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Audi is following up the A6 e-tron concept with the highly anticipated Avant model. The Audi A6 Avant e-tron adds a bit more practicality with a wagon model while also delivering the performance and efficiency of their EV platform. The car is built on their PPE technology platform, which features 800 volt technology, 270 kW of charging capacity, and a WLTP-rated range of 435 miles. 0-62 is said to take less than four seconds and charging time is just as speedy with a 10 minute fast charge that should equal about 186 miles of range. 

Expect production versions of these cars to be unveiled sometime in 2023.

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