Here is The 2020 Audi A6 Avant, Racy, spacious, technological and safe are the cards on the table of the new Station Wagon of the House of the four rings.
4.94 meters long, 1.89 wide and 1.47 meters high, the 2020 Audi A6 Avant is not only an evolution but a real revolution. At Ingolstadt, in fact, to draw the new Avant no longer started from the bodywork of the sedan, Rielaborandola and adapting as happened until the old generation, but have thought well to carry on the two projects simultaneously.
2020 Audi A6 Avant Redesign
Identical in muzzle and design up to half the car, the new A6 Avant picks up from his sister sedan the MLB Evo platform and some stylistic choices. Compared to the past, however, it appears more slender, racy and athletic while guaranteeing more space on board and a generous load capacity (from 565 to 1,680 liters). A result made possible thanks to a roof no longer inclined towards the tail but rather slightly raised, to a more dynamic lighting Matrix Led (identical to that adopted on the sedan), with generous wheel arches overlying alloy wheels of up to 21 inches and Revisited calender.
Interior; Plenty Of Tech
In the interiors, however, the major novelties have affected the entire bridge, now much more digital and technological, and the infotainment that is updated to that already seen on the Audi A7 and A8. The instrument panel is entirely digital with 12.3-inch screen, the head-up display projects the most important information in front of the driver and the central console receives two digital screens, one from 10.1 “for the multimedia system and the other from 8.6” for the Air conditioner. The circle closes the most valuable materials and high-level finishes to embellish an increasingly comfortable cockpit.
2020 Audi A6 Avant Engine Specs; The era of the hybrid
To push the German premium Station Wagon We will think new petrol and diesel engines, some of these adopters the mild-hybrid system at 48 volts. It starts from the 2.0 litre TDI from 204 hp with automatic gearbox S Tronic dual clutch and 7 ratios, it continues with the 3.0-liter V6 TDI from 231 or 286 hp and ends with the 3.0-liter V6 TFSI from 340 hp.
Both V6 variants are combined with the Tiptronic automatic transmission to torque converter and 8 ratios and use the 48 Volt mild-hybrid system. The integral traction is, instead, insertable on the 2.0 TDI but permanent integral for the V6 engines, in the four Ultra version with self-locking central differential and clutch pack in the rear differential. There are also, even if optional, the rear steering axle, the rear sports differential with torque vectoring function and 3 different types of trim (sport trim, adjustable dampers and shock absorbers with pneumatic springs) as well as the Classic with steel springs.
Finally, having taken up a great deal of technology on board the latest Audi A8 and A7, the security systems and driving assistance sector also could not fail to receive a welcome upgrade. In fact, we find the adaptive cruise control with start & stop and Lane maintenance, automatic emergency braking with avoidance of collisions and obstacles, the recognition of the physical condition of the driver and the intelligent blocking of Goalkeeper.