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Upcoming Models

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Upcoming models

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    The new Audi A5 range: modern sportiness meets premium proportions

    Audi is starting a new chapter in its successful history within the mid-size segment. Launching 30 years after the first Audi A4, the sharpened design language of the latest generation, now called the Audi A5, captivates with premium proportions.

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    Experience Vorsprung durch Technik; the new Audi Q6 e-tron

    The Audi Q6 e-tron is the first production model on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE), marking Audi’s next step as a provider of premium electric mobility. The model is defined not only by impressive driving and charging performance but also by increased efficiency and long range.

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    The Audi A6 Avant e-tron concept
    Dynamic and elegant.

    Audi A6 e-tron concept, the second: as part of its 2022 Annual Media Conference, Audi is presenting the next model in its future electrically powered A6 Luxury Class: the Avant. The company with the four rings introduced the Audi A6 Sportback with an electric drive system almost a year ago at the Shanghai Auto Show in April 2021.

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The Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) is designed to provide a standardised measurement and enables the consumer to make reliable comparisons between vehicles in terms of energy (fuel and/or electricity) consumption, emissions, and electric vehicle range. However, it should be noted that the results of this test may not accurately reflect the actual fuel consumption, emissions, or range that a driver might experience in the real world. Actual results may vary depending on various factors such as driving style, road conditions, temperature, weather, vehicle load, and maintenance. Therefore, the WLTP results should be considered as an indicator of the vehicle's performance and not as a guarantee of the actual energy consumption, emissions, or range that a driver will experience in real-world driving conditions, or for making a vehicle-to-vehicle comparison. All WLTP test values are provided in accordance with New Zealand Land transport Rule: Vehicle Efficiency and Emissions Data 2022.