Audi redefines class with its seventh generation A6 in India

Audi redefines class with its seventh generation A6 in India

August 3, 2011: Audi, the German luxury car manufacturer, announced the launch of its executive class sedan, the new Audi A6 in India. Propelled by four powerful and highly efficient petrol and diesel engines, this business luxury limousine is priced at INR 37,70,000 for the 2.0 TDI, INR 39,90,000 for the 2.8 FSI, INR 46,95,000 for the 3.0 TDI q and INR 47,00,000 for the 3.0 TFSI q (ex-showroom Delhi). The new Audi A6 was unveiled by Michael Perschke, Head, Audi India.

The new Audi A6 features groundbreaking solutions in every area of technology. The body is intelligently built light, owing to a significant proportion of aluminum components. The range of assistance and multimedia systems is extensive, and operation is intuitive and user friendly.

Embodying ‘business luxury’ in its true sense, the new Audi A6 is a perfect combination of comfort, sophistication and progressive technology, appealing to the evolved needs of the C-suite Indian executive. The roomy interior of the new Audi A6 echoes the sinewy look of the exterior design. The salient element is the “wrap-around” – an inlay encircling the driver and the front-seat passenger. The elegant face of the instrument panel underscores the sleek quality of the cockpit area. Every detail of the interior is a testament to the care that Audi invests in car making. The spacious interior with its rich selection of equipment such as MMI touch, Bluetooth interface, Bose surround sound, comfort key, combined with an elegant exterior makes the new Audi A6 the perfect luxury sedan.

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