Facelifted 2023 Audi A6 Spide with very fine styling updates

The current Audi A6 has been with us since 2018, which means it is close to the midpoint of its life cycle. Our spy photographers were able to capture the facelifted vehicle during the test and it seems to feature only minor updates.

Unlike the A8 Facelift, the refreshed A6 seems to have the same headlight design as the outgoing model, but apart from that, the car changes are very subtle. On the front, the only difference is seen in the design of the lower corner dining and possibly in the graphics between those intakes and the headlights. It was also reported that the Grill will receive some minor updates, but it does not appear to be present in this test vehicle.

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Some areas in the back are also thought to be getting updates, such as taillights and lower bumpers, but to be sure, it’s under too much camera. It is noteworthy that this is the S-line model, so we can see some more dramatic changes in the base model. Having said that, it’s just a facelift, so we couldn’t imagine any different updated design being too wild.

Audi has not gone through the hassle of covering the interior, which means that if there are any changes, they are probably minimal. In all likelihood, the interior will be virtually identical to the exterior model, with only modifications (if any) to the infotainment software and possible upholstery / trimming options.

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Engine options may also be portable from the pre-facelift model, with both inline-four and V6 options (both light hybrids as standard) for US customers, as well as the addition of a diesel and plug-in hybrid powertrain. Market

The facelifted Audi A6 is expected to appear later this year, following production and sales in the coming months, and the price should be similar to the current model.

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