2019 Audi RS6 Avant
2019 Audi RS6 Avant welcome to audicarusa.com discover New Audi sedans, SUVs & coupes get our expert review. A prototype for the redesigned, the fifth generation of Audi RS6 has been seen again. The car has been developed with the new generations of the A7 and the A8, two models with which it shares a lot in common.
Common to all three is the latest evolution of the Audi home of platform and all vehicles with traction along complex motors. It promises some weight savings as well as a new plug-in hybrid options. The current situation RS6, although it has its aluminum construction still weighs more than 4,000 pounds.
Also common is the style, which was previewed with the concept prologue of Audi revealed in the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. The wide, imposing grille and the strong folds rise directly from the concept, as are the geometric-shaped lighthouses.
2019 Audi RS6 Avant Engine
The base engine must be a turbo of 2.0 liters in line-4 delivering 252 horsepower. Above this is likely to be a 3.0-liter turbo V-6 and smooth hybrid system that has already been announced for the new A7. The configuration is good for 340 HP.
And as mentioned above, we should also see a plug-in hybrid option. The latter will feature Audi’s “E-Tron” insignia. Note, the current RS6 has a plug-in hybrid option, but only in China. It combines an on-line-4 with an integrated electric motor with transmission and delivers a peak 245 hp.
The good news is that we can also expect new versions of S6-oriented performance and RS 6. The RS 6 must stick with a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V-8 possibly matching the 605 HP of the current RS 6-Avant performance. It is not clear at this point whether the RS 6 will be offered as a sedan, or whether it will arrive in the United States this time. As for S6, we should see it shrink to a V-6 turbo, probably the 2.9-liter mill found in the last RS 5.
The new RS6 will be built using a modified version of the A8 ‘ s MLB chassis that will help to make as much as 100kg lighter than the old car. It will be powered by a range of four-and six-cylinder engines, including a 2.0-liter e-Tron hybrid gasoline model and a 2.0-liter diesel hybrid using electric turbocharger technology previously installed in the SQ7.
All RS6 are expected to come with an automatic seven-or eight-speed gearbox and a self-driving technology raft. This means you will be able to accelerate, brake and steer for you in traffic in up to 37mph.
The fastest S6 and RS6 Avant models are expected to follow the standard car in production in 2019 with the latter powered by the same 4.0-liter V8 engine as the Porsche Panamea Turbo.
2019 Audi RS6 Avant Interior
Through the cloaked layers in this prototype we can see the new RS6 which will have a front end similar to the last A8 and recently revealed A7. The rounded grille of the old model has been replaced by a much sharper hexagonal element, while the headlights of the new car are wider and thinner than in the outgoing model.
In the back, we can see this prototype of goods does not come with the full width BRAKELights as their larger cousins A7 and A8. Instead, it gets a couple of higher and angular units, reminiscent of the smaller A4. When the camouflage goes out, you can expect a couple of fake chrome leaks to present somewhere in the bumper of the new car, too.
The body styles for the RS6 will once again include the standard sedan you see here as well as a long-wheelbase variant for China. In addition to this, they will also be the Avant and Allroad wagons.
2019 Audi RS6 Avant
We are also waiting for the latest in self-driving technology. Audi is introducing Level 3 auto-driving capability for your next cars. This allows cars to handle some situations without the driver having to watch them, which is not the case for current self-driving technology. For example, the new A8 is able to handle some parking situations as well as driving in traffic at speeds up to 37 mph completely on your own.
Look for the new RS6 to arrive next year as model 2019. You’re not going to have an easy time on the market. The BMW 5-series and Mercedes-Benz e-Class have just been redesigned and there are also some impressive newcomers in this segment, too, such as the Cadillac CT6, Lincoln Continental and Volvo S90.
2019 Audi RS6 Avant Price
The RS6 completed must make its public debut at the Paris Motor Show in October 2018 and go on sale at the beginning of 2019. The entry-level cars are expected to cost approximately £35,000, while the Top-Spec RS6 versions could establish that back more than £90,000.