The headlights of the A6 e-tron concept with Digital Matrix LED technology can project the image of the game that the driver and passenger plays in the vehicle, just like a cinema. Here are the details:
Audi, which made a fast entry to the year with the e-tron GT and then unveiled the Q4 e-tron in the past days, this time with the A6 e-tron concept.
The new Audi A6 e-tron concept gives clues about what the luxury model will look like when it switches to the electric side. On the other hand, the German brand stated that the only similarity between the concept in question and the traditional A6 model is its dimensions. When we look at the measurements, we see that the length is 4.96 meters, the width is 1.96 meters and the height is 1.44 meters.
The mass production version of the A6 e-tron concept will be the first Audi model built on the PPE (Premium Platform Electric) platform . The subsequent Q5 e-tron and Q6 e-tron models will also share the same platform. According to Audi’s statement, the mass production version of the A6 e-tron will be introduced in mid-2022. It should be noted that this platform has been developed with Porsche and will be used in the new generation electric Macan.
The new Audi e-tron concept seems ready for production in many respects. In this context, the mass production version will not change much, at least on the design side. The vehicle, which has a very stylish design, has a body design similar to a five-door coupe rather than the sedan body type of the current model. The German brand paid great attention to the aerodynamic structure here because the air drag coefficient of 0.24 in the e-tron GT was reduced to 0.22 in the A6 e-tron .
Audi models have recently managed to attract attention with their front-back lighting technologies. However, the German brand has raised the bar even higher in the A6 e-tron. Because, according to the statement, Digital Matrix LED lighting, which is stated to be of almost cinematic quality, was used in the front section . The interesting thing is that these headlights act as small projectors and reflect the game you play on the wall.
Audi explains this situation as follows: “For example, you park your car in front of a wall to charge it and you play games to spend time. Thanks to the digital Matrix LED headlights, you can project the image of the game you are playing on the wall in front of you in XXL format instead of being content with the screen in the cockpit and have a more enjoyable time. can control the game via smart phone “. Audi also states that the game in question was developed by Audi specifically for the A6 e-tron model.
Of course, this technology isn’t just for entertainment purposes. These headlights can also project various warnings on the road to warn other road users when necessary. The rear of the Audi A6 e-tron is equipped with full-length taillights with new 3D graphics. Featuring new generation digital OLED technology, these lightings can be personalized to create different light patterns according to the driver’s request.
Let’s get to the technical features. A 100 kWh battery pack is used in the A6 e-tron concept. The model, which uses 800V charging technology, has fast charging support up to 270 kW. Audi states that at stations with fast charging support, a range of 300 kilometers can be achieved with just 10 minutes of charging. In addition, it is possible to reach the battery from 5 percent to 80 percent in 25 minutes. The announced driving range of the Audi A6 e-tron is 700 kilometers in total.
There is an electric motor on the front and rear axle of the Audi A6 e-tron. In this way, the vehicle, which has four-wheel drive, produces a total of 470 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque. According to Audi, the entry-level models – which are likely to use a single electric motor – will accelerate from 0-100 km / h in around 7 seconds. In high-end models, this time will be less than 4 seconds.