Audi has released the latest A6 Allroad Quattro after having unveiled the Q3 Vail Concept and the A4 Allroad at the Detroit Auto Show. Just like the first two generations of the model, this one continues to build on the A6 Avant wagon and extend its range of uses by giving it off-road capabilities. As Audi itself puts it in the press release, “when the asphalt ends, it just keeps on driving”.
The car features flared fenders, roof rails, stainless steel underbody plating, and is 2.36-inch higher than the Avant, making it an ideal vehicle for off-road experiences. Audi decided to offer four different engine options for this beautiful vehicle, each with direct injection and turbochargers. The three diesel versions will have outputs of 204 hp to 313 hp, while the gasoline version will put out 310 hp and 324 lb-ft of torque.
There is no word on the vehicle’s availability in the U.S. right now, but we hope more will be revealed in the days to come.