2025 Audi Q6L e-tron: 435 Miles of Range, a Spacious Interior, and a Long Range in China

2025 Audi Q6L e-tron: 435 Miles of Range, a Spacious Interior, and a Long Range in China

Chinese executive types value legroom in the backseat above all else and prefer to be driven about. With its lineup of extended L models, Audi has long responded to these aspirations; the Q6L e-tron is the newest vehicle to join the stable. However, the additional length provides more than simply legroom because it is electric.

Just the exterior of the Q6L e-tron, which is 4.1 inches (105 mm) longer than the regular Q6 e-tron, was revealed by Audi at the Beijing Auto Show in 2024.

The added length not only gave passengers more room to stretch out, but it also enabled Audi’s engineers to fit more batteries beneath the crossover. Compared to the standard Q6 e-tron, the new Q6L has a battery capacity of 7 kWh more, for a total of 107 kWh.

According to China’s CLTC standard, this implies that the Q6L e-tron (as well as the SQ6 e-tron) will have a range of more than 435 miles (700 km) per charge, as opposed to the shorter model’s 388 miles (625 km). The newest Audi EV, which runs on 800-volt technology, can also charge at up to 270 kW.

At an appropriate charging station, the new Q6L e-tron’s fast-charging capabilities enable it to recover up to 162 miles (260 km) of range in just 10 minutes, and from 10% to 80% of its initial capacity in just 25 minutes.

In the rear-wheel drive type, the batteries will power a 342 horsepower (255 kW / 347 PS) motor; in the twin-motor all-wheel drive form, the batteries will power two motors that together have a total power of 463 hp (345 kW / 469 PS).

Outside, Audi upgraded the Q6L e-tron with more than simply 4 inches of bodywork. The model receives a new front fascia treatment that matches the paint job of the side air intakes and gives the “grille” a gloss black finish to give it a larger appearance. Additionally, Audi promises special paint finishes for the vehicle.

Furthermore, the Q6L e-tron’s digital OLED taillights will have communication capabilities with other cars on the road. The “communication light” flashes a static symbol to alert other drivers about collisions and breakdowns.

Along with a redesigned exterior, Audi has promised that the new Q6L e-tron would have better infotainment technology specifically designed for the Chinese market.

For the Chinese market, the German carmaker has disclosed that the Q6L e-tron would also come equipped with a number of driver aid systems. This comprises the onboard lidar, radar, ultrasonic sensors, and cameras that power the adaptive Driving Assistant Pro and Parking Assistant Pro. Additionally, the model will have V2X technology, which will assist in alerting drivers to nearby hazards and accidents.

Deliveries of the fully functional Q6L e-tron are scheduled to begin in 2025, and Audi intends to unveil the vehicle in Q4 of 2024. When the model is put into production at Audi’s Changchun facility, it will be the first PPE-based EV made in China.

Sanchita Patil

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