The A6 50 TFSIe comes either as a saloon or an Avant estate and pricing starts at around £53,500 for the saloon and just over £55,000 for the Avant, which gets you the base 'Sport'-spec variant. Beyond that, there are further 'S line', 'Black Edition' and 'Vorsprung' trim options, the latter taking you up to a £77,000 price point. To give you an idea of price premium here, 'Black Edition' trim (the only spec level shared between conventional and Plug-in A6 models) sees this TFSIe variant costing around £13,000 more than the equivalent 40 TDI diesel and around £10,000 more than the equivalent 45 TFSI petrol model.
At least equipment levels are generous, even 'Sport' variants getting 18-inch wheels, full-LED headlights, the Audi 'Parking System Plus' set-up with a rear view camera and the 'Audi phone box' wireless charging mat. Plus, in terms of infotainment, there's the brand's 'MMI Navigation Plus with MMI touch' system. There's also the fully digital 'Audi Virtual Cockpit' instrument binnacle screen and the usual elements of camera safety tech.
'S line' trim adds a mild body kit, 19-inch wheels, intelligent Matrix LED headlights with dynamic rear indicators, privacy glass, sports suspension and leather/Alcantara upholstery. The 'Black Edition' version has a meaner black-finished exterior look with 20-inch wheels and a flat-bottomed sports steering wheel inside. And full 'Vorsprung'-spec gets virtually the whole of the options list emptied into it, with a panoramic glass sunroof, front Super Sports seats in Valcona leather, HD Matrix headlights and a Bang & Olufsen premium sound system, plus the choicest parts of Audi's camera safety and autonomous driving technology.