The battery pack would be bigger than that of the Q4 e-tron and e-tron models. For reference, the former is available with 51.5 kWh (net)/55 kWh (gross) and 76.6 kWh (net)/82 kWh (gross) battery pack options and the latter with 64.7 kWh (net)/71 kWh (gross) and 86.5 kWh (net)/95 kWh (gross) battery pack options.
To be competitive, the extended-range option in the PPE SUV could have an energy storage capacity of around 100 kWh, as demonstrated in the A6 e-tron concept in April 2021. Arch rival BMW iX arrives in showrooms later this year with an extended-range variant featuring a 100 kWh (gross) battery pack.
Faults and Technical chat for the Audi Q6