22/04/2021

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New Audi Q6 e-tron confirmed for 2022 launch

Audi boss Markus Duessman has confirmed the all-new Audi Q6 e-tron electrical SUV will make...

Audi boss Markus Duessman has confirmed the all-new Audi Q6 e-tron electrical SUV will make its debut in 2022 and will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s new High quality Platform Electric powered (PPE) architecture, which Audi is co-creating with Porsche.

The Q6 e-tron will be the 1st Audi to sit on the PPE architecture and will share its complex make-up with the up coming-era all-electrical Porsche Macan. It will sit earlier mentioned the This autumn e-tron SUV, the 1st Audi to use the VW Group’s MEB system, and will be one of far more than 20 electrical autos that Audi will launch by 2025.

The German manufacturer has established the target of one third of its income becoming all-electrical by the middle of the decade, and the Q6 e-tron will be a key driver in Audi’s quest to obtain this goal.

The PPE system will use an 800-volt digital architecture and therefore be able of giving DC rapid charging at up to 350kW. A range of far more than three hundred miles will also be doable PPE is an evolution of the J1 system that underpins the Audi e-tron GT and RS e-tron products, which present a minimum amount of 298 miles (WLTP) of range in the entry-amount e-tron GT.

That car’s 469bhp (523bhp accessible on overboost) 4-wheel push powertrain would probably discover its way into the Q6 e-tron, though a far more performanced-targeted product could present an output of up to 636bhp for a possible potential Q6 e-tron RS.

The Q6 e-tron will go into manufacturing at Audi’s Ingolstadt manufacturing facility up coming 12 months, which the manufacturer is changing to an all-electrical assembly line, eradicating the present equipment that generates the brand’s A3 loved ones hatch and replacing it with manufacturing facilities to accommodate the PPE system.

This also involves the growth of an in-property battery assembly facility “in the direct vicinity of automobile assembly,” in accordance to Duessman.

Adhering to the Q6 e-tron, Audi confirmed that the 1st ‘Project Artemis’ product will launch in 2024. The automobile will be aimed at the luxurious sector, spearheading Audi’s growth of potential digital vehicle architecture, technologies and operating devices.

Check out out our in-depth evaluate of the all-electrical Audi e-tron SUV here…