Audi has unveiled a prototype version of an all-electric A6 sedan, which will be available in all major global markets and will be based on a new EV platform that Audi is designing in collaboration with Porsche. The new vehicle, which will be named the A6 E-Tron, will not go into production until at least the second half of 2022, but the German automaker is aiming for a range of 700 kilometers (more than 400 miles).
As per Audi, this includes not only a long-range goal (thanks to a battery pack capacity of about 100kWh), but also a new take on the A6’s sporty sedan look, as well as a slew of high-tech upgrades, especially to Audi’s lighting systems.
Audi’s automobiles and SUVs are as much about the luxury interior experience as they are about the technology that drives them. With that in mind, Audi’s A6 E-Tron design boasts some notable enhancements to its already advanced lighting technology.
The A6 E-Tron will have impressively slim matrix LED headlights of the digital variety, which could also be used as a projector because it is an executive EV. The ultra-advance headlights can also project Audi-developed video games on a wall or garage door to keep the driver and passengers amused.