Audi covers almost every part of the car with camouflage, but some elements are peeking out from under the skin. Thin rear lights and Q6 hazard markers are visible. The Sportback has a fastback-like roof design. This will eat up cargo space and rear headroom, but the design stands out from other boxy crossover models.
The Audi E-Tron GT and Q4 E-Tron are released with in-dash screens, while Q6 spy shots show a screen protruding from the dash. The digital instrument panel must be located in front of the driver's seat.
Powertrain details remain unknown, but the electric car should appear in a single or dual motor configuration. Range and power remain unknown as well, but the top-level RS version can produce up to 600 hp (447 kW). The new Q6 will share its PPE platform with the upcoming Porsche Macan EV.
Audi has not set a date for the introduction of the new electric car, but it should appear no later than 2023.