2023 Audi S6 Interior and Cargo

8.0
Audi S6 Interior & Cargo Rating

2023 S6 Interior

The interior of the S6 has been wonderfully put together by Audi, especially the digital aspects. The cabin is laden with touch-sensitive surfaces but manages to pull off a simple and clean design despite the multitude of screens and buttons. As one would expect from a luxury car that costs over $70,000, the interior components are swathed in premium leather and soft-touch materials and there's an abundance of space. In terms of sheer luxury and comfort, the S6's cup runneth over, making it our benchmark for an interior in this segment. As standard, it comes with amenities like four-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, an auto-dimming interior rearview mirror, and a power panoramic sunroof.

2023 S6 Interior Photos

2023 Audi S6 Driver Area Audi
2023 Audi S6 Gauge Cluster Audi
2023 Audi S6 Start/Stop Button Audi

Seating and Interior Space

The S6 improves its interior space offering in comparison to the smaller S4 sedan, and four occupants will have more than enough space to find a comfortable seating position. Back-seat passengers have 37.4 inches of legroom and 38.1 inches of headroom to work with, making it unlikely that even the tallest of adults will truly struggle. It's not just the space that deserves praise, but the seating itself. All trim levels get power-adjustable front seats with four-way lumbar support and heating. They're excellent for long-distance support and hug occupants with commitment. The Prestige gets exclusive access to heated rear seats as standard.

2023 Audi S6 Interior Dimensions:

Audi S6 Trims2.9T Premium quattro2.9T Prestige quattro2.9T Premium Plus quattro
Seating555
Headroom Front Seat38 in.38 in.38 in.
Headroom Back Seat38.1 in.38.1 in.38.1 in.
Legroom Front Seat41.3 in.41.3 in.41.3 in.
Legroom Back Seat37.4 in.37.4 in.37.4 in.
Shoulder Room Front57.8 in.57.8 in.57.8 in.
Shoulder Room Rear56.5 in.56.5 in.56.5 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

Soft Valcona leather with contrast diamond stitching is the standard, available in three color combinations at no extra cost. You can take your pick of Arras Red with Agate Gray stitching, Black with Rock Gray stitching, and Rotor Gray with Anthracite stitching. The default trim inlay is Carbon Twill, and the leather upholstery extends to the door panels and shift lever.

A new Audi Sport Express Red stitch package on the top two trims adds red contrast stitching to the steering wheel, shift lever boot, door armrests, and center console sides, while also livening up the seat belts with red edging. These pricier trims also have access to the Luxury package with its extended Valcona/Milano leather interior, including leather on the dashboard. With the S6 Design Edition package, a hint of sportiness comes via the interior's Dinamica knee pads.

But whether or not you choose one of these upgrades, the cabin of this sedan is supremely constructed.

2023 S6 Trunk and Cargo Space

Part of the S6's appeal is that it doesn't sacrifice practicality in the name of power. The trunk is quite accommodating with 13.7 cubic feet of space. While this is more than the E-Class that offers 13.1 cubes, BMW's 5 Series takes the cake with 14 cubes of space. 13.7 cubic feet will be enough to accommodate a few briefcases or a full suitcase set from Louis Vuitton. The good news is that the rear seatbacks can be folded in a 40/20/40 split to accommodate larger items or increase overall cargo space. Storage in the cabin is manageable with a considerable glove compartment, two standard cupholders in the front and the center storage bin is decent enough to hold a smartphone or two.

2023 Audi S6 Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

2023 Audi S6 Armrest Audi
2023 Audi S6 Rear Door Storage Audi
2023 Audi S6 Trunk Space Audi

2023 Audi S6 Cargo Dimensions:

Audi S6 Trims2.9T Premium quattro2.9T Prestige quattro2.9T Premium Plus quattro
Trunk Volume13.7 cu. ft.13.7 cu. ft.13.7 cu. ft.

2023 S6 Infotainment and Features

Features

All trim levels of the S6 lineup have a few standard features worth mentioning that include a power panoramic sunroof, push-button start, and a hands-free trunk release. Four-zone climate control, a heated tilt and telescopic steering wheel, ambient lighting, and heated power-adjustable front seats are also standard fare. Standard safety features across all models include cruise control, a rearview camera, park distance control, lane departure warning, a rearview camera, and forward collision avoidance with automatic braking.

The Premium Plus adds to this with goodies like a top-view camera system, Audi side assist with rear cross traffic assist and vehicle exit warning, the Audi Phone Box with wireless device charging, and adaptive cruise control.

The Prestige adds heated rear seats, dual-pane acoustic glass, and soft-close doors. Added driver-assist tech includes rear cross-traffic assist, vehicle exit warning, and a head-up display.

Infotainment

The infotainment setup is the same across all models, and there's an impressive amount of tech to speak of in the cabin. Audi's virtual cockpit is standard, which is just automaker lingo for a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. A dual-screen MMI Navigation Plus setup comprises a 10.1-inch main screen and an 8.6-inch lower screen and both host Audi's MMI touch software. Smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard along with HD Radio, SiriusXM, and Bluetooth streaming. Navigation is standard but while the Premium makes do with Audi's regular sound system, the Premium Plus and Prestige have the 16-speaker, 705-watt Bang & Olufsen sound unit. On the Prestige, a 1,820-watt 19-speaker B&O system with 1,820 watts is also available.

Back
To Top