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Revealed: 2025 Audi Q6 E-Tron Quattro Model Makes Its Debut

2024-04-01 10:26:48

Audi has unveiled its all-new 2025 Q6 e-tron, a mid-size EV crossover engineered to set high standards in design, driving dynamics, range, and charging. The four-door boasts completely new Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture, which will be shared by Porsche (and others in the VW Group family) over the upcoming years.

"Built on the new PPE platform, the Audi Q6 e-tron is the next technological leap in premium electric mobility for our customers," said Gernot Dollner, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG, at the world premiere at the main plant in Ingolstadt. "The PPE shows how we are pooling expertise within the Volkswagen Group and thus making electric mobility scalable. Thanks to the PPE, we are able to launch high-volume models with high technical standards in different segments and thus further electrify our portfolio," added the Audi CEO.

The Q6 e-tron will boast a 100-kWh battery pack, complementing its 800-volt architecture. According to Audi, the vehicle will be capable of fast charging at 270 kW, bringing the battery from 10-80% state-of-charge in just 21 minutes. On that note, the automaker is breaking new ground in recapturing braking energy with regeneration. "The Q6's ability to recapture up to 95 percent of braking energy and turn it into 220 kilowatts of charging power represents an industry benchmark in energy management," notes Karl Brauer, executive analyst at

Initially, Audi will offer a Q6 e-tron quattro (382 hp) and a higher-performance SQ6 e-tron quattro model (506 hp). Both will be fitted with a pair of electric motors with staggered sizes to reduce their size. The front axle will feature an asynchronous motor, while the rear axle will have a permanent-magnet-synchronous motor mated to a single-speed gearbox. Audi's quattro permanent all-wheel drive has been tuned to split the torque split based on available traction, and standard bias will be rearward to improve handling.

Regarding range, the Q6 e-tron quattro should deliver about 388 miles per charge, with the SQ6 e-tron quattro model providing about 372 miles on a single charge. The standard model will have a base price of $81,000, while the SQ6 will cost $101,000. (Audi will introduce a Q6 e-tron base model early next year with rear-wheel drive only and a smaller 83-kWh battery pack. The automaker hasn't mentioned pricing for this model as of press time.)

While the sophisticated platform and powertrain capture the spotlight, the Q6 is chock-full of innovative technology, luxury features, and cutting-edge safety equipment. "Beyond its advanced powertrain, the Q6's innovative user interface should offer unprecedented driving experiences, including the merging of head-up display and augmented reality tech for more effective navigation guidance," remarks Brauer.

The German automaker is launching its newest model into an electric segment already crowded by the Tesla Model X, Jaguar I-PACE, and Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV. Next year, it will be pitted against the new Porsche Macan EV and the BMW iX3 crossover. Audi offers some of the most advanced technology, paired with its award-winning design and interiors, which should make it the benchmark for shopping comparisons. And, as Brauer identifies, the company has built a mid-size EV crossover with some staying power. "Audi's aggressive push into next-generation technology is reflected throughout the Q6 e-tron. The 800-volt charging system and all-new electronic architecture preview what we'll see throughout the electric vehicle fleet in the coming years."