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Audi Q6 e-tron prototype being tested

Audi tests the production-oriented Q6 e-tron prototype in the far north.

The near-production The Audi Q6 e-tron is only the beginning of the brand's greatest product assault in its history. Audi will launch more than 20 new cars by 2025, with more than 10 of them being electrified. The upcoming Q6 e-tron vehicle series heralds the arrival of e-mobility at the headquarters in Ingolstadt. Audi's commitment to electric mobility is supported by an in-house battery assembly plant.

Curves and turns in the cold: Audi is presently testing the production-ready Q6 e-tron prototype in the extreme north of Europe under tight safety rules. The new Premium Platform Electric (PPE) technological platform provides the foundation for the future model series. The production-oriented Q6 e-tron prototype, with its 800-volt electrical system, powerful and efficient electric motors, an innovative battery and charging management system, and a newly developed electronics architecture, represents the next major step in the electrification and digitalization of Audi's model range.

The new Q6 e-tron model series, which will be available in SUV and Sportback body configurations, reflects sustainable production, worker upskilling at the Ingolstadt factory, and the company's electric future. Audi is rapidly becoming into a leading provider of connected, fully electric premium mobility. And it is doing so on solid economic grounds: Audi Group achieved record earnings in fiscal year 2022.

“Our Vorsprung 2030 strategy provides the right answers, even in times of multiple crises,” says Markus Duesmann, CEO of AUDI AG. “We are completely focused on sustainability and systematically advancing the digitalization and electrification of our products.”

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