Audi A6 Colour Guide & Prices

In this colour guide, we see what paint options are available for the new Audi A6. A confident road presence, with both a luxurious interior and a classic exterior. The A6 is the perfect combination of performance and class – true driving luxury!

 


Ibis White, Solid – £0

The Ibis White paint is simple and smart. It makes the features of the Audi A6 stand out as well as the grylle and alloys. This colour has been the most popular for the last few years amongst the Audi community, but has only just started to decline against the Brilliant Black option.


Brilliant Black – £0

This standard, black colour is an excellent choice for someone looking for a stylish, but classy colour that is sophisticated and smart. It complements the front grille and front bumper design of the A6 Saloon as well. Did we mention that it’s a free option?


Firmament Blue, Metallic – £685

For people who like blue cars, this is a superb paint with a touch of sportiness and attractive enough to make your car turn some heads. This colour makes your alloys look even brighter and stand out far more. Definitely an option to consider for the A6 if you’re looking to move up from the standard colours!


Floret Silver, Metallic – £685

Floret Silver is a popular choice amongst the entire Audi range. It makes any model stand out, not least the A6. If you’d like to keep your car looking new and sleek for the duration of your contract with minimal effort, Floret Silver is for you! Not to mention the fact it quite simply oozes class.


Glacier White, Metallic – £685

Glacier white is an extremely popular choice for the entire Audi range, and in all honesty, it’s not difficult to see why! A tidy look that really boosts the already fairly high appeal of the A6. Definitely a choice worth considering, just be prepared go for regular washes to keep that factory-fresh look up. Keep that shine bright on this exterior and in combination with the classy A6 model, you’re onto a winner!


Mythos Black, Metallic – £685

If you’re considering Brilliant Black, Mythos Black is also definitely worth looking at. There’s some considerable advantages to the metallic look, such as it can be more resistant to fading, it may increase the resale value and of course, it looks much more desirable. Perfect for anyone looking to portray class in a subtle way.


Soho Brown, Metallic – £685

Soho Brown demonstrates a sense of style, confidence to walk free from the common White & Black colours of Audi models. Soho Brown will definitely turn heads in any situation, and is sure to give the right impression! The impression of solid reliability.


Typhoon Grey, Metallic – £685

Almost perfectly matching the grylle and the alloys, Typhoon Grey would be perfect for anyone who loves a subtly matching colour scheme.


Vesuvius Grey, Metallic – £685

Sporty and elegant at the same time, the Vesuvius Grey option is worth considering for any model, let alone the A6! As well as accentuating the alloys & grylle, the A6 in Vesuvius Grey gives the feel of a gritty determined attitude!

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