An examination of the Audi A6 vehicle’s crashworthiness in six categories, including moderate front overlap, small front overlap, head restraint, side-impact, roof strength, seat comfort, and performance, resulted in a Good grade for the vehicle’s body and structure.
With its standard Matrix-style LED headlights, high beam assist and LED taillights with dynamic rear turn signals, the A6 has a distinct level in the headlight department.
Another prominent feature of Audi 6 is its ability to identify a possible collision as it has a front collision warning and automated emergency braking systems. Audi Pre-sense front may brake the car to prevent it from colliding with anything in the vehicle’s path at speeds up to 84km/h and identify vehicles at speeds up to 249km/h. It also has an optional virtual top view camera system that gives 360-degree surround views of the outside of the car and can aid with tight situations.
Unique features in 2021’s Audi 6:
The Audi A6 lineup for 2021 has undergone a number of changes to make it more appealing to luxury consumers. There is a built-in toll road payment system, keyless ignition on the lowest trim level, and 19-inch wheels, which are the first things you’ll notice. A 10.1-inch infotainment display and a 360-degree surround vision camera system have been included in the Convenience Package of the primary Premier grade.
Additional amenities are included in the Premium Plus grade level, such as lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control. Rear window shades are added to the list of standard equipment for the top-of-the-line Prestige trim. On the outside, the car has a sport-tuned suspension and 21-inch wheels with a distinctive design.
With all these appealing reasons to buy this vehicle, there are few cons also that may stop you from buying this latest darling Audi 6, such as:
- It has limited cargo space and interior storage
- It has multiple screens and a lack of physical control that may be aggravating and confusing
- Its Sport-tuned suspension provides a stiff ride quality