-in-hybrid model, and the company could also offer an electric fuel cell. The plug-in-hybrid and fuel cell versions mentioned above are the most likely extensions of the powertrain portfolio, but there is no decision yet on a conventional power Q6. Although technically possible, such a model is unlikely as it would dilute the Q6 market position.
The 2019 Audi Q6 is expected to be launched in early 2018 as an electric vehicle. The plug-in hybrid can be started at the same time, or it can follow later with other powertrain options. Prices are not yet finalized, but we expect it to significantly exceed the price of Q5.