FRANKFURT – Behind the controversial new upright grille, Audi AG’s all-new A6 is bigger, roomier, packed with A8-derived technology and boasts a massive lineup of engines expected to be topped off by the Lamborghini Gallardo’s 5L V-10. The sixth-generation A6, to be launched at next month’s Geneva auto show, goes on sale in Europe in late March and the U.S. in the fall as a sedan, followed by the Avant wagon early in 2005. Audi’s also expected to launch a shorter wheelbase coupe on A6 ...

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