Audi is preparing two facelifts for the A6 Avant and RS6 Avant as the models in question have been caught on camera recently while being tested in a cold climate.
Audi is becoming busier by the day and after working on a new generation of the TT, and with the TT-S leaked onto the web recently, time has come to talk about two facelifts for the A6 Avant and the RS6 Avant. The two models have been caught on camera by our spy photographers recently while being tested together in the snow, but don’t expect any radical changes once these vehicles will go official.
The updated versions of the Audi A6 Avant and RS6 Avant will have some minimal visual upgrades which are actually typical for the car manufacturer but that doesn’t necessarily translate to the interior design too, which is expected to be more significant. Changes are that these two models will be getting some new technological goodies and probably some minor design upgrades. As far as the engine lineup goes, this is expected to be carried over from the previous models. The facelifted versions of the Audi A6 Avant and RS6 Avant are believed to be unveiled by the end of 2014.