Subtle visual upgrades, new Matrix LED headlights and hybrid tech for revamped Audi A6
A facelifted version of the Audi A6 has been spotted on test, showing minor cosmetic changes for the both saloon and Avant models. The visual changes might be subtle, but a suite of tech updates under the skin will aim to keep the A6 competitive with the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class.
The pictures show a new design of Matrix LED headlights, thought to borrow the anti-dazzle feature first seen on the facelifted 2014 A8. Individual LEDs can be switched on or off independently, giving the driver greater illumination ahead without shining main beam directly at oncoming traffic.
The main single frame grille and lower intakes have also been revised, sporting a new set of horizontal strakes similar to the Audi A3 e-tron hybrid. Updated rear clusters and a new rear bumper with rectangular tailpipes complete the new look.