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Going Electric

Going Electric

From public charging to tips to maximise range, here you’ll find the information you need to take the next step in your electric journey.

Powering fleets for the road

Here at Audi, we want to make switching to an electric car as simple as it is driving one. With our expertise and wide range of fully electric and hybrid vehicles, we help you make the transition to electric as seamless as possible. You can also access our online tools and take advantage of all the charging solutions that you need through our partner Pod Point.

The longterm benefits of going electric

Over an electric vehicle’s lifetime, the total cost of ownership is significantly lower than a petrol or diesel car. As well as lower National Insurance contributions and reduced Benefit-in-Kind, electricity costs less per mile than petrol or diesel equivalents. Switching to electric cuts CO2 emissions too, minimising the impact on the environment.


Popular hybrid & electric cars

From our plug-in hybrid models including the self-assured A3 Sportback TFSI e and the instantly recognisable Q5 TFSI e, to our thrilling fully electric e-tron models, our range brings together spirited sportiness and everyday practicality.

Embrace electrification with Audi

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    Growing charging infrastructure

    The public charging infrastructure is growing rapidly. And with our reliable e-tron Charging Service, you already have access to almost 75% of the UK's public charging points with one card², including some of the UK's leading charging operators like BP Pulse and Pod Point. It’s a network designed to deliver fast and convenient charging, wherever you go.

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    Charging cars overnight at home, or when parked at work for several hours, is usually cheaper and more convenient. However, if you need to recharge quickly, or need a ‘top-up’ during long journeys, using a rapid charge point can provide an 80% charge in around 30 minutes³.

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    Electric range and how it behaves

    As with any car, driving efficiency can vary depending on driving style, temperature, and other factors. Performance-assisting features like regenerative braking which redirects unused energy back to the battery and pre-conditioning can improve efficiency and range.

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    Understand if electric is right for you

    The EV-4-Me tool will show you the many benefits of making the switch, and you can discover which Audi EV meets your requirements.

Going electric

Electric offers

Take advantage of our current offers, relating to both fully electric and plug-in hybrid Audis. From reduced price home charging wall boxes⁴, to 4,500 miles of free electric driving⁵, there are more reasons than ever to go electric today.

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The financial advantages of electric

Switching to Audi electric cuts CO2 emissions, reduces total cost of ownership and ensures an electrifying experience for company car drivers.

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    Emissions - charge exemptions

    More and more towns and cities are introducing clean air zones (CAZs) and low emission zones (LEZs), each with their own charges. Electric vehicles are currently exempt from charges, which means drivers regularly entering these zones can make significant savings.

    Grants and incentives
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    Electrified powertrains

    A plug-in hybrid uses both the electric motor and internal combustion engine. For shorter journeys, most of your day-to-day driving can be done on electric power which reduces tailpipe emissions. Additionally a fully electric car produces zero tailpipe emissions, which helps fleets to reduce carbon footprint. Drivers also pay lower benefit in kind.

