Audi V6 dimensions
Latest model: Audi allroad quattro V6 2.7T (2005)
Length: 189.4 (in) = 4811 (mm)
Width: 76.1 (in) = 1933 (mm)
Height: 62 (in) = 1575 (mm)
Compare Audi V6 dimensions to: Audi A4, Audi V8
Audi V6 details:
The allroad shares its platform with the second generation "c5" A6 Avant (station wagon), although an advanced air suspension, larger wheels with all-terrain tires and flared and unpainted bumpers give it a distinct look and more overall flexibility over varying terrain; Audi's quattro system is traditional equipment.
Audi's 2. 7 L, twin-turbo Audi V6 was available initially, alongside the 2. 5 L TDI Diesel engines with 132 Kw (180 PS) and 370 N·m (273 ft·lbf) torque. A variant of the corporate 4. 2 V8, shared with the A6 sedan, was made available in 2003, first in North America and later in other markets, and a less potent TDI followed in 2004.
The allroad was developed with the capability to tackle rough road conditions in mind; its traditional adjustable air suspension system can lift the vehicle high enough to offer 21 cm (8. 3 in) of ground clearance and a low-range mode, absent from other quattro equipped cars, can be selected with the touch of a control. When used in conjunction, the two systems made it possible for the allroad to full a Land Rover test-course, thus far it is the only car-based SUV that has been proven capable of doing so in testing. Conversely, the air suspension can lower the car down to only 16 cm (5. 5 in) above road level and simultaneously stiffen the spring and damper rates to offer a sporty driving experience much like that of the Audi S6. Many owners select to fit their allroad with a sportier, road oriented tire to emphasize it's sporty side, as most owners will never venture onto terrain rough enough to necessitate having a tire specifically developed for off-road conditions.