Audi A6: Back in Black | New Release - Car News Apr 2019


14:32 Thursday 25 Apr 2019

Two new top spec Black Edition versions of the Audi A6 will go on sale this month.

Priced from £44,635 on-the-road, the new models represent the first time the popular Black Edition specification has been made available on the latest generation A6 Saloon and A6 Avant.

Black Edition models build on the performance-focused S Line trim with the addition of 20-inch V-spoke matt titanium alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, black-finished radiator grille surround, black-finished front air intakes, black-finished door mirror housings and rear diffuser, and on Avant models, black-finished roof rails.

Other features include Matrix LED headlights, Alcantara sports seats, multifunction steering wheel with shift paddles, two full HD touchscreen displays – 8.8 inches and 8.6 inches respectively – full-colour Driver Information System, and Audi Smartphone Interface.  Black Edition models can be upgraded with a Technology Pack, Tour Assist, City Assist, powered door closure, acoustic glazing, and a 1,920-watt B&O 3D sound system.

The entire line-up of mild hybrid powertrains currently offered on the A6 range can chosen in Black Edition form.

Full information can be found at Audi retailers.


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