New Audi A6 and A7 Sportback 2.0 diesel engine

The Audi A6 and A7 Sportback, which continue on the road with a brand new character in the premium class, have become more attractive with the option of a small-volume diesel engine.



Audi's first steps in the renewal process, especially the A7 Sportback and A6's changes, were highly appreciated. These two pieces, both designed and made technologically as possible with their design and equipment, were also a clue to what happened after them. The A6 and A7 Sportback, which can be purchased with powerful 3.0-liter engines in the early days of the market, have finally met on the small-volume diesel options awaited by the enthusiast. The 2.0-liter unit is also combined with a 7-speed automatic transmission to share technical details, including the consumption of the TDI engine, which is available for sale. The machine, which will be placed behind the vehicles with the Audi 40, will serve with a power of 201 hp.

A6, A6 When we look at the performance figures of the engine that will be used in the Avant and A7, we can see that there is affinity for all models. At maximum speed, the A6 Avant can reach 240 km / h while the A6 Saloon and A7 Sportback can reach 245 km / h. In the acceleration section of 0-100, the figures are 8.1 seconds in A6 and 8.3 seconds in other members. Diesel motordan is the basic expectation of the thriving character of successful figures. According to Audi, this engine has a consumption value of 4.5 liters per 100 kilometers on the A6 Saloon and A7 Sportback. In the A6 Avant version, this figure is 4.7 liters per 100 kilometers. Carbon emission value is between 117 and 124 grams per kilometer. Even though it comes with a front-wheel-drive infrastructure as standard, it should not be forgotten that the diesel version, which can also be purchased with the Quattro option, is mild-hybrid electric support. Audi, which started to receive orders for about $ 49,000 on the A6 and $ 60,000 on the A7 Sportback, aims to make its first deliveries by next month.

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