Audi Upgrades the A6
INGOLSTADT, GERMANY – Audi has again upgraded its luxury class A6 model.
Efficient engines have been added to the drive-train lineup, with innovative
technologies cutting fuel consumption by about 15 percent across the whole
model range. An improved suspension and new high-tech assistance system give
the driver even greater control over the car. And the new-generation MMI
control system is out-performing itself. The revamped A6 will be launched in
the German market in late summer, according to www.vwvortex.com.
In 2007, Audi sold about 234,000 units, giving the A6
a 37 percent market share among its core competitors. Most of the A6s sold were
equipped with six- or eight-cylinder engines, permanent 4x4 quattro, and a
luxury assortment of optional equipment. Its design is emphasized by a range of
bold new accents, perfectly articulating the A6’s strong personality. The
single-frame grill, bumpers, air vents and fog lights have all gotten a
The optionally-available xenon plus, LED daytime
running lights have been redesigned as horizontal strips with 6 LEDs each.
Other options include Audi adaptive light, a dynamic cornering light system,
and the high-beam assistant that automatically switches between the high and