2019 Audi S6: Release Date, Specifications, And Price
Audi A6 went through a lot of redesigns in 2018, and after six years it is finally on the market. Now, it is time for the other sedan to make their appearance which is S6 which have been seen on public roads. The sedan is still under the curtain, but some details about this car have been revealed to us. The exterior of this car is based on the A6 model, and it also takes all the features that were present in the midsize sedan. This has a front fascia that is a splitter-like element at the bottom with dark chrome and aluminum-look trim. The vents in the bumper are fake because of that structure doesn’t look as cool as it should. There are many other notable things like beltline that is just above the door handles, the slightly beefed-up rear haunches, and a sporty pair of side skirts. The most recent highlights include aluminum-look mirror caps and exclusive 20-inch wheels, and optionally you can get 21-inch wheels to go with the lowered suspension.
Interior of 2019 Audi S6 possesses a 10.1-inch diagonal which includes the latest MMI system with navigation and all the apps offered in the big Audi models. On the other hand, the 8.6-inch screen below provides access to the climate control system, text input, and other convenience functions. The last one is a 12.3-inch display that replaces the traditional analog dials and provides info on speed and navigation. Moreover, the black surface and materials are combined with the contract stitching on the door panels, steering wheel, center console as well as the seats. Because of that, you can choose between two upholstery options. First one is a standard package that is a combination of leather and Alcantara; you can pay extra for a high-end Valcona leather cabin. Second, is you got a Rotor Grey or Arras Red colors instead of the usual black?
In the US, Audi S6 will be using a mild-hybrid powertrain with a 2.9-liter V6 gasoline engine. This engine possesses a conventional exhaust-driven turbocharger and an electric compressor. This produces a 450 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque. This tremendous power is channeled to four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. In other markets of the world, S6 will have a 3.0-liter diesel V6 in place of the gasoline engine. It has a turbocharger and electric compressor to its gasoline counterpart which only produces 349 hp and 516 lb.-ft. of torque. The release date and the price of this car haven’t been revealed to us but I think it will go on sale late this year, and its price will start around £50,000.