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      12-13-2019 08:17 PM #1
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      New sleigh, who dis? 2020 Audi A6 allroad arrives in time for the holiday season


      2020 A6 allroad arrives stateside in time to haul presents and gather the family
      High versatility and maximum comfort with enhanced capabilities on and off paved roads, enabled by standard adaptive air suspension
      Benchmark infotainment, full suite of standard and available driver assistance systems
      HERNDON, Va., December 13, 2019 – Whether making first tracks on the ski hill, arriving at the theatre, or transporting out of town guests, the 2020 A6 allroad is poised for the road ahead. The Avant merges distinctive design with capable hardware to match the vehicle’s versatile, and rugged heritage. The A6 allroad is equipped with a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 TFSI® engine that delivers power and torque for every adventure.

      Following the success and enthusiast fanfare of past generations, the A6 allroad returns to the U.S. following its original introduction in 2000. The allroad derivative offers an A6 level fit and finish, with in-vehicle technology that yields a truly premium, yet highly capable experience.

      The standard adaptive air suspension gives drivers a choice between six user-selectable driving modes to best meet nearly any driving situation with comfort and a lift up to 1.8 inches over the standard ride height. Dynamic all-wheel steering allows increased maneuverability and dynamics, while hill descent control makes ease of navigating steep terrain with tilt and angle displays.

      The spacious interior of the A6 allroad offers seating for five with ample leg room and 30 cubic feet of cargo capacity with the rear seats up. Enthusiasts can pay homage to the model’s history with the available 20th Anniversary Edition package, incorporating additional design cues from the original allroad including an exclusive Gavial Green exterior color option.

      DESIGN
      The dynamic and refined design of the A6 is merged with distinct allroad traits including striking off-road enhancements to emphasize the wagon’s character and unique heritage.

      Exterior design highlights:

      Wheel arches and rocker panels painted in Scandium gray matte that contrast the body paint to emphasize rugged elements. A full paint option is also available for a more refined esthetic
      A wide allroad-specific grille with chrome vertical slats and 20-inch wheels differentiate the wagon from its sedan counterpart
      Alu-optic finish can be found on the standard roof rails, front blade and underbody protection, and the allroad-specific diffuser in the rear, to further complement the Avant design cues of the vehicle
      Dual pane panoramic sunroof offer an outside-in effect for driver and passengers alike
      Matrix-design LED headlights with high beam assist and LED taillights with dynamic rear indicators are standard equipped for enhanced illumination and signature lighting design

      Interior design highlights:

      Dark Brown Walnut Natural Wood inlays
      Four-zone climate control
      Heated front seats, eight-way power with driver four-way power lumbar and driver memory
      Heated, three-spoke multifunction steering wheel with shift paddles
      Available dual pane acoustic glass

      20th Anniversary Edition:

      Gavial Green exterior with Scandium Gray contrast, the color takes its cues from the Highland Green color of the original A6 allroad
      Sarder brown Valcona leather with Fine Nappa Accents, accentuated by Fine Grain Ash Natural Noble Wood inlays
      Illuminated doorsills with “allroad” logo
      Pedals and footrest in stainless steel, a leather seat base, and leather airbag cap with contrast stitching
      POWERTRAIN AND PERFORMANCE
      The 2020 A6 allroad is equipped with the same engine as the A6 55 TFSI sedan, a turbocharged 3.0-liter TFSI® engine that produces up to 335 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. As a result, the A6 allroad can sprint from 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds.

      The seven-speed S tronic® dual-clutch automatic transmission transfers power to a quattro® with ultra® technology that balances performance and efficiency. This technology allows for intelligent, proactive control of the all-wheel drive system to help predictively modify the torque application as the driver demands or the driving conditions require whether it be on-road or off, snow, dirt or pavement.

      KEY SPECIFICATIONS
      2020 A6 allroad

      3.0 TFSI® quattro ultra AWD

      Seven-speed S tronic®

      335 hp

      369 lb-ft


      CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION
      A specially tuned adaptive air suspension with controlled damping allows the A6 allroad to handle a variety of driving situations, making it ready for the adventure ahead. Ride height is adjusted depending on the mode set using the Audi drive select system and road speed. At its maximum height, the allroad sits 1.8 inches higher than the A6 sedan to enable additional clearance over rugged terrain. Drivers can choose between six driving modes to best fit nearly any driving scenario.

