Audi has announced details of a new top of-the-range Sport trim level for the A6 Allroad, offering drivers additional equipment and features. Do these improvements make the A6 Allroad a more tempting proposition? Keep reading to find out.
The A6 Allroad faces stiff competition from a wide range of cars, from the likes of the Mercedes E-Class Estate to SUVs including the BMW X3. The new Sport trim level should help it to compete against these very capable rivals.
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Exterior changes to the new Audi A6 Allroad Sport
Changes to the A6 Allroad Sport include the addition of 19-inch alloy wheels in a matte titanium finish as standard to all variants that, combined with the chunky contrasting wheel-arch mouldings of the Allroad, give it a tough and purposeful appearance.
New electric heated mirrors and all LED headlights and rear indicators with Audi’s trademark sweeping signalling effect complete the exterior modifications.
Interior changes to the new Audi A6 Allroad Sport
Drivers of the new A6 Allroad Sport will be treated to electrically adjustable ‘Valcona leather’ front seats and Alcantara-trimmed door inserts. Further features fitted as standard include four-zone air conditioning, a powered bootlid and Audi’s own ‘AMI’ music interface system with SD card compatibility.
For the driver looking to be as prepared as possible for the winter months, Audi can fit a mechanically operated tow-bar and ‘convenience pack’ that includes tougher floor mats and greater internal storage.
Further options on the new Audi A6 Allroad Sport
Further optional extras in the Sport trim range include Matrix LED headlamps with 64 separate projectors in each lamp, able to adjust the lighting conditions depending on the presence of traffic and oncoming bends in the road.
Night-vision assist that uses thermal-imaging to warn drivers of pedestrians and large animals in the road is an optional extra on A6 Allroad Sport, as is a head-up-display system.
All engine options remain the same as the A6 Allroad, buyers can choose from three variations of 3.0-litre diesel from the 215hp V6 TDI model priced at £49,455, to the top-of-the-range 315hp V6 BiTDI for £55,825.