There is even more good news from Audi for automotive enthusiasts in America because the company is bringing the A6 Allroad back to the United States for the 2020 model year. The all-wheel-drive version is a robust alternative to the long-roof design by adding an air suspension that can raise the body to clear off-road obstacles.
The A6 Allroad runs on an adjustable air suspension changing the height based on the type of riding and the acceleration of the car. The ground clearance can be up to 18.5 centimeters (7.3 inches). It also has hill descent control, assistance with the tilt angle and all-wheel steering.
The 2020 Audi A6 Allroad utilizes a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 with mild-hybrid assistance delivering a maximum of 335 horsepower (250 kilowatts) and 500 Newton-meter (369 pound-feet) torque. The only choice for the gearbox is a dual-clutch seven-speed transmission.
Aesthetically, unlike other A6 models, you could distinguish the A6 Allroad by sporting a grill with chrome slats. This runs on tires measuring 20 inches. The wagon comes standard on the wheel arches and rocker panels with Scandium gray matte paint. Such components, though, are available as an option in body color. As an accent, the front splitter edge, underbody safety, roof rails, and rear diffuser are protected by an aluminum coating.
The Allroad appears just like any other A6 inside. Each version comes standard with a panoramic dual-pane sunroof, interior LED ambient lighting, and stereo Bang & Olufsen.
Customers can also opt for the Anniversary Edition of the A6 Allroad, which is available in the exclusive exterior color Gavial Green. The colour pays tribute to the color of the Highland Green on the Allroad 2000 A6. Sarder Brown leather and Fine Grain Ash Natural Noble Wood trim this special variant on the inside.
At this time, Audi is not giving details about the cost of the A6 Allroad. The model in Europe begins throughout € 61,500.