Audi have designed a plug -in hybrid that suppresses fuel consumption and CO2 output through a combination of electric-only driving, and intelligent predictive drive management to ensure harmonious interaction between the award-winning 2.0 TFSI petrol engine and 105kW electric motor. With a top speed of 155.3mph, it achieves 0 to 62mph in 6.2 seconds. In electric mode, acceleration is 0 to 37mph in 5.5 seconds.
Driving that produces zero local emissions is the most desirable kind, and with the A6 TFSI e you can make all your daily journeys electrically. This is a vehicle for commuters and long-distance drivers alike. Simply choose between three drive modes: “EV” for all-electric driving, “Hybrid” for efficient combination of both drive types and “Hold” to conserve electrical energy.
The specification includes quattro all-wheel drive with ultra technology, an electronically controlled multi-plate clutch and 7-speed S tronic transmission.
With a total system output of 220 kW, the Audi A6 50 TFSI e quattro delivers a confident performance with agility. For more power, consider the Audi A6 55 TFSI e quattro version which boasts 270 kW total output.
The 270 kW Audi A6 55 TFSI e quattro S line package features black exterior mirror housings and privacy glazing, matrix LED headlights, sport seats, four-zone automatic air conditioning, the Audi virtual cockpit, sport suspension, 19-inch wheels and red brake calipers.
The vehicle’s styling, luxury interior and in-car technology are exactly what you would expect from an Audi executive class saloon. Only this model saves you at the pumps, as well as helping you do your bit to save the planet.
Use it in Hybrid mode, and it will cleverly combine petrol and electric power using Audi’s latest ‘predictive efficiency’ software which calculates the most efficient way to use the available petrol and electricity, getting you to your destination as cheaply as possible.
Plug-in hybrids combine a conventional internal combustion engine (IC engine) and an electric motor supplied with energy from a lithium-ion battery located at the rear. Audi’s smart powertrain management system controls the interaction of the electric motor and the IC engine. It decides when the car will operate in fully electric mode, when energy is recuperated, and when to coast or activate the IC.
The battery can be charged at a charging station or power outlet.
Audi offers various solutions for charging at home. The standard mobile charging system can be used with either a 230-volt household outlet or a 400 volt three-phase outlet. The optional “connect” charging system doubles the charging power to as much as 22 kW. Combined with a home energy management system, it offers intelligent functions such as charging when electricity is less expensive or with solar electricity if the home is equipped with a photovoltaic system. You can control all charging processes as well as pre-heating/pre-cooling via your smartphone with the myAudi app.
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