Range dependent on trim and optional equipment. All vehicles are tested according to WLTP technical procedures. Figures shown are official test values for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including but not limited to factory fitted options, accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, road and traffic conditions, individual driving styles, vehicle load, vehicle condition, use of systems like climate control (and, for battery electric vehicles, the starting charge, age and conditions of the battery). Figures for battery electric vehicles were obtained after the battery had been fully charged. Battery electric vehicles require mains electricity for charging. Zero emissions while driving. Figures quoted are subject to change due to ongoing approvals/changes and figures may include options not available in the UK. Please consult your local Audi Centre for further information. Data correct in October 2021.
Estimate calculation based on eCS charge points coverage of 19,485 (data correct as of 16th December 2021) and total applicable UK charge points coverage of 26,940 (November 2021 Zap map data). Data based on Type 2 and CCS devices only, excludes private and dealership charging stations (with the exception of Porsche) and non-compatible charging stations including other OEMS.
Based on an Audi e-tron 55 using an Ionity charging point. Actual charging times will vary depending on various factors, including the selected vehicle (and battery option, if available), the type of charger used, the level of charge in the battery, the age type, condition and temperature of the charger and the battery, the power supply, ambient temperature at the point of use and other environmental factors. Charging times will also be affected by the charging curve (for example, once charging passes 80%, charging will slow to protect the battery's longevity) and will be longer if battery temperature activates safeguarding technology. Direct Current (DC) timings based on a 5 to 80% charge using a ultra-rapid DC public charge station at the vehicle’s maximum charging capability.
New Q4 e-tron, Q4 Sportback e-tron, e-tron, e-tron Sportback and e-tron GT customers who place an order from the 1st April – 31st December 2022 and have an installation of before 1st April 2023 can receive a subsidised Pod Point 7kW home wallbox with standard installation for £599 RRP. The wall box must be ordered from PodPoint via a participating Audi Centre at the time of ordering your new Audi e-tron. Please request the offer at the time of vehicle order to ensure your order is placed by the Audi Centre. UK retail and fleet customers purchasing a new Audi e-tron from participating Audi Centres only. Please speak to your local Audi Centre for more information. The discounted £599 wall box included in the offer is a 7kW Pod Point Solo wallbox with standard installation only. The availability of standard installation depends on various factors including the age and condition of the existing wiring at the property and the location of the nearest electricity point/meter. To find out whether you are likely to qualify for standard installation, please visit here (https://pod-point.com/standard-install-and-olev-terms-conditions). Standard installation is subject to survey. You will have the option to choose between a universal socket or tethered unit. Supply, installation and maintenance of the wall box will be subject to a separate contract between the customer and Pod Point. Neither Audi UK nor the Audi Centre can accept any responsibility in connection with that contract and any customer queries or claims must be directed to Pod Point. Customers will need to liaise directly with Pod Point in connection with survey and installation. Any additional costs for example additional accessories, wall box upgrades, non-standard installation, must be paid for by the customer. Wallboxes are non-transferable and non-refundable and there is no cash or other alternative. However, Audi UK reserves the right to include a different wallbox and installation, of equivalent or greater value, within the offer. If an Audi e-tron order is cancelled after installation of the wallbox, then the customer will be liable to repay to Pod Point the fees paid by Audi UK in connection with the wallbox and standard installation. If the customer cancels an Audi e-tron order before the installation has taken place then no charges will be made. This does not affect customers' statutory rights. Subject to availability and we reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any time. UK sales only (excludes Channel Islands and Isle of Man).
New customers to Octopus Energy who purchase an Audi electric vehicle and who set up an account for gas and/or electricity and sign up via the referral link provided by Audi UK will be eligible for free miles in the form of £45 credit per fuel type on their energy account. To receive £90 credit, customers must switch both fuels (gas and electricity) to Octopus Energy. If only one account is switched, the customer will receive £45 credit. The credit shall be applied once the account is on supply and the first direct debit payment has been taken. If you qualify for more than one marketing incentive, Octopus reserves the right to give you just one incentive. To benefit from the Octopus Go tariff, the customer must have a SMETS2 smart meter or a SecureTM branded SMETS1 meter that they have agreed to let Octopus receive half-hourly consumption data from. There are some instances where a smart meter installation is not possible, for example remote areas with poor mobile signal. Where smart meter installation is not possible, customers can sign up to an Octopus standard tariff and still receive the £45 credit per fuel type. For the Q4 e-tron SUV 40 S line, at Octopus' Go tariff off-peak rate (7.5 p/kWh), £90 credit is equivalent to an estimated figure of up to 4,500 miles. This is based on a usable battery capacity of 76.6 kWh and official WLTP test range of 308 miles, giving an efficiency average of 0.25 kWh/mile. Efficiency differs depending on multiple variables, such as driving style, driving conditions and vehicle configuration. Figures (including official range, efficiency average and estimated mileage equivalent to the credit value) may not reflect the real life driving results you achieve. If the vehicle is not charged during the off-peak window £90 credit is equivalent to up to approximately 1100 miles based on the peak electricity price of 30.73/kWh. Existing Octopus Energy customers who joined Octopus Energy directly and purchase an electric vehicle from Audi can still avail this offer and should contact Octopus Energy directly on evoffers@octopus.energy to request a switch and/or add credit to their account. Existing customers must not have claimed other Octopus joining rewards (and must not have joined via a refer a friend scheme or another Octopus partner) to be eligible. Audi UK reserves the right to withdraw the offer without notice. Correct as of January 2022.

Models shown are not UK specification. Please use model configurator to view UK specifications.