2025 Audi Q6 E-Tron Reveals Tech-Infused Cabin With 10.6-Inch Passenger Display

We’ve added live photos of Audi’s new electric SUV from its global unveiling at the Munich Motor Show. Check out our full coverage of the event here.

Audi has utilized the Munich Motor Show as a platform to offer a preview of the upcoming Q6 e-tron. Given that the automaker had already revealed the crossover’s powertrain and exterior design a few months earlier, their current focus is providing a look into the cabin that’s enriched with technological innovations.

It features a panoramic display that consists of an 11.9-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.5-inch infotainment system. The latter is based on Android Automotive and features an app store as well as a digital assistant that is represented by an avatar.

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Audi said the assistant continuously learns from your behavior to better understand you and your needs. This enables the assistant to offer proactive suggestions and smart routines such as turning on the heated seats when the temperature falls below 50° F (10° C).

The model can also be equipped with a 10.9-inch front passenger display. It has shutter technology, which enables the passenger to watch movies without distracting the driver.

Sticking with the tech theme, the Q6 e-tron can be equipped with an augmented reality head-up display. It projects information, such as directions, in such a way that it appears to be up to 656 feet (200 meters) in front of the vehicle.

Customers can also get an interaction light bar, which wraps around the upper dashboard and visualizes information such as turn signals and charging status. A more useful upgrade is the Bang & Olufsen premium audio system, which boasts 22-speakers including four that are integrated into the front headrests.

The rest of the cabin is fairly conventional and features a flat-bottom steering wheel, high-gloss black accents, and eco-friendly floor mats that are made from recycled fishing nets, carpets, and industrial waste. Buyers can also get brushed aluminum, birch or sweetgum trim.

The S Line variant has recycled Elastic Melange fabric, although Dinamica microfiber is also available. Customers can also get anthracite aluminum trim or anthracite mesh trim that is described as a “technical-looking polyester fabric with a haptic structure.”

When it comes to cargo, customers will find 18.6 cubic feet (526 liters) of luggage space. That increases to 54 cubic feet (1,529 liters) when the rear seats are folded down and there’s another 2.3 cubic feet (64 liters) of room in the frunk.

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