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The new product is called Q6 e-tron performance and is equipped with one electric motor paired with a battery with a capacity of 100 kilowatt-hours. On one charge, the crossover travels 641 kilometers, and acceleration to the first “hundred” takes 6.6 seconds. In the Q6 family, the performance variant will join the all-wheel drive Audi Q6 e-tron quattro and SQ6 e-tron. But the cost will be noticeably cheaper – from 68,800 euros.

Audi has announced a new version of the Q6 e-tron electric crossover. It will be called performance, and in relation to the “Ku-6” the prefix does not mean increased power, but a low price and an increased power reserve. This Q6 e-tron will cost from 68,800 euros. Deliveries will begin in the third quarter, most likely after the older Audi Q6 e-tron quattro and SQ6 e-tron.

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The Q6 e-tron is Audi’s first-born model on the PPE platform, which the crossover shares with the electric Porsche Macan. The Q6 e-tron quattro and SQ6 e-tron variants come with dual-motor all-wheel drive, but the Q6 e-tron performance only has one motor, on the rear axle. Its power is 240 kilowatts, or 326 horsepower. The battery is the same – with a capacity of 100 kilowatt-hours (94.9 kWh available), and on one charge the car will travel up to 641 kilometers in the WLTP cycle. Acceleration to 60 mph in the performance version takes 6.6 seconds.

When compared with other Q6 e-trons, the quattro at its peak produces 396 horsepower, the SQ6 e-tron – 517. Electric cars can accelerate to “hundreds” in 5.9 and 4.3 seconds, respectively. Their rated range is slightly less: 625 kilometers for the standard crossover and up to 598 for the S version. In ten minutes, the reserve can be replenished by 255 kilometers, while in the Q6 e-tron quattro this figure is 260 kilometers. Prices for the all-wheel drive Q6 e-tron start at €74,700.

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