The 2019 Q6 is Audi's attempt to go up against Tesla and to strengthen its claim of "Vorsprung durch Technik" ("Progress through Technology"). It will move Audi's "e-tron" styling dialect, aiming at distinguishing vehicles with alternative powertrains one step further ahead. The Q6 is a four-entryway SUV closely with the cutting edge Q5. It will be showcased with topnotch powertrains, including a completely battery-electric form. A plug-in hybrid will follow, and there is the likelihood of a hydrogen-energized fuel model too. Despite the fact that it has four entryways, the Q6 will have a coupelike roofline, and to a great degree low coefficient of drag. Its interior will feature the up and coming era of Audi's screen-based "virtual cockpit" instrumentation reviewed by recent concept autos, for example, the Audi Prologue.
In light of Audi's second-era secluded longitudinal (MLB) engineering, the Q6 will have the capacity to oblige different powertrain alternatives and the most recent driver-help frameworks. The Q6 will offer broad self-sufficient driving elements, coordinating or surpassing those of the cutting edge Audi A8. The Q6 likewise will be fitted with an air suspension, and its body will make broad utilization of aluminum and the completely electric form of the Q6 will utilize segments from the up and coming R8 e-tron. With all-wheel drive, around 500 pull, and more than 500 lb-ft of torque, it will be one of the speediest SUVs available. Audi will offer an inductive-charging choice that gets rid of the need to connect the auto to an electric outlet, yet it won't offer battery swapping, an innovation that Audi CEO Rupert Stadler has over and again discounted. Range is relied upon to surpass 310 miles. Beyond the EV adaptation, Audi is probably going to include a module cross breed show, and the organization could offer a full cell electric as well. The aforementioned plug-in-hybrid and fuel-cell versions are the most likely expansions to the powertrain portfolio, yet there is no choice yet on a routinely fueled Q6. While in fact conceivable, such a model is far-fetched as it would weaken the Q6's market position.
The Audi Q6 is booked for dispatch in mid-2018 as an EV. The module mixture might be propelled in the meantime, or it might follow later alongside other powertrain choices. Costs are not yet settled, but we anticipate that it will altogether surpass the price of the Q5.