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Mike Stevens | Jan, 27 2015 | 1 Comment

Audi’s anticipated Q6 SUV has been visualised this week in a new pair of renderings ahead of what could be a 2016 or 2017 debut.

Prototypes of the new model have yet to appear in front of TMR’s spy photographers, but reports suggest we can expect the new model to debut a design that will clearly position it as a rival to BMW’s hugely successful X6.

Like the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, another new X6 rival, the Q6 will undoubtedly showcase a sleek and flowing roofline designed to straddle the line between SUV and ‘four-door coupe’.

Audi is not short on models in the latter segment, with the A5 and A7 Sportback models both trading on a similar ‘coupe without the compromise’ approach.

These new renderings, crafted by independent artist Theophilus Chin, cast the so-called Q6 in a similar mold, borrowing inspiration both from the all-new 2015 Q7 and the current Sportback models.

For its part, Audi has yet to offer any official word on plans for a Q6 model.

But, with BMW already finding massive success with the X6 and Mercedes now looking for a slice of its own, it follows that Audi will enter the game soon.

Watch for more on the Q6 to surface in the next year.

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