      Auto: provides the most balanced engine and chassis response
      Comfort: lighter steering feel and smoother throttle input makes smooth and comfortable driving (standard right height)
      Dynamic: heavier steering feel along with immediate throttle responses and sporty gear changes (-0.6 inches lower)
      Individual: driver chooses each setting according to preference
      Allroad: provides increased ground clearance (+1.2 inches) at speeds up to 21.7 mph
      Offroad: provides an additional 0.6 inches of lift above Allroad mode, when traveling under 21.7 mph
      The A6 allroad also offers additional standard comfort features including standard hill descent control, tilt angle assist and available dynamic all-wheel steering. When negotiating light terrain, the driver can call up a display on the MMI monitor that shows the current tilt angle in the longitudinal and transverse directions – displaying a warning when the vehicle is at risk of tipping over. On a steep slope, the hill descent control limits the speed to a speed decided by the driver and brakes all four wheels selectively and individually as necessary. On loose surfaces the system provides additional braking support by using a special ABS brake function.

      TECHNOLOGY
      Inside, the A6 allroad features the same extensive infotainment range found in the A6 model line. The MMI touch response® is comprised of two large, high-resolution touch displays. The upper, 10.1 inch display controls the infotainment, allowing the user to arrange the location of central vehicle functions using a drag-and-drop technique, making it intuitive to use like a smartphone.

      The lower, 8.6-inch display is used for climate control, comfort and convenience functions and for natural handwriting input with whole-word recognition. Users can write a word left to right, or in one spot, and the MMI is designed to identify each letter. Alternatively, a full QWERTY keyboard can be used, like on a smartphone.

      Additional technology features include:

      Standard Audi virtual cockpit featuring a 12.3 inch display that offers HD resolution of 1920 x 720 pixels. The driver can choose between two viewing modes – classic and infotainment. The virtual cockpit helps to enhance the infotainment and navigating experience through the large satellite imagery or 3D city maps (requires Audi connect PRIME) supported with 4G LTE (where available)
      Standard Audi phone box connects compatible smartphones with the vehicle’s antenna for boosted signal and charges the phone inductively
      Standard Audi smartphone interface provides Apple CarPlay® and GoogleTMAndroid Auto integration for compatible devices, helping make smartphone interactions easier for the driver
      Standard on Prestige models, the full-color head-up display projects relevant driving information in the driver’s field of vision.
      Standard Bang & Olufsen 3D Premium Sound System
      DRIVER ASSSISTANCE SYSTEMS
      The all-new A6 allroad offers a comprehensive suite of standard and available driver assistance systems to help ensure peace of mind on the road.

      Driver assistance features:

      Available Adaptive Cruise Assist (ACA), a “hands-on” system that helps the driver with acceleration and braking, maintaining speed and following distance, and with lane tracking over a speed range of 0-95 mph and during traffic jam situations
      Standard Audi pre sense front helps detect vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists in the vehicle’s path, at speeds of up 20 52 mph and can initiate braking when a potential collision is detected
      Standard Top view camera system (front, rear and side views) with virtual 360° view combines four wide-angle cameras on the outside of the vehicle to project a real-time 3D model of the A6, allowing the driver to toggle around the vehicle and zoom in and out to help with maneuvering in tight spaces
      Available intersection assist monitors cross traffic when pulling through an intersection or crossing lanes and can help notify the driver of a potentially hazardous situation by applying the brakes at speeds of up to 6.2 mph or with visual and audio warnings at speeds of up to 18.6 mph
      Available turn assist can help prevent a collision with an oncoming vehicle when turning left by applying the brakes and keeping the vehicle within its own lane
      Available traffic sign recognition (as part of the Driver assistance package) including vehicle speed warning, can detect speed limits and displays the information in the Audi virtual cockpit
      Available Audi side assist provides blind spot monitoring via LED indicators on the exterior mirror housings at speeds above 9 mph
      Available Audi pre sense rear helps monitor the traffic following the vehicle and can close the windows and sunroof and tension the seat belts in the case of a rear-end collision
      Vehicle exit warning (as part of Audi side assist) can help prevent incidents when moving objects are approaching from behind as the vehicle doors are opened with a visual red indication on the interior LED light strip of the door trim, acoustic warning, and a one-to-two second delay in the door handle release
      Rear cross traffic assist (as part of Audi side assist) supports the driver when reversing out of a perpendicular parking space and can help alert the driver through a brake jolt in certain situations, for example in the case where an approaching vehicle is detected
      Pricing detail:

