All-new sedan ousted ahead of Geneva debut
The new-generation Audi A6 has been leaked on an online forum, ahead of its anticipated debut at the Geneva motor show next week.
Compared to the current model, the A6 appears lower and wider for a more aggressive stance, new LED signatures for the head- and tail-lights, and the latest interpretation of the company's six-point front grille.
There are no interior images at this stage, but we're expecting the A6 to offer the company's new dual-screen centre console design that debuted with the A8, along with the company's latest generation infotainment systems and driver-assistance technologies.
Underneath the skin is the Volkswagen Group's MLB 'Evo' architecture, which already underpins several models including the Audi Q7 and Bentley Bentayga – though the A6 will obviously ride lower to the ground.
While unconfirmed, the MLB underpinnings mean the A6 should be available with a range of turbocharged four- and six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, with six-cylinder models available alongside a 48V mild-hybrid system for improved efficiency and a brief performance boost.
The Audi A6 should make its official debut in the coming week, so stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage.