The Audi Q6 e-tron is a highly-anticipated all-electric SUV that slots right between the Q8 e-tron and the Q4 e-tron. The latter is out and about, the Q8 is about to start deliveries, but the Q6 is still a mystery, so every bit of info is useful right now.
And apparently, the Q6 e-tron is inching closer to launch as it was recently spotted on the streets of Denver, Colorado. Of course, the car is wrapped with camo all-around, so we can't clearly see all the design traits. However, the sighting suggests that the Q6 is in the final stages of its testing cycle and Audi is now fine-tuning the SUV.
Audi already teased the Q6 e-tron back in March, announcing that the vehicle had passed all winter tests and we saw the car in Germany last year, but it appears that not much has changed in terms of design. The headlights adopt the new split design trend, while the taillights are slimmer and possibly linked with an LED strip in a typical Audi fashion. We are yet to see the front bumper design, the grille on the front and, of course, the back bumper. But something tells us it won't be too long.