Range up to
miles of pure electric drive*
All progress needs an engine – or two
Efficiency prevails in the Audi A6 Saloon TFSI e – thanks to the progressive combination of combustion engine and electric motor with up to 40 miles electric range*.
Sporty design as standard
The Audi A6 Saloon 50 TFSI e quattro features not only outstanding performance, but also sporty equipment. You’ll find 20-inch wheels, sport seats in the front, black styling, carbon fibre inlays and more with the Black Edition trim.
Exclusive lounge character
Inside the spacious Audi A6 Saloon TFSI e, you can enjoy features such as the MMI Navigation Plus and Audi Virtual Cockpit.
Take your seat in the front sport seats with Valcona leather upholstery. The seats offer electric four way lumbar support as well as being heated in the front.
4-zone deluxe automatic air conditioning (standard from Sport trim), allows you to set the temperature and air distribution individually for passengers in the back. While an interior filter removes dust particles, odours and allergens in the car.
Smart, efficient technology
The smart technologies in the Audi A6 Saloon TFSI e are designed to support efficient and low-consumption driving.
Choose between three different driving modes to determine whether the car should be powered primarily by the electric motor, the combustion engine or a combination of the two.
In all driving modes, the recuperative braking system helps the car to recover electrical energy and thereby increase the electric range during the journey*.
Unlock your Audi world
Let Audi Connect* improve your driving experience with sophisticated information and entertainment functions to take convenience and driving enjoyment to a new level.
Access a range of additional features with myAudi*, including checking your expected battery range ahead of your journey, monitoring your charging status, and remotely starting climate control before you get in the car, if your car is equipped*. Plus, plan your journey using the e-tron route planner to find not only the fastest route, but the one that is expected to use the least charge, and include charge stops en-route if required.