First drive: 2024 Audi Q6 e-tron. Next-generation Audi electric on the road | Electrifying

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Do not panic. The paint task you see on this Audi isn't something you will have the ability to receive from you local dealer when this vehicle goes on sale at the end of 2023. The reason for the ostentatious Audi wrapping is to indicate that this is a model. And while we are used to getting early drives of brand-new cars and trucks, this Q6 is especially interesting. It is the first vehicle to utilize a collection of parts which will underpin a lot of classy new electric models from Audi and Porsche. Perhaps even a Bentley.

The Q6 is the exact same below as the brand-new Porsche Macan and the all-electric A6. This is the very first possibility we've needed to attempt this piece of the future. Audi says the bits beneath the Q6 will "redefine the market's benchmarks in regards to efficiency, range, and charging.

The Q6 name most likely hands out where this vehicle fits in the Audi line up– it's smaller sized than a Q8 e-tron but larger than the Q4. It is due to go on sale at the end of 2023 with a price I've been guaranteed will start with a 5. That's going to be good value, because a BMW iX3 begins at ₤ 64,000.

The figures we have actually seen for the Q6 make that 'redefining' claim appear like a little bit of an exaggeration, but the figures are certainly impressive.

Join Tom as he takes a very first drive of the new in prototype form. Is the future intense for Audi's next-generation electric cars? Let us know in the remarks listed below.

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28 responses to “First drive: 2024 Audi Q6 e-tron. Next-generation Audi electric on the road | Electrifying”

  1. Ianmundo Avatar

    Audi haven’t learned, they’re still keeping features that are standard on Teslas as expensive optional extras. Why should I have to “ask” the car for extra 20hp, is standing on the pedal not enough of a request for full power? 🤦🏼‍♂️

    1. Shreyash Anand Avatar
      Shreyash Anand

      I think it’s a boost function.

  2. MSM Avatar

    I don’t know if it’s just me but it looks a bit like a Citroën cactus especially from the front…

  3. Michael Englund Avatar
    Michael Englund

    Haha! Audi being good at efficiency? 😂 Audi just throws a huge battery inside so you are lying.
    To not focus on efficiency is to be wasteful with resources, makes them expensive and it delays the transition to renewables.

  4. Mr Mawson Avatar
    Mr Mawson


  5. Robert Purdie Avatar
    Robert Purdie

    If manufacturers really cared about the environment they’d focus on smaller, lighter more efficient cars. Instead we get loads of bloated suvs.

    1. Joe Juan Avatar
      Joe Juan

      no corporations care about environment, only quarter earning

    2. Neojhun Avatar

      If this lives up to the range claims, it is weirdly efficient. Big doesn’t mean it’s thirsty.

    3. Robert Purdie Avatar
      Robert Purdie

      @Neojhun it has a giant battery to be fair

    4. Graham Woliter Avatar
      Graham Woliter

      Let’s see more of the like of MGs etc with low prices high mileage vehicles.

  6. Ryan Lucia Avatar
    Ryan Lucia

    Any word on a small Q2 e-tron. Bigger is not always better 😂

  7. Jeffrey Cooper Avatar
    Jeffrey Cooper

    I like the paint job – a bit WRC old school.

  8. Buddhas' Palm Avatar
    Buddhas’ Palm

    range is more important than oomph.

    1. Be Low Below Avatar
      Be Low Below

      Accessibility affordability and practicality is more important

    2. SuperlightR400 Avatar

      True, but once you get to 400 miles ish do people really need more?
      And I don’t think it’s a case of you can’t have both. If you want less oomph and more range just get RWD one.

  9. Be Low Below Avatar
    Be Low Below

    A bright new idea would be a respectable electric A1 and A2 – that aren’t crossovers.

    1. Michael Avatar

      A1 definitely 👍

  10. Ian Bunn Avatar
    Ian Bunn

    Why o why does it need a pretend grill.

  11. SuperlightR400 Avatar

    Audi etron efficiency still not great then if it’s getting 375 miles from 100Kwh. Should really be in the 400s. Perhaps with smaller wheels and RWD only it’s better.
    I was expecting more from the new VW eMotor tbh. Tesla still smashing them on efficiency.

  12. Daniel Peixoto Martins Avatar
    Daniel Peixoto Martins

    Nothing to see here… Just another boring, bland SUV…move along folks!

  13. Paul Darlington Avatar
    Paul Darlington

    What we want is an A3 EV.

  14. stoner27th Avatar

    looks like a hyundai kona ev

  15. Michal Klucz Avatar
    Michal Klucz

    AQ6 Avant please!

  16. Darren Wallis Avatar
    Darren Wallis

    I hear the words ‘Audi’ and ‘SUV’ and my eyes slowly roll into the back of my head…

  17. Ian Jones Avatar
    Ian Jones

    Where are they?

  18. matt weller Avatar
    matt weller

    Another informative motoring video by Tom.

  19. BordersW123 Avatar

    So they let you test it in summer on an island with a 50mph limit. Almost like they did it on purpose 😉

  20. Helipeek Avatar

    Anybody else think that Audi’s PR department may have spent a bit too long watching that Barbie film?

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