Audi A6 Avant 2001 posters

Audi A6 Avant

In February 1997, Audi revealed the all-new A6 (Typ 4B) at the 1997 Geneva Motor Show. This new luxury automobile was based on the Volkswagen Group C5 platform and employed a range of internal combustion engines. It was marketed alongside competitors such as the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Stylish with an aerodynamic shell and a low drag coefficient of 0.28, the C5 A6 earned a spot on Car and Driver's Ten Best list in 2000 and 2001. It was available in a range of engines and configurations, most notably a 30-valve 2.4- and 2.8-litre V6, as well as a five-speed tiptronic automatic transmission. The saloon version was rolled out in mid-1997 across Europe and late 1997 in North America and Australia, with the Avant following suit in 1998. For Canadian models, compliance with the FMVSS led to modified brackets and bumper suspension assemblies, and mandated daytime running lights and child-seat tethers as standard equipment. In the US and Canada, the two higher-spec engines, the 2.7-litre "biturbo" V6 and 4.2-litre 40-valve V8 petrol engine, were both offered with quattro permanent four-wheel drive. The V8 models featured revised exterior body panels, wheel arches, headlamps, grille design, roadwheels, brakes, and Torsen-based quattro permanent four-wheel drive as standard.

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