Audi continues to develop its own line of electric models. One of these new products in the future will be the Q6 e-tron electric crossover. It is expected to sit between the Audi Q4 e-tron and the large e-tron SUV in the lineup. Most likely, the presentation of the novelty will take place in the second half of this year, and its sales will begin in early 2023. In addition, it is expected that the novelty will also have a “charged” modification with the addition of RS in the name.
There is no official data on how the “charged” Audi RSQ6 will look like yet. This gave the independent designers of the motor.es portal an opportunity to fantasize about the likely appearance of the future novelty.
According to the rendered image, the RS version will have the same head optics, lower front bumper styling, and grille cap shape as the yet-to-be-revealed Q6 e-tron. In this case, the pattern of this plug is likely to be different. Larger air intakes located on the sides can also be designed in a different way. You can also note the wheels of the original design. There are no images of the rear of the future electric crossover and its interior yet.
According to preliminary information, the Audi RSQ6 will be equipped with an electric installation consisting of two motors (one for each axle) and a quattro all-wheel drive system. There is no information about the power of the system yet. The traction battery will be placed under the floor between the axles, its capacity will probably be equal to 100 kWh. In this case, the power reserve on one charge will be about 700 kilometers.
We also advise you to watch the detailed test drive of the 2021 Audi Q4 e-tron electrocross from the FineAuto team: