2019 Audi S6 Release Date
2019 Audi S6
2019 Audi S6 Review – The current S6 is one of the fastest four-door sedans on the market, with one of the most discreet aspects that makes it very impressive to watch. Unfortunately, however, the current model is going out of style, but that was to be expected since the A6 has been around for a while. Fortunately, the car will be replaced in the near future by a new vehicle. With the new model, they will also launch the Audi S6 2019, a new high-performance sedan that could easily become the fastest car in its class.
The S6 also offers better performance and fuel economy through a lighter platform, improved materials and new or revised engines. The new A6 should start in the first half of 2018, but the S6 should not be far behind.
The S6 will have the same style tracks, but as usual, will have a more aggressive exterior and a more powerful powertrain.
2019 Audi S6 Interior
The new grill has three horizontal bars at the top, three more in the center with the bottom of plastic and one below. While the main grille does not have the honeycomb mesh seen on the RS models, the side vents on the bumper have a similar design.
The headlights are also based on the A8. Not only are they thinner, they also have a more angular design. Together with the new grille, they give the car a more sporty and wider look. The rounding of the new S6 is the element in the form of a separator in the lower part of the bumper and a more muscular engine bonnet.
The rear is also completely camouflaged and equipped with prototype taillights, but I’m sure I can see a thin bar of light that runs just above the location of the license. This means that the taillights will mimic those of the A8, in the same way that the new E-class takes much of the larger S-class. Two characteristics seem to distinguish the S6 from the standard model: a small spoiler on the boot lid and the bottom
2019 Audi S6 Interior
The 2019 Audi S6 will present a much smaller cabin. This will allow Audi to concentrate on providing the best experience without having to give the driver the impression that there is no place for it.
Expect a standard digital driver screen, a massive panoramic infotainment system and all the best Audi materials. The S6, being the performance model, will probably receive carbon fiber inserts, Alcantara in the seat reinforcements and the possibility of an Alcantara upholstery.
A large screen should replace the board and provide data on speed, rpm, fuel economy and much more. The screen should have a custom start screen and some unique features compared to the A6 standard, but we will learn more about this when the sedan is released. Although performance cars are usually equipped with sports steering wheels, the S6 will probably not be equipped with a flat bottom unit. Instead, the steering wheel should be identical to the A6 backrest for some additional buttons, and an “S6” badge on the lower radius. However, Audi will probably offer an optional RS-style flat bottom wheel.
Leather should be standard on the S6, but customers will also have the opportunity to obtain Alcantara inserts. The carbon fiber edge can also be offered in addition to the usual aluminum, but you will have to pay extra for the lightweight material. As usual, the standard upholstery will be black, but if you prefer a sharper contrast, you can find some bright colors, such as white and red, in the list of options. Contrasting stitching, red “S6” badge and very bright surfaces must complete the design.
2019 Audi S6 Engine
The current S6 is a powerful sedan thanks to its turbocharged 4.0-liter V6 engine, with 450 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque, but production is expected to increase significantly for the new model. On the other hand, Audi has recently trimmed some engines, and we have seen the V-8 replaced by a smaller twin-turbo V-6 of 2.9 liters. A similar motor has been introduced for the new RS5. In the coupe, the V-6 presents 450 horsepower and 442 foot-pounds. A similar start would not be a major improvement in the S6, but the lighter bases and improved aerodynamics should bring significant improvements in the performance department. However, I think Audi will push the V6 a little further, probably around 470 hp and 460 lb-ft.
With these numbers, the improved automatic transmission and all the improvements mentioned above, the sprint from 0 to 60 mph should go from 4.4 seconds to 4.2 or 4.1 more attractive tics. On the other hand, the maximum speed will remain blocked at 155 mph. The S Tronic automatic transmission must be new, while the standard Quattro all-wheel-drive system must be delivered in a revised version compared to the outgoing model. Software changes and new electronic components will make the new S6 more responsive and agile.
2019 Audi S6 price and Release
Like most new generation vehicles, the next S6 should be a little more expensive than the outgoing model. With the A6 base prices likely to increase from $ 47,600 to almost $ 50,000, the S6 should be around $ 72,000 or $ 73,000 before the options. The current sedan starts at $ 70,900 in the United States.