Autohome News At the 76th Geneva Motor Show, the second-generation new Audi A6 allroad quattro made its first appearance. It is the mass production model of the “allroad quattro Concept” concept car announced at the Detroit Auto Show in 2005.
The second-generation Audi A6 allroad quattro is based on the A6 Avant body, with a length of 4934mm, a width of 1862mm and a wheelbase of 2830mm. Compared with the old model, the body length, width and wheelbase are increased by 124mm, 10mm and 76mm respectively. Because the car is equipped with a total of 5 modes of air suspension including 2 off-road modes as standard, the height of the car can be adjusted between 1459-1519mm.
In terms of power, there are 4 engines, 3.2-liter V6 and 4.2-liter V8 direct-injection FSI gasoline engines, with maximum power output of 188kW, 330Nm and 257kW, 440Nm; 2.7-liter and 3.0-liter V6 common rail diesel engines with maximum power output of 132kW, 380Nm and 171kW, 450Nm, supporting the use of 6-speed manual transmission or 6-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission.
Of course, the quattro permanent four-wheel drive system is indispensable on the A6 allroad quattro, and it contributes a lot to improving off-road capability. In addition to the standard equipped with anti-skid device, MMI (multimedia interface) system that can operate air conditioning and navigator, and independent automatic air conditioning on the left and right, it can also be equipped with variable light headlamps, keyless entry system, and including rear Parking assistance system including the camera.
The second generation of the new Audi A6 allroad quattro will be put on the market in the middle of this year. It will definitely continue the glory of its predecessors, putting all the roads underfoot.