If you’re curious about what the inside of the upcoming Audi Q6 e-tron will look like, you might want to look at these new spy photos from Motor1. (We don’t own the spy photos but you can see them here)
Or not, actually, because they don’t really show much. There are only two photos that offer the tiniest of glimpses of the Audi Q6 e-tron interior and the majority of the cabin is covered in camouflage in both photos. Plus, the angle of the photos is such that you can barely see any of the interior even if it weren’t covered.
However, there is one thing to note — the infotainment screen. Rather than the built-in screens of almost all current Audis, the upcoming Q6 e-tron will get a massive new screen that protrudes from the dash. Its placement and shape mark a return to similar screen setups from cars like the Audi A4 and A5, which still have iPad-style screens tacked onto the dash.
The screen itself seems quite large but there’s no way of knowing just how large from these photos. It’s also unclear if it will run a new infotainment system or if it will stick with Audi’s current Touch Response MMI setup. The current setup still works quite well but it would be nice to see Audi give it at least a big update for the Audi Q6 e-tron, and its A6 e-tron sibling.
As for the rest of the interior, there’s no way of making any other details out. We expect it to differentiate itself at least a bit from the Q4 e-tron but we can’t know for sure just yet. While the screen seems different, Audi’s reputation for making the same sausage, just different lengths doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence. I’m sure it will be lovely, I’m just hoping it’s different