Audi A6 Avant e-tron concept could signal return of luxury estates

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The latest concept car from Audi, the A6 Avant e-tron estate, is a marker for new production models to come

Audi has unveiled its latest concept car, the A6 Avant e-tron, at its 2022 Annual Media Conference held in Ingolstadt, Germany. Described by the company as “production-oriented”, the concept car is made on a new ‘PPE’ platform and provides an insight into the design and shape of electric models to soon feature in the Audi lineup. 

“This is a big step for us at Audi in the transformation towards e-mobility, and a very real glimpse into the near future,” said Oliver Hoffmann, member of the board, technical development, Audi. “Let me promise you one thing – the production vehicle will be at least as beautiful. Attractive estate cars or station wagons are called Avant. This has been true for 45 years, and will be in the future.” 

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