2019 Audi A6: Not Afraid Of Change Anymore?

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Audi have shown us that they are not afraid of change anymore with the 2019 Audi A6 as it now looks very different from the model that came before it thanks to it having the Prologue Concept design.

While the 2019 Audi A6 that we saw was covered up under camouflage, you can see that the headlights are now tapered, the bonnet has contour, the grille is now a lot wider than before and massive and the wing mirrors have found a new position.

If you look even closer at the 2019 Audi A6 you can spot the Prologue profile creases on the rear ¾ angle, to the front and right under the shoulder line of the vehicle. This gives the vehicle a look that is more aggressive and dynamic.

According to the spy photos the Audi A6 will be given an LED strip between the tail lights, of course as the vehicle is camouflaged so well this has been impossible to tell right now. It is thought that it will take on the look of the A7 and A8, this is thanks to all three being designed at the same time.

The 2019 Audi A6 should offer up plenty of gadgets and it should come with tech that would put the Mercedes Benz E-Class and BMW 5-Series in the shade. The Prologue concept came with the button-less centre console but whether this will apply to the Audi isn’t known.

The A6 is going to offer the MLB architecture and this means it will have a combo of aluminium, high strength steel and CFRP. The vehicle is going to be lighter than them model out at the moment.

The 2019 Audi A6 should come in several choices of diesel and petrol engines in four-cylinder units along with the V6 3 litre and V8 4 litre engines. It is also possible that we might see a PHEV e-tron version.

We are expecting to see the Audi A6 in wagon and sedan variations and the A6 Allroad should make its way out at some point in time.

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