Audi was spied out in the cold testing the new A6. Continuing with the brand’s current design language, the 2019 Audi A6 is expected to be much more aerodynamic than the model it replaces.
With small but important differences, like mirrors affixed to the doors and a slipperier front end, the A6 will cut through the air much more smoothly, helping it get better fuel economy.
Speaking of the front end, it’s also showing off a wide new grille with big headlights.
Under the hood, meanwhile, the A6 is expected to be powered by a range of four and six-cylinder engines. Even the S6 is expected to get a V6, albeit a turbocharged one. Audi Sport, though, is not expected to be satisfied with so few cylinders and is expected to fit Porsche’s 4.0-liter V8 into the RS6.
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Inside, it should have all of the futuristic tech we’ve come to expect from Audi, including the Virtual Cockpit, the new infotainment system, and a design theme that you’ll recognize from its big siblings, the A7 and A8.
Expect Audi to reveal the new A6 late next year, likely at the 2018 Paris Auto Show in October.