Audi A6 Avant Debuts at Bangkok Motor Show, priced at 4649000 Thai Baht

AshleyMar 27, 2024, 03:30 PM

Audi A6 Avant makes an amazing appearance at the Bangkok Motor Show, priced at 4649000 baht.


The high-profiled Bangkok International Motor Show opens in grand style, with Audi showcasing several models, bringing a feast of cars to the audience. Among them, the Audi A6 Avant, as one of the highlights of the show, attracts many visitors with its elegant exterior design, spacious interior space, and strong power performance.



The Audi A6 Avant 45 TFSI quattro S line black edition is a German imported luxury tourer, with an official price of 4649000 baht. The car offers a 5-year or 150,000-kilometer warranty and 5 years of national 24-hour roadside rescue service.



The car's 2.0-liter in-line four-cylinder gasoline engine has a DOHC 16-valve design, with a bore and stroke of 82.5 mm and 92.8 mm, and a compression ratio of 9.6:1. It is equipped with a direct injection nozzle and a turbocharger, with a maximum power of 245 horsepower and a maximum torque of 370 Nm.



From the perspective of parameters, this engine belongs to the mainstream level in the same class. The 245 horsepower maximum power and 370 Nm peak torque can provide ample power and torque to meet daily driving needs. Compared with competitors in the same class, the advantage of this engine is fuel efficiency. It adopts direct injection technology and turbocharging technology to improve fuel efficiency and power performance. According to official data, the comprehensive fuel consumption is 7.1 liters per 100 kilometers.




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