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What can Audi offer you?

At Audi, we aim to make the switch to electric as easy as possible. From our latest offers for both new and used fully electric (e-tron) and plug-in hybrid (TFSI e) customers, to the incentives offered by the UK government for both retail and business customers - explore how we can help you into an electric Audi.

 Pod Point wall box offer

Pod Point wall box offer

All new fully electric customers are eligible to receive a 7kW wall box and installation for only £599 RRP when ordering an e-tron¹.

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1 year subscription to e-tron Charging Service and £150 credit

1 year subscription to e-tron Charging Service and £150 credit

The e-tron Charging Service (eCS) is available to both new and used Audi fully electric (e-tron) customers and gives you easy access to thousands of charging points across Europe with one card or app. Customers of a new Audi e-tron who sign up to the Transit tariff will receive a free year’s subscription and £150 charging credit⁴ (equivalent to 1,000 miles of free electricity).

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4,500 free electric miles with Octopus Energy

4,500 free electric miles with Octopus Energy

Audi fully electric (e-tron) and plug-in hybrid (TFSI e) customers who dual fuel switch their home energy supply to Octopus Energy (or have an existing account) will be eligible for a £90 credit towards your energy bill. This is equivalent of up to 4,500 green miles of free driving. Available on both new and used car purchases.

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More incentives

There are also government incentives available to help you switch to electric driving

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    Road Tax (VED) savings

    Fully electric cars are currently exempt from paying VED. Plug-in hybrids (less than 51/km of CO2) are currently exempt from paying first year VED. 
Plug-in hybrids pay a reduced rate for subsequent years. (Correct as of the in the 22/23 tax year).

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    Up to £350 towards the installation of a wallbox

    You may be eligible to receive a contribution towards the cost and installation (up to a maximum of £350) of a home wall box with the government’s EV Chargepoint Grant¹. Available only to those who live in flats and rental accommodation. Use of an OZEV-approved wall box and installer, like Pod point, is required.

    If you're not eligible for the government EV Chargepoint Grant, then don't worry Audi's Pod Point home wall box offer is available to all new e-tron customers, see above for details.

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Further benefits

As well as national initiatives, many local authorities offer further incentives to go electric. Check with your local government for other schemes.

  • 100% discount London Congestion Charge

    in London fully electric vehicles qualify for the 100% cleaner vehicle discount, which means exemption from the congestion charge.

  • Access to London Ultra Low Emission Zone for free

    The low or zero emissions from plug-in and fully electric vehicles will mean lower charges from the Clean Air Zones being implemented across the UK and the Ultra-Low Emission Zone in London.

  • Green number plate and local incentives

    Some local authorities offer incentives for electric vehicles, including reduced-cost Residents’ Parking Permits and Green Vehicle Permits.

Up to £350 per charging station

Up to £350 per charging station

Businesses, charities and public authorities can claim a grant of up to £350 per charging socket towards the cost of installing up to 40 new electric vehicle chargers at their premises.

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Offsetting tax when going electric

Offsetting tax when going electric

Businesses buying electric vehicles can write down 100% of the purchase price against their corporation tax liability.

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Lower BIK

Lower BIK

Company Car Drivers receive lower Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax. 2% in 22/23 tax year.

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BIK exemption

BIK exemption

Drivers of electric vehicles will not incur a BIK charge for the electricity used at work.

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