The Audi S6 is a mid-size luxury executive, sports car that was manufactured and marketed by the Audi AG division of Volkswagen group. The Audi S6 was introduced in 1994 and is a successful model that is still manufactured and used in different parts of the World. The Audi S6 was used to replace the Audi S4 and is very similar to the S4. The parts of the Audi S6 were assembled at the plant in Neckarsulm, Germany. The Audi S6 was available in the four door saloon or sedan and the five door avant body styles.
The Audi S6 used the FF layout; longitudinal front engine model that used permanent four-wheel drive, 'quattro'. The Audi S6 used the Volkswagen Group C platform. The Audi S6 was manufactured in three generations. The Audi S6 cars that were manufactured from1994 to 1997 were called C4 and form the first generation. The second generation was from 1999 to 2003 and was called C5. The third generation of the Audi S6 started in 2006 and the current models are part of the third generation that was called the C6.