You Can Casually Cruise The Streets In The 2019 Audi A6 Sedan

Earlier this year, Audi launched the sixth-generation A6 Sedan and A6 Avant, while the high-riding Allroad is also in the works.

The 2019 A6 shares its underpinnings with the new Audi A7, and get some of the technology features from the latest A8 flagship.

Among that we find the three screen layout for the Virtual Cockpit digital instrument cluster, the infotainment system and the lower display that provides access to the climate control and other functions.

Also Watch: All-New 2019 Audi A6 Avant Performs Admirably In First Review

The number of physical buttons has been considerably teduced thanks to the use of the new screens, and the cabin of the 2019 A6 looks cleaner, just like the one in the larger A8. Other features available are the panoramic glass roof, ambient lighting, heating, ventilation and massage functions for the front seats, ionizer and fragrance diffuser and premium sound system, in addition to a choice of different upholsteries and trim details.

There’s no better way of seeing what a car is made of than to grab the wheel and point it wherever you want to go. But if, for some reason, you can’t, a POV driving video is probably the next best thing.

As for the A6 in question, it’s a 45 TDI, which uses a 3.0-liter diesel engine that puts out 231 PS (228 hp / 170 kW) and 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) of torque. It has a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration of 6.3 seconds and a top speed electronically limited at 250 km/h (155 mph).

 

  • Ronald Roman

    I am dizzy…

    • YEAH I CAN’T WATCH THIS TYPE OF VIDEO.

  • Harry_Wild

    It would been nice to see a sideview of the 2019 Audi A6. I have no idea if it a continuous or it a refresh or what?

    • Matt

      It’s a completely new car – as in brand-new shell, not a single body panel or interior part shared with the old car. It’s genuinely a new model, even if in typical Audi fashion a lot of people won’t be able to tell.

  • Ronald Roman

    No, I cannot, they don’t have one on the lot.

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