New look for Audi A6

and A7

Audi A6 Avant, 2017
Audi A6, 2017, front
Audi A6, 2017, interior

AUDI is making changes to its executive class A6 and A7 Sportback ranges including interior upgrades and new equipment.

The basis for the updated A6 and A6 Avant ranges is a new SE Executive specification level, which replaces the entry level SE.

It gives the luxury Audis a bolder look courtesy of a new front apron incorporating more pronounced air inlets with gloss black horizontal struts, more sculpted side sills and a restyled rear bumper now housing a new diffuser at its lower edge.

The sportier stance struck by the S line and top flight Black Edition models has also been enhanced with a new radiator grille with a matt black surround and chrome slats flanked by side air inlets also fringed with chrome.

The A6 and A7 Sportback models are now available with the Audi smartphone interface in combination with an optional Technology Pack bringing AppleCarPlay and AndroidAuto to the car.

Detail upgrades to the standard equipment lists have also been made across the A6, A7 Sportback, S6 and S7 Sportback and A6 allroad ranges, starting with the addition of LED interior lighting, front seat heating and electric lumbar adjustment.

The A6 saloon range starts at £32,995 with the Avant costing from £35,095. The A7 Sportback starts at £46,865.


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