The hybrid e-tron Audi already overtook, range will spread over the coming years. The latest model to arrive is the Audi A6 L e-tron , a version that is available only in the Chinese market and has taken to be submitted with Living in Shanghai . It seems that will not go away and, therefore, they will not see it on the European market.
On the restyling of the A6, the e-tron updates the image for a more technological and futuristic. Comes with a new grill with more lamas LED lights on the underside of the front bumper, eliminating leaks at the rear wheels and exclusive 18-inch format. Explore Blue Blue color images enhance the finish techno Audi wanted to capture in its hybrid model.
The interior no major changes beyond the new instrumentation, now with knob instead of cuentavueltas plus a multimedia system that monitors the work of the hybrid system. A button on the dashboard that let you choose between different modes for the hybrid system such as EV, Hybrid Car Hybrid Charge or, as happened in the Audi A3 e-tron is further added to tried weeks ago.
As far as mechanics are concerned, the Audi A6 L e-tron goes to the motor 2.0 TFSI 211 horses power, a block of gasoline is now working with another electric motor built between it and the gearbox to develop a combined power 245 horses and a maximum torque of 500 Nm. This achieves an average fuel consumption of just 2,2 l / 100 km .
The benefits are also interesting, although it should be noted that this new configuration requires that the vehicle weight now reach two tons. They are 8.4 seconds for 0-100 km / h to 210 km / h top. In electric mode will be able to roll up to 130 km / h with a range under optimal conditions 50 kilometers thanks to a 14.1 kWh battery capacity.
The Audi A6 L e-tron is presented in the Hall of Shanghai and it looks like there will be. Your marketing will start in the Chinese market next year with local production and its arrival in other markets , for now, has not been confirmed.
Source – Audi
From 41,060 euro
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