      Model year 2020 A6 allroad starting manufacturer suggested retail prices:

      2020 A6 allroad 3.0 TFSI® quattro ultra AWD

      Premium Plus
      $65,900

      Prestige
      $70,400


      *Prices above exclude destination charge ($995), taxes, title, options, and dealer charges. Dealer sets actual prices.

      For more information on the 2020 Audi A6 allroad, visit www.audiusa.com.
      About what was expected. I'm already in love

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      12-13-2019 08:19 PM #2
      No pic?

    4. 12-13-2019 08:21 PM #3
      Looking forward to these arriving


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      12-13-2019 08:24 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by BlakeV View Post
      No pic?
      Sorry the press release didn't have one but I got the pic from the us site.

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      12-13-2019 08:28 PM #5
      Can't wait to pick one up in 2027 for $2500 that needs new air suspension.

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      12-13-2019 08:29 PM #6
      S-tronic in this application, although the regular A6 has a ZF8? I guess that it relates to the Quattro 'Ultra' which is really by default a FWD.

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      12-14-2019 12:05 AM #7
      So add $40-50k on top and you got yourself an RS6 .

      Now S6 wagon kthxbai.





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      12-14-2019 02:12 AM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by BlakeV View Post
      S-tronic in this application, although the regular A6 has a ZF8? I guess that it relates to the Quattro 'Ultra' which is really by default a FWD.

      The choice of transmission is probably not due to Quattro Ultra... Just checked the Audi USA website - new A6 and A7 all comes with 7 speed dual clutch S-tronic. Only the S6 and S7 come with ZF8 now.

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      Ok, this is interesting...

      E450 4Matic MSRP $66,100, so A6 allroad is $200 cheaper. Gives us hope that RS6 will also be cheaper than E63s...

      Also if you are wondering how this compares to A6 and A7:
      A6 3.0T Premium Plus is $63,500 so allroad is a pretty reasonable +$2,400
      A7 3.0T Premium Plus is $73,600 so allroad is an amazing -$7,700 Long roof is a hell of a bargain compare to Sportback!

      Again, this gives us hope that RS6 will slide in below RS7... but it's just a guess.
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      12-14-2019 02:13 AM #9
      This won't work, which sucks, as I'm in the camp of desperately wishing it could. $65k is an absurd starting price when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.

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      12-14-2019 02:28 AM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      This won't work, which sucks, as I'm in the camp of desperately wishing it could. $65k is an absurd starting price when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.
      It's a much bigger car than SQ5. They are going to appeal to totally different kind of buyers.

      Also you have to compare apples to apples. SQ5 premium starts at $53k. SQ5 Premium Plus starts at $56,900 and most of them are optioned in the low $60k range. So there is a $7k difference in starting MSRP between similarly equipped SQ5 and A6 allroad Premium Plus. It's similar size gap between S5 and A6 3.0T Premium Plus.
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      12-14-2019 11:33 AM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.
      I dunno, this is bigger and lower and should be far more comfortable for long distances.

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      12-14-2019 11:41 AM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      This won't work, which sucks, as I'm in the camp of desperately wishing it could. $65k is an absurd starting price when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.
      This'll work just fine. I can't tell you how many family/friends I have in both New England and Cali who have been clomering for a bigger Allroad since they hate the a4 version for being too small. A lot of them had touaregs and wished they still sold it here but that's another story.

      This is vag- there had to be a business case and there was. The RS6 avant was just the icing on the federalization cake

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      12-16-2019 12:11 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      This won't work
      Agreed. A4 Allroad seems to already fill this niche at the right price point. I'd like to think they would have more success with an A6 avant.

    15. 12-16-2019 12:45 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      This won't work, which sucks, as I'm in the camp of desperately wishing it could. $65k is an absurd starting price when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.
      Subjectively, though I would bet it does a LOT of thinks better than an SQ5.

