The 2010 Audi A6 was made official this week, with the German automaker releasing some images and although the styling of the exterior grabbed huge attention, it was the interior that I was most interested in. You could tell right away both inside and out were all about space.
The design of the new interior is more thought out for the driver, as it seems to wrap-around and envelop you – something you do not see on many cars. How many vehicles have you sat in only to find that some of the controls are not pointed towards you, making it hard to see and use them?
The curved design of the new A6 interior means that the driver will always be in control, so you are no longer a passenger – you will now be the captain of your ship – come on we have all called ourselves the captain when your wife tries to tell you what to do.
According to a press release that Audi sent to Autoblog, they have taken a huge amount of care with every detail of the interior, something that has been a major part of their vehicles for the past few years now. You can see that a mix of layered-wood veneer, leather and metals has been used.
One of the best parts of the design has to be those seats; they offer ventilation as well as a massage function. That is something that I am certain will be ideal for those who use the car for business and get a bad back or rear end – not sure I would use the function, it might send me to sleep. What do you think of the new 2012 Audi A6?
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