The 2020 Audi A6 allroad quattro has been officially presented. The off-road wagon got a 3.0-liter economical diesel engine in three available power options and a mild-hybrid system (MHEV) saving fuel.
The first Audi A6 allroad was sold in 1999. Thus, introducing a new fourth-generation off-road station wagon, the company also celebrates the 20th anniversary of the model.
The new A6 allroad quattro has all its characteristic systems: four-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension and increased ground clearance.
The cross wagon received a 3.0 TDI diesel engine, available in three power options: 231hp (500Nm / 368.8lb-ft), 286hp (620Nm / 457.3lb-ft) and 349hp (700Nm / 516.3lb-ft). The claimed fuel consumption is max 6.6 liters per 100km, even for the most powerful version. Transmission: 8-speed automatic tiptronic.
All three engines are mated with a mild-hybrid technology (MHEV), which, as they say, makes driving even more convenient and can reduce fuel consumption in actual driving conditions by 0.4 liters per 100km (62mi).
Some believe that this vehicle is designed for middle-aged and older buyers. For young people, its appearance is too academic. Maybe so, but practice shows the Audi A6 allroad attracts customers of all ages, especially if they like outdoor activities and travelling.
In particular, even the 3.0-liter diesel engine enables to freely tow a 2.5-ton trailer: a camper, a boat, a quad bike, whatever.