New Audi A6 2010 Handsome and refined : Reviews and Specification

New Audi A6 2010 Handsome and refined  : Reviews The new Audi A6 range still provides a perfect balance of supple ride comfort, precise responsive handling and impressive power. But now the range looks even better, with new styling inside and out. Major improvements in performance, fuel economy and emissions have also been achieved by installing new or updated engines. From the A6 Saloon to the supremely powerful 580PS Audi RS 6, every model in the new Audi A6 range now performs even better than before.
I think, an Audi isn't an Audi without quattro. Its what their cars are about and when I get mine I will certainly get quattro, like you have kevolution. The new S4 which isn't out yet looks great and its got some really interesting technology in it like torque vectoring etc which apparently removes understeer and makes the ride even better. I like going round corners fast as well so its good their cars stick to the road. Hmmm... they should consider a new name. Perhaps Steel-Aluminium Space frame? anyway, gosh, someone mentioned spyshot... gosh, there's a word "rendering" below the picture... and besides, it's too much current-ish look and headlights are squinty.
Se i told you so, these brothers of Audihave now run out of ideas, what now, they are already releasing an A6 that or rather an A4 fraternal twin.Pretty soon the A8 will look like an enlarged A6. The Passat will obviiously steal some design cues and all hell will break loose at Audi.Obviously the new A6 won't look anything like this. The article is completely wrong saying that the design is confirmed as being the same as an A4 only larger, thats complete BS. If you believe the article you must be an idiot. Its like believing the next generation E class will look like an enlarged C class. In the case of the A6 and E class they will definitely be different. You'd think that would be obvious. Mechanically, things are far more interesting. Three of the four engines—the 255-hp 3.1-liter V6, 350-hp 4.2-liter V8, and the 435-hp 5.2-liter V10 from the hot-blooded S6 version soldier on with minimal changes, but the supercharged V6 is all new. This 3.0-liter V6 motor belts out 300 hp from the air-pumping effort of a Roots supercharger. The belt-driven blower resides in the valley of the engine and pushes the air past a pair of intercoolers. Thanks to the charge-cooling effects of direct fuel injection—a system used on all A6 engines—the supercharged engine runs a fairly lofty 10.5:1 compression ratio and a maximum boost level of 11.6 psi. While an A6 with the base 3.1-liter engine is available with front-wheel drive and a continuously variable transmission, the rest of the lineup comes standard with a six-speed automatic gearbox (the shift-yourself Tiptronic feature continues) and Audi's Quattro all-wheel-drive system. Speaking of Quattro, it's been revised for 2009 and now sends slightly more engine power to the rear (the front/rear split is 40/60) which should—when combined with a retuned suspension—liven up the handling.

source : audi.co.uk

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