Audi has performed a series of visual and technical updates to the A6 Sedan, A6 Avant and A7 Sportback, for the new model year.
On the outside, the two A6 models feature bolder contours surrounding the air inlets, a more angular shape for the side skirts, and a tweaked rear bumper with a new diffuser.
There’s also LED lighting in the interior and luggage compartments of the updated models, along with new inlays in Aluminum Ellipse silver and a long list of features that include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility on the MMI monitor, inductive charging function of the Audi phone box and two Audi tablets at the rear, part of the entertainment system, which connect to the car and can also be used away from it.
On the 2017 Audi A6 Allroad Quattro, the brand has added a Soho Brown paint finish, new color structure gray for the add-on parts and 20-inch wheels, while inside, the car has sport seats finished in Valcona leather, Santos brown with new silver contrasting stitching and velour floor mats.
Audi now offers refreshed A6 and A7 have received two new colors, Matador Red and Gotland Green, with the latter available on S models, while the Java Brown, previously available on the A6 Allroad, is now offered on the A6 Sedan, A6 Avant and A7 Sportback too. Completing their updated exterior are two new wheel designs available for the A6 and three for the A7 Sportback.
Opting for the S Line package gets you new radiator grille with matte black accents, gloss chrome slats, side air inlets in chrome and chrome rings on versions equipped with adaptive cruise control.
The upgraded Audi A6/A7 family will be available to order across the globe soon, with deliveries to begin this summer.