It was recognized English actor and author, Sir Michael Caine, who first dropped wearing his Rolex and has given up riding on his Rolls Royce for “people scraping and scrimping to feed their loved ones” in austere Britain.. Following Caine, it was former British producer-director Michael Winner, who will no longer be seen riding on his Rolls Royce. He’ll rather be seen on his Bentley now. But Audi A6 Allroad seems to be the best-fitted cars for both the retiring gentlemen.
The Audi A6 Allroad has everything that a high-end car needs to fulfill for a high-end lifestyle. As the German automaker officials stated during the A6 Allroad’s launch, “The Allroad owner is very affluent. He is an opinion leader within his community. This is a car that truly matches a high-end lifestyle.” Although, the carmaker didn’t reveal any of the names, but it was pretty clear that they were talking about Prince Charles. The Prince already has two A6 Allroads.
The Audi A6 Allroad can actually be bought without showing off that you are actually rich. In fact, if Bentley had manufactured an estate car with a price tag of half its normal price, it would have been at the same place. The A6 Allroad also offers many features that can beat any sports car. Moreover, it also has an edge in terms of comfort and high-end features for the high-end lifestyle. In fact, the car’s maw of a load space is actually bigger than the Volvo XC70, when the seats are down.
The A6 Allroad has been termed as the most versatile premium estate car. With a 3.0L BiTDI powerhouse, the car gets a power of 300bhp from the engine. This is the third Audi A6 Allroad that the carmaker ahs manufactured since 1999. With a base price of 50,000 GBP for the 3.0 BiTDI, the car also had a model that costed more than 63,000 GBP.