Audi’s New Q6 e-tron Prototype Takes on Extreme Conditions in the Far North!
The start of the largest model campaign ever undertaken by the brand is marked by the 2024 Audi Q6 e-tron, a vehicle that closely resembles its production version. Audi will unveil over 20 new models by 2025, with more than 10 of them being electric. The Q6 e-tron's upcoming model series is the first step in Ingolstadt's e-mobility revolution. Audi's dedication to electric mobility is demonstrated by its in-house battery production facility.
Audi is testing its production-ready Q6 e-tron prototype in the cold and rugged terrain of northern Europe while adhering to strict safety protocols. The Q6 e-tron is the first model series to use the new Premium Platform Electric (PPE) technology platform and features an advanced 800-volt electrical system, efficient electric motors, an innovative battery and charging management system, and a newly developed electronics architecture. This marks a significant milestone in Audi's efforts to electrify and digitize its model range.
The 2024 Audi Q6 e-tron model series, which is available in both SUV and Sportback body styles, is a symbol of Audi's commitment to sustainable production, employee training at the Ingolstadt plant, and the company's electric future. Audi is rapidly transforming into a leading provider of premium electric mobility that is connected. The Audi Group ended the 2022 fiscal year with record results, and this bodes well for the future. The CEO of AUDI AG, Markus Duesmann, claims that their Vorsprung 2030 strategy is the solution to a variety of crises, and the company is committed to sustainability while also moving forward with the electrification and digitalization of their products.