Big space, 4×4 and huge performance. This could be the electric car that many Norwegians dream of.
When you stick Audi RS emblems on a car, it’s a lot of fun. Then in the form of massive driving characteristics, first-class performance and plenty of engine sound. This is likely to continue. At least almost.
The sound will likely be gone, but the rest of the fun will be kept in what will be an all-new version of the somewhat legendary Audi RS6. It may appear as early as 2023. Then, as you already understood, as an electric car. RS6 e-tron It would apparently be the official name.
The car, like its predecessors, will be based on the A6 e-tron – the electric variant that will replace the current classic A6 family with petrol and diesel engines. Thus it will be the top version of the familiar RS6 model. British car website writes Fitness Trainer.
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Four-wheel drive and high performance
Most people have noticed that Audi is investing heavily in electric cars. The latest new car with an internal combustion engine is supposed to be released from the factory in just five years. Ironically, Audi has never had more models equipped with a Fossil drivetrain. There are 17 model lines in total.
By 2025, they will release up to 20 electric models. The goal is for nearly half of all sales to be electric vehicles. A lot will happen here and fast.
The new A6 e-tron concept has a single electric motor on each axle and thus all-wheel drive. The total power is 469 hp and 800 Nm of torque. Less horsepower, but exactly the same torque, as today’s RS6, which by the way has a 4-liter twin-turbo V8 petrol engine.
In the meantime, the RS6 e-tron will do its best to catch up with the high-performance electric cars that seem to come from rival M division and Mercedes-AMG.
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Still a family car
The new RS6 e-tron is expected to match the most powerful car to date, the Audi e-tron GT. A car that delivers a full 590 hp (or 637 hp with “overboost”) and 829 Nm to offset the inevitable extra weight from the larger battery pack.
Rumor has it that we can expect the sprint from 0-100 km/h to disappear in about 3 seconds. So there will be no slowdown in traffic. In addition, there is a lack of information and technical data about the upcoming news.
But the space in the passenger compartment and the luggage compartment should be as large as today’s RS6. In other words, it’s still a true family rocket.
This article was published in cooperation with broom.
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