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2 May 2015
10:00 am

More powerful than ever

Own correspondent

Audi has updated the Audi A6 range with new engines, transmissions, headlights and a new infotainment system that makes the Sedan more efficient, more powerful, more attractive and more sophisticated than ever.

Changes have been made to the single-frame grille, the headlights, air inlets, bumpers, side sills, rear lights and tailpipes. Audi optionally offers headlights with LED technology or Matrix LED technology, combined with dynamic turn signals.

Inside, the top-of-the-line navigation system with the power-

retractable eight-inch monitor is now based on a new technology platform that uses the fast Tegra 30 graphics chip from Audi’s partner Nvidia. The supplemental module, Audi connect, brings tailored online services into the car as well as making the vehicle a

Wi-Fi hotspot.

There are also a wide range of driver assistance systems available, including adaptive cruise control with “stop and go” function. Audi side assist, which uses radar sensors to check blindspots when changing lanes, works closely together with Audi active lane assist, which prevents unintended lane changes. The night vision assistant now includes even more functions, with the Audi pre-sense basic safety system available as an option. Customers are also able to specify the Audi A6 with a head-up display system.

The Audi A6 will only be

available at launch with two models, the A6 1.8T FSI and the

S6 4.0T FSI quattro.

The spacious five-door coupé, the Audi A7 Sportback, is now even more powerful and attractive – thanks to new engine configurations, new transmissions, new headlights, taillights and new infotainment systems.