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      12-16-2019 01:44 PM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      This won't work, which sucks, as I'm in the camp of desperately wishing it could. $65k is an absurd starting price when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.
      Not sure what "won't work". Will it harm brand equity? Will it reduce overall volume? Will it reduce overall Average Transaction Prices? Will they oversupply all of the stores so that these languish on lots and sell at massive discounts?

      I'd answer NO to all of those questions. It adds some nice variety to their midsize range, because everything besides sedan is hot right now. It doesn't need to "beat" anything else in the Audi lineup.

      And the part about "not doing anything objectively better than an SQ5"...yeah that's not right either.

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      12-16-2019 03:34 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by cseaman View Post
      This won't work, which sucks, as I'm in the camp of desperately wishing it could. $65k is an absurd starting price when it doesn't do anything objectively better than the SQ5, which can be in your garage for just under $50k.
      I'd much rather have this than an SQ5. I think so would a lot of folks.
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      12-16-2019 03:46 PM #17
      Quote Originally Posted by davewg View Post
      I'd much rather have this than an SQ5. I think so would a lot of folks.
      That's just it---some people are wagon folks and vastly more are SUV people.

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      12-16-2019 03:55 PM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by davewg View Post
      I'd much rather have this than an SQ5. I think so would a lot of folks.
      Especially those with kids .

      Not a fair comparison, A6 Allroad will probably be a better family car but won't have the same fanfare as a SQ5.

      Most gravitate towards the " i want to sit higher and I don't want a hearse" group. Wagons are appreciated mostly by enthusiasts for whatever reason but that's about it and we all buy gently used examples


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      12-16-2019 03:56 PM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by davewg View Post
      I'd much rather have this than an SQ5. I think so would a lot of folks.
      Same here. The Allroad's interior alone is worth it.

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      12-16-2019 04:12 PM #20
      People really aren't surprised by the prices, are they?

      A domestic pickup truck can be optioned past $60,000 in a few clicks, yet a luxury brand introduces a new wagon and at $60,000 it's too expensive?

      Please.
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      12-16-2019 04:23 PM #21
      Isn't the only wagon version twice the price? This is an allroad, not a wagon.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Cabin Pics View Post
      People really aren't surprised by the prices, are they?

      A domestic pickup truck can be optioned past $60,000 in a few clicks, yet a luxury brand introduces a new wagon and at $60,000 it's too expensive?

      Please.
      Stigma, it's natural that a truck is 60k as it's used for more than grocery hauling .

      It's hard for people to spend $40k plus when their last car was $20k +TTL.


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      12-16-2019 04:36 PM #23
      Quote Originally Posted by SCHWAB0 View Post
      Stigma, it's natural that a truck is 60k as it's used for more than grocery hauling .

      It's hard for people to spend $40k plus when their last car was $20k +TTL.


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      I guess.

      I just visited Ford's site. 2020 F-150 Platinum *starts* at $67,000. That's for a two wheel drive. If you add 4x4 it jumps over $70,000. No one bats an eye at that, but Audi starts an A6 Allroad at $65,000 and "OMG no one can afford that!".
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      12-16-2019 04:40 PM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by Cabin Pics View Post
      People really aren't surprised by the prices, are they?

      A domestic pickup truck can be optioned past $60,000 in a few clicks, yet a luxury brand introduces a new wagon and at $60,000 it's too expensive?

      Please.
      Not surprised at all. This is priced where I would have expected.

      Quote Originally Posted by troyguitar View Post
      Isn't the only wagon version twice the price? This is an allroad, not a wagon.
      We don't get standard Avants in the US. Just the Allroad version.

      The RS6 is the only 'true' Avant we get. But it's also an RS model, so might as well be altogether different anyway.
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      12-16-2019 05:31 PM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by Cabin Pics View Post
      I guess.

      I just visited Ford's site. 2020 F-150 Platinum *starts* at $67,000. That's for a two wheel drive. If you add 4x4 it jumps over $70,000. No one bats an eye at that, but Audi starts an A6 Allroad at $65,000 and "OMG no one can afford that!".
      Can't you get like 20% off on the F150 though? None of those trucks actually sell for MSRP, it's just a marketing tactic they use to make everyone think they're getting a great deal. You get 6% off the A6 Allroad without joining ACNA you'll have done well.
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