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The Audi A6 Avant has finally been revealed, and it’s beautiful


Audi is setting itself up for success with this beautiful and capable new estate car that could give her competitors a run for their money.

The new A6 Avant is just under 5 metres long, around the same length as the A6 Sedan. Initially revealed at the Geneva motor show earlier this year, the luxury car has an impressive 565 litres of luggage compartment space which can be further expanded to 1860 litres by folding down the rear seats.

Majoring in style, the virile car has sharp lines but a sophisticated and sporty finish. It comes in 12 elegant paint colours and customers can choose between the optional sport and design equipment lines in addition to the S line exterior package.

Safety First

The A6 also features top of the line safety equipment including the adaptive cruise control that can keep the vehicle in its lane. In addition to this, customers are spoiled with the option of 3 headlight options with the HD Matrix LED headlights being one of them.

The cockpit of the A6 featuring the Audi’s latest MMI

Speaking of choices, the A6 offers you the decision of picking from a range of mild-hybrid fitted engines, so petrol or diesel, it’s up to you. The A6 is also equipped with the latest version of Audi’s touch response MMI and 12.3 inch digitalised virtual cockpit.

The minimalist, yet fashionable A6 Avant will be available starting at the basic price of 240,666 Singapore dollars as seen on Audi’s official website.

One thought on “The Audi A6 Avant has finally been revealed, and it’s beautiful

  1. Such a Beautiful Car this is,I like this color that make this car so perfect.Now i am unable to buy this but it’s my dream to Buy my most favorite Audi car.

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