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When you think of Audi, probably the first thing that pops into your mind is the front grille.

Ever since the company decided that it would give its product portfolio much more road presence with its honking front grilles and LED lights, it seems that, overall, the entire automotive industry has followed in its foot steps.

We're not talking about simply luxury vehicles, either. Can you even name FIVE all-new vehicles that don't feature a prominent "face" and LEDs?

But as we've been telling you, Audi is going to shift its design language with the all-new A4 and Q7. We know these cars are suppose to be more edgy but what does that really mean? We'll have to wait for some teasers or the product to uncover itself.

What is interesting to note is that an A6 was captured sporting its refresh as the luxury sedan is due. If you take a good, long look at the facade, you can tell that the front grille has been revamped quite a bit. Now it boasts an exagerated hexagonal shape that is flanked with matrix LED headlights first seen in the revamped Audi A8.

Although I am sure some folks will say either "it looks the same," or "what's the big deal," you'll see soon enough. Audi's trying to bring sexy back.

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A facelifted version of the Audi A6 has been spotted on test, showing minor cosmetic changes for the both saloon and Avant models. The visual changes might be subtle, but a suite of tech updates under the skin will aim to keep the A6 competitive with the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class.

The pictures show a new design of Matrix LED headlights, thought to borrow the anti-dazzle feature first seen on the facelifted 2014 A8. Individual LEDs can be switched on or off independently, giving the driver greater illumination ahead without shining main beam directly at oncoming traffic.

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SPIED: FIRST Spy Photos Of The REVAMPED Audi A6 Sporting The UPDATED Grille

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