Next generation A6

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by Krillmeister, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. #1 Krillmeister, Dec 1, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    http://www.fourtitude.com/news/publish/Audi_News/article_6456.shtml

    Audi has redesigned its flagship executive class model. The new A6 is set to make its market debut in early 2011. With its light body, sporty chassis and a wide array of new assistance and multimedia systems, the full-sized sedan is packed with innovative solutions in every area of technology. The range of available engines and drivetrains is equally extensive. Combining the power of a V6 with the fuel efficiency of a four-cylinder engine, the soon-to-be-available A6 hybrid will be one highlight of the lineup.

    Much of the body of the new Audi A6 consists of aluminum and high-tech steels, rendering it exceedingly light, stiff and safe. State-of-the art design methods and materials ensure extremely low interior noise levels. Precision tuning of all components and systematic hydraulic damping in the axle and drivetrain bearings provide excellent vibrational comfort.

    The design of the new Audi A6 embodies athleticism and elegance. The sedan is 4.92 meters (16.14 ft) long and 1.87 meters (6.14 ft) wide, but just 1.46 meters (4.79 ft) high – sporty proportions that are unrivaled by the competition. The long engine hood, the low, sweeping roofline and the prominent lines on the flanks create a dynamic overall appearance. Optional LED headlights emphasize the striking expression at the front.

    The roomy interior of the new Audi A6 echoes the sinewy style of the exterior. The salient element is the “wrap-around” – an inlay encircling the driver and the front-seat passenger. The elegantly curved dash panel places the driver at the center of the interior.

    Every detail of the interior is a testament to the care that Audi invests in carmaking. All materials, including an innovative layered-wood veneer, have been selected and crafted with the utmost care. As an option, the front seats can be equipped with ventilation and massage functions. Classy ambient lighting in the lighting package provides small points of light throughout the interior.

    The new Audi A6 features the logical ergonomics concept that distinguishes all of the brand’s models. A highly efficient automatic air conditioning system and the latest-generation MMI radio operating system are standard; Audi also offers an optional head-up display, which projects important information onto the windshield. The MMI touch operating system is also available as an option. This enables much of the hard-drive MMI navigation plus system to be controlled by means of a touchpad.
     
  2. Same terrible front as the current A8 <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
     
  3. Looks like an Audi
     
  4. actually, that's hot. and i hate the current a6.
     
  5. That rear is BARFTASTIC !
     
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  7. front looks disproportionally long compared to the rear.
     
  8. It actually looks OK in this pic, this is with the S-line package though.
     
  9. looks like shit because of the whalish design
     
  10. Looks better than the current A6, but still meh.
     
  11. is it a s big as the prev gen a8
    hate cars
     
  12. looks good irl actually.
     
  13. just more new cars loaded with more worthless electronic aids.....
     
  14. agreed

    Take more pictures. Your flickr is almost dead.
     
  15. zzz..zzzz...zzz.zz.z...z...z
     
  16. I've seen the new A8 at a car show. I really wasn't impressed by the front.
     
  17. Albeit the Audi design is great, it appears to be exhausted. A4 through A8 lack sufficient individual characteristics, across generations. They should restart their design, just as BMW did.
     
  18. zzzzzzzzzz
     
  19. They are perfectly protecting the A8 as the blandest car on the planet.
     
  20. *A6 I fail.
     
  21. VORSPRUNG DURCH DIE KOPIE
     
  22. Audi exterior designer : easiest job ever
     
  23. not as easy as a porsche designer
     
  24. or a Saab designer. All you have to do is take shit and put some wheels under it.
     
  25. you need to memorize the whole 911 range, which is hard as hell with all of those letters
     

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