The PPE platform provides a flat floor that allows for a lower roofline, without sacrificing space on the inside. Its dimensions are slightly bigger than the current A6, making it very much an executive saloon.
The exterior design on this concept is very contemporary, as expected. Its body is smooth and curved with barely any sharp edges. Its closed off grille and sloping rear window helps to consolidate its minimalist and futuristic look.
Despite its flat flooring, Audi have still found room to house a battery that is capable of giving this saloon a predicted range of over 434 miles. It’s also estimated that the quickest variants will be able to exceed a 0-60mph of 4 seconds.
Its 100kWh battery will be compatible with 270kW charging that can get you around 186 miles of range in just a 10-minute charge.
Another notable addition to this car is its use of OLED technology in a full-width tail light bar. The design is bold and striking and offers potential to customise the light signature.
The cool lighting features don’t end there. Projectors on the sides and corners of the car are capable of projecting images onto the floor and the headlights can project images onto walls when parked. This allows for drivers to play projected video games when parked, or charging.
Rear-wheel drive and quattro versions of this A6 will also be expected upon its launch in a couple of years time.