Audi Q6 mule spotted testing
So far, the German automaker hasn't said much about what buyers can expect to find under the hood, but we wouldn't be shocked to see anything other than a selection of the same troop of engines currently powering the company's stable. That means a powertrain lifted from the parts bin of the Q5 and the Q7. A supercharged 3.0-liter V6 would provide a nice foil for the 300-horsepower X6 xDrive35i, though more thrust would be necessary to parry the X6 xDrive50i with its 400-horsepower, turbocharged 4.4-liter V8. The company's home market will likely get one or two diesel powerplants, as well.
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