The new-generation Audi A6 Allroad has been spied again, this time during cold-weather testing on the snowy roads of Europe.
After previously being expected to debut at or around last week's Geneva motor show, it appears the A6 Allroad will be unveiled in the coming months, ahead of a European market launch either late this year or early next.
There's still a bit of swirly black-and-white camouflage, though it's light enough that we can see most of the details the wrap conceals.
Compared to standard versions of the A6 Avant, the Allroad will come as standard with contrasting black bumper and wheel arch extensions, along with a raised ride height – which should be adjustable if the vehicle is fitted with air suspension, which will either be standard or optional.
Expect unique alloy wheel designs to be offered, too, while power should come from a range of turbocharged petrol and diesel engines with 48V mild-hybrid technology as per the A6 sedan and Avant.
However, unlike its low-riding siblings, the Allroad will come as standard with quattro all-wheel drive, and should also be a strictly six-cylinder proposition.
There's no images of the interior as yet, but like the A4 Allroad, expect unique trims and design elements that draw inspiration from Audi's 'Q' SUV range.
Further details will come to light when the new A6 Allroad is revealed later this year. Stay tuned for all the latest.
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