Expected to be ready for launch as the all-new Audi Q6 by 2018, the car made its global debut as a concept on the eve of 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Audi e-tron Quattro concept receives an electric power plant, consisting of three electric motors of which one is located on the front axle while two are mounted on the rear axle. These motors function in tandem to produce total output of 435 PS with the option to boost power to 503 PS and over 800 Nm for a brief period.
Acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph is possible in 4.6 seconds while top speed stands at 210 kmph. This lithium ion battery can be charged via an AC or DC electric system with full charge taking about 50 minutes while Audi Wireless Charging technology allows for contactless charging. Audi promises a range well over the 500 km target with the new Audi e-tron Quattro concept sporty SUV.
Audi e-tron Quattro concept measures 4.88 meters long, 1.93 meters wide and 1.54 meters high. Its cabin boasts of a full digital instrument cluster with two touch displays in black glass and aluminium while driver controls are located to the left with display on the right reserved for media and navigation management.
Boot space stands at 615 liters while with rear seats turned down, capacity can be increased to 1725 liters. Interiors are spacious enough for upto four adults with two individual seats at the front and rear.