Friday, May 29, 2015

2016 Audi S6 Performance Sedan Review | Interior Changes

Car Junkie - 2016 Audi S6 Performance Sedan Review. "The Audi S6 is a crowd-pleaser", the owner said. Another Audi sedan from S-series line, the new Audi S6 is going to celebrate its new generation as 2016 models. Proudly features classier body design and gains more power from its V8 engine, the company is sure to be comfortable in drawing more folks of both older and new costumers.

Besides, adding more safety features and greatly strengthening the body firmness with high-class materials will help the company show how they care about driving security. So this is the beginning of our knowledge about the new 2016 Audi S6 performance sedan.

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The next-gen Audi S6 should come lighter a few pounds than the ongoing models. The stronger but lighter aluminum components take an important part in terms of reducing some weight, while they have more load bearing capability. The S6 is built through a particular trick to add another strength to the upper portion, as well as lower sides which are more qualified to handle any potential crashes with high-strength steel performing as the middle pillars on all sides - it's safer.

Feel the luxury of the performance-sedan Audi S6 inside. There you will discover bunch of outstanding today's technologies. The interior layout looks brighter with Valcona leathered seats including ornamental navigation panels. Although the coloring mixture, for some, looks less compatible.


The 2016 Audi S6 performance is to be powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8 / TFSI, pulls out 450 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque when joining the Quatro AWD unit with 7-speed double clutch automatic transmission. That engine power collaborated with light steel chassis and aluminum body packaging is expected to be able to take a 0-60 sprint in less than five seconds (recently estimated in 4.4 seconds).

While dealing with fuel economy, the approaching S6 performance promises to running 18 miles per gallon in the city and 27 mpg on the highway - combined estimation stands at 21 mpg (let's say not to bad for a performance sedan).

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The S6 increases its power to 450-hp, lighter weight, more stylish interior arrangement and has no lack of up-to-date features yet keeps offering two trim options

And again, the legendary Audi's ultra-lightweight innovation benefits the S6 a lot in turning unnecessary weight down which automatically results much quicker engine acceleration. Meanwhile, having milder body should give an assist to the brakes stopping the S6 more easily and as shorter as possible - more crucially, finer handling performance.

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With at least four steering style options performed by the Audi's Drive Select drivers will be free to adjust their own styles of driving. The modes would include Auto, Individual, Comfort and Dynamic - that should be an awesome amenity, anyway!

Digging more deeply in the cabin, the 2016 Audi S6 offers rich driver control aids such as the Siri Eyes as so the Audi Connect, corner-view cameras takes more care of you in parking events, also a top-view camera reminds you where your car position is. It doesn't stop right there, one more crucial part of safety system offered is a night-vision camera with a sharp-eyesight infrared is joined your dark driving to provide calmer states - well known for three-hundred-feet alert. Did you ever feel terrible to catch your eyes on the going-on speed while driving? If Yes, the Audi S6 understands you by giving a very easy access to get the updated speed with a head-up display - stop looking down but stare up! Other hot safety features such as a side assist that works on blind spots, a adjustable cruise control to give drivers extra peace.

The arriving-soon Audi S6 will still be available in two trim levels, which are Premium Plus and Prestige. Stickers from the company show an $70,900 MSRP to get the base started, a bit higher at $75,300 graded the Prestige level. Both trims are motored by the same 4.0L TFSI engines.

Releasing in ampler power, the 2016 Audi S6 performance sedan is YES - not a super car, but always worth riding.


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