Audi A6 special edition to celebrate sale of 6000 units in India
Audi A6 special edition to celebrate sale of 6000 units in India. Safety features highlight inclusion of rear side Airbags to maximize protection of passengers.
Features like Adaptive Air Suspension with Audi Drive Select have been provided which allow the user to select from four different modes comprising of Comfort, Dynamic, Auto and Individual. An efficient 4 zone air conditioner system cools the car based on intensity of the sun thereby providing cooling suitable for the temperature. MMI Touch offers new features that allow one to operate without taking their eyes off the road. A remote has also been provided so that rear seat passengers can control the MMI.
Entertainment features include a 14 speaker Bose Surround Sound System with a 3 Dimensional Listening experience. Safety features highlight inclusion of rear side Airbags to maximize protection of passengers while the exteriors boast of LED lights with an approximate life span of 10,000 hours. Special edition of the Audi A6 will be available in two petrol variants viz. 2.0L TDI and 3.0L TDI with prices starting at Rs. 46.33 lakh ex showroom Delhi (introductory price imited period offer).
Michael Perschke, Head, Audi India said, “With the introduction of the special edition we would like to thank our loyal customers for making the Audi A6 a huge success. Winner of the ‘World car of the Year’ award, Audi A6 has been a huge success in India, right from the time it was launched. Keeping in line with our top down strategy most key features from our flagship Audi A8 are now available in the Audi A6. The features and equipment which the new Audi A6 has as standard is a segment first- thus the new Audi A6 offers maximum value in its competitive segment. We are confident that the special edition Audi A6 will set new standards in the luxury-class sedan category in India.” He added, “The front co-driver’s seat adjustment is a feature we took from our successful A6L in China and adopted it specifically for the Indian market.”