Two weeks ago, we posted up spyshots of the Audi A6 Hybrid being transported from Port Klang, before Euromobil put up a teaser on Audi’s Malaysian website. The car is confirmed to be coming very soon, but here’s a full view of it – a black registered unit spotted by reader Tan San Hoe near the Portuguese settlement in Melaka.

If we were to hazard a guess, ACJ 6 could probably be an early unit that Euromobil registered for testing purposes, used by a high-ranking company exec. The car’s 10-arm turbine design wheels unique to the hybrid and the “hybrid” badge at the back tells us that this is no ordinary A6.

As previously pointed out, the A6 Hybrid is powered by a 2.0 TFSI and electric motor combo, which means that it is eligible for the government’s 100% exemption for both import duty and excise duty for hybrid cars. An A6 for the price of an A4? We will soon officially find out if that’s the case.