Here’s What The New Audi A6 Avant And Allroad Will Probably Look Like

Audi‘s all-new, 2019 A6 saloon is all sharp lines and dynamic edges. Like its A7 and A8 siblings, retained some of the styling cues of the Prologue concept, so it, too, features a more aggressive stance, a more muscular rear and of course a very tech-savvy cabin.

We already knew that the saloon version would land first, with the more practical Avant shall be released at a later date. Whenever that may be, it’s very likely that these drawings courtesy of Kleber Silva could represent an accurate manifestation of the car’s appearance.

Camouflaged prototypes of the Avant were seen sporting the same design lines as the four-door, whereas the rear end also mirrored the latter’s styling with similar, if not identical, taillights, and a visible chrome insert uniting the two light clusters – more or less like on the new A8.

As you can see, these renders do a good job of bringing all those styling cues together, even though the overall length of the taillights seems a bit off (they appear slightly shorter on the real-world 2019 A6 saloon).

Whereas the Avant might look a bit more docile, the Allroad version has a more rugged appearance going for it, which is exactly what Audi’s pseudo-crossover-estate is supposed to have anyway. In fact, we’d expect it to feature more body cladding and increased ground clearance, but Silva clearly thought otherwise.

more photos...
  • roy

    I’m digging that avant

  • TheBelltower

    “…Will Probably Look Like.”

    Oh CS, the grammar is horrendous.

    Nice wagon though.

  • no25

    i think it looks good for the design, but am i the only one that feels the rear end is “too rounded”?

  • Belthronding

    Volvo and Audi has been doing perfect and it seems will be better if it is about wagons.

  • Hoe

    they could have designed a beautiful car, lost chance

  • YUDHA BAGASKARA

    rear bumper could’ve been designed better

Porsche Boxster GTS Goes Against BMW’s Z4 M40i In Straight Line Race

The Boxster GTS has roughly 25 hp more than the Euro-spec Z4 M40i – so who won this German roadsters’ fight?.

Warning: You May Fall In Love With This Modern-Day Lamborghini Miura

With the original widely acknowledged as one of the finest shapes in automotive history, an homage to the Miura would surely find lots of takers.

Connectivity Upgrades Raise 2020 Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Prices By $530

The 2020 NV200 cargo van gains a new 7-inch touchscreen interface with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and SiriusXM Radio.

Kia Admits Stinger Successor Is In Doubt As Sales Didn’t Live Up To Expectations

The sports saloon was always going to be a halo car for Kia, yet they believed it would be successful at least in the U.S. – and that didn’t happen.

G-Power Pumps Up The Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe To 789 HP

Thanks to new turbochargers and software, plus a few other parts, Merc’s super SUV benefits from a significant increase in power.

Semi-Truck Carrying 44,000 Lbs Of Nutella Crashes In Michigan

Good thing the chocolate delight was in jars and not liquid form, or that highway would probably be closed to traffic for more than 2.5 hours .

McLaren Speedtail Build Slot Pops Up For Sale At $5.5 Million

Production of the 1,035 HP hyper GT is limited to 106 units worldwide, so it’s to be expected for flippers to exploit this to the fullest.

Have A Listen At The Tesla Model 3’s Pedestrian Warning Sound

Tesla’s new noisemaker for the Model 3 actually makes two sounds, one for going forward and one for reverse, and they’re (fittingly) futuristic.

California And 22 Other States Sue U.S. Government Over Auto Emissions Standards

The war between the Trump administration, who revoked states’ rights to set their own standards, and state officials is escalating.

Mercedes Is Asking $53k For 22,000-Mile 1982 S-Class In Showroom Condition

Currently residing at the Mercedes-Benz Museum, this classic S-Class has undergone a thorough restoration by the company itself and is accompanied by all documents and invoices .