The 2025 Audi RS6 will revolutionize the high-performance station wagon market. The RS6 E-Tron Avant may serve as Audi Sport’s premier zero-emissions vehicle as the performance division moves toward electrification.
Audi executives have teased that the 2023 A6 E-Tron electric vehicle will spawn a high-performance variant called the electric RS6, visualized in an exclusive rendering by digital artist @avarvarii. Audi and Porsche’s Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture for EVs will be the foundation for the new model.
Despite the lack of official information, the debut of the electric RS6 is widely anticipated for late 2024, following the introduction of the new A6 E-Tron sedan in the first half of 2023. In 2025, Audi plans to unveil the RS6 E-Tron Avant to the world.
More than half Audi Sport’s RS lineup will consist of plug-in hybrid and all-electric vehicles by 2024, rising to 80% by 2026 and 100% by 2030. The RS6 E-Tron Avant would be the showpiece of this transition to electric vehicles.
A 120kWh battery on the vehicle’s floor would allow the zero-emissions RS6 to achieve a 0-100km/h sprint in the low three-second range and a driving range of more than 600km. With DC fast charging at up to 270kW, you could add 300km of range in just 10 minutes, and a full charge from 0% to 80% would take just 25 minutes.
Large 22-inch alloy wheels, gloss black details, fender flares, and other sporty touches would complement the high-performance engine. The design features a sealed central grille and flat surfaces for better aerodynamics.
The 2025 Audi RS6 E-Tron Avant is slated to become a game-changing addition to Audi’s range, providing remarkable power and performance in an ecologically friendly vehicle as Audi Sport continues to develop and push the frontiers of performance.