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The A6 Brakes are designed for this midsized luxury sedan produced by germen manufacturer Audi. This car was produced in 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 and 2007. This Audi came to be when Audi decided to rename one of its most successful vehicles (the Audi 100) in 1994. Throughout the years this sedan has competed with other mid level luxury sedans including Mercedes E-Class, BMW 5 series, Jaguar S-Type, Lexus GS, and Volvo S80. In the United States this Audi sported several engine options including: 2.8 Liter V6, 2.7 Liter Turbocharged V6, and a 4.2 Liter V8 all available with the Quattro all wheel drive system. Audi A6 Brakes are manufactured to fit this amazing aerodynamic luxury sedan that went through an Italian facelift in 1997 making it exponentially more stylish. In 2002 the car received another exterior redesign creating a more aggressive look by revamping the grill and exposing the exhaust tips not to mention several other minor changes. In 2005 the car took on an entirely new look - this time designed by legendary car designer Walter De Silva and went on to win the prestigious world car of the year award. The A6 Brakes that you see on this site are designed to outperform expectations. View our amazing lineup of A6 Brakes. Give us a call if you have any questions regarding A6 Brakes. A6 Brakes are one of the most essential parts of a cars driving and safety system. The A6 Brakes allow for the driver to stop the car while it is moving at a rapid pace. The A6 Brakes consist of several components; from the pedals that the driver presses, to the rotors that are attached to the wheels to ultimately stop the vehicle. When the driver presses the brake pedal the car uses the power brake system to pressurize the brake lines which contain brake fluid (which is essentially high density oil). The pressurized brake lines cause the brake pads to pinch the rotor of the vehicle. The rotor is attached directly to the axel of the vehicle and the car will slow down.