2019 Audi S6 Avant USA – The upcoming 2019 Audi S6 has been spied again, this moment around the renowned Nurburgring race track in Germany. Identified with next to no camouflage, the blue car in the pictures offers us a rather clear indication of what to anticipate from the mid-tier efficiency A6, which is most likely to be disclosed very early next year. Similar to many Audi’S’ designs, the S6 obtains a refined body package as well as a quad-tipped exhaust as its main distinguishing attributes from the typical A6 household, while bigger wheels and brakes complete the look.
Anticipate the production version to sporting activity numerous’S’ badges scattered around the outside and also inside, including on the front grille and also on the boot lid.
What will actually set the S6 aside from the A6 is what exists under the hood– prepared for to be a version of the Porsche-derived 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 that does solution in the RS4 as well as RS5, in addition to the Porsche Panamera as well as Cayenne.
It’s vague whether the S6’s variation of this powerplant will certainly match the 331kW/600Nm outputs of the RS4 as well as RS5, though taking into consideration the present model’s 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 makes 331kW as well as 550Nm, it’s a quite sure thing.
2019 Audi S6 Avant
That grunt will be sent out to the tarmac via an eight-speed ‘Tiptronic’ automated with torque converter paired with Audi’s quattro four-wheel drive system. With that said in mind, 0-100 should take a smidgen over 4.0 secs.
Audi will certainly use the S6 in both sedan and ‘Avant’ wagon forms as it has previously– though it’s a sedan-only recommendation in Australia presently– while the next-gen RS6 front runner will likely continue to be provided exclusively as a wagon.
In regards to timing, the new S6 will possibly be exposed very early next year, with Australian shipments to commence either very late in 2019 or early-2020.
Complying with the expose of the S6, the RS6 will certainly join the line-up as well. Keep tuned to CarAdvice for all the latest.