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Audi Plug-in Hybrid & Fully Electric Cars

Innovation is genetically built into every Audi – Afterall the iconic phrase 'Vorsprung Durch Technik' when translated into English simply means 'Advancement Through Technology', and the latest Audi Plug-in Hybrid and Fully Electric Cars are no exception. With forward-thinking systems that build battery charging in to every journey, and innovative driving systems for safety and control, an electrified Audi is a leap into smarter driving. A leap into the future!

Why choose a plug-in hybrid or fully electric car?

The average overnight electricity cost in the UK is around 14p per kWh, which translates to less than 3p per mile for an electric vehicle, which compares extremely favourably to the 15p to 20p per mile cost of a diesel or petrol fuelled car - Furthermore, from taking advantage of government grants and road tax incentives (VED), to certain exemptions from congestion & clean air zone charges, and businesses off-setting the purchase price against corporation tax liability, the movement towards our planet’s sustainable future provides many compelling reasons to go electric today.


Discover electric Audi cars

The range of Audi Plug-in Hybrid & Fully Electric Cars that are available right now consists of the Audi Q5 TFSI e Compact SUV, and the Audi e-tron, the most-advanced Audi yet. Explore the Audi TFSI e & Audi e-tron here.

Electric Vehicle Charging

Finding yourself miles from home and your electric car battery is out of charge is a very rational concern that many drivers have, but with the Audi e-tron, that’s a thing of the past - Thanks to an ever-expanding EV charging network and easy home solutions, charging your Audi e-tron is no problem, whenever and wherever you go.

Charging an electric vehicle

From plugging in at the shops to recharging overnight, the e-tron is designed to fit your lifestyle. Using AC, or alternating current via a standard UK plug is available from every home, and charging overnight also means you could benefit from cheaper night-time electricity rates, and is probably the method you’ll use most often. However, there is a faster way. Using DC, or direct current from dedicated charging points located at motorway service stations, large retailers and even some work places - Whichever charging method you are using it can be monitored via the green flashing light on the charging access point or through the myAudi app.


Charge at home

If an EV is going to be charged at home every night it’s best to install a wall box with its own separate circuit which will enable a full night of uninterrupted current. Explore how to charge your Audi at home by installing a home wall box.

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Charge on the go

Use dedicated public EV chargers at service stations, supermarkets and even workplaces. You can charge your Audi e-tron while out and about at AC charging stations as well as DC charging stations. The e- tron can be charged to 80% in under 30 minutes and to 100% within 50 minutes. Simply park, plug in, and go shopping or grab a coffee. Your e-tron will soon be suitably charged to continue your journey.

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Electric heart. Technology head.

Every Audi reacts to the road, to the conditions and to you. Electric Audi vehicles are no exception. Discover the latest advances, such as energy recuperation which charges the battery as you drive, and the latest smart connected car technology that links you, your car and your smartphone.


A new chapter of Vorsprung durch Technik

Advancement Through Technology has always been at the heart of every Audi, and now that vision is truly electrifying! With no less than twelve new Audi Plug-in Hybrid & Fully Electric Cars due for release by the end of 2020, a range of exciting concept cars, and company sights firmly set on being completely CO₂ neutral by 2050, Audi are transforming the automotive environment and your own driving experience - Vorsprung durch Technik.


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