The incredible acceleration. The almost silent drive. The great feeling of driving locally without CO2 emissions. If you've ever experienced an electric car or driven electrically with a plug-in hybrid, you know how fascinating electric mobility is. However, e-tron not only means driving enjoyment thanks to the electric drive, but also unrestricted suitability for everyday use. A trouble-free everyday life with an electric car or plug-in hybrid means first and foremost problem-free charging.
How far can I get in city traffic, on country roads or on the motorway? What difference can I achieve with the "efficiency" driving mode ? Answers to this can be found in our range calculator! The ranges shown here reflect values based on customer cycles that match the Audi portfolio. An activated air conditioning system is assumed here - unlike in the WLTP cycle. With a particularly energy-efficient driving style (e.g. constant average speed, no air conditioning ) higher ranges are achievable. The driving profiles are not set at constant speeds. In order to be close to reality, acceleration and deceleration phases based on empirical values in the city, cross-country or on the motorway are used for each driving profile.
Would you like to find out what costs and emissions you can save?
Why not use the cost comparison calculator to determine your potential savings. In the CO2 emissions comparison, the emissions of the fuel (petrol/diesel) are compared with the emissions that are emitted during the electricity production process in Germany. These can additionally be reduced by a green electricity contract.
Wondering how an electric car would work on the routes you take every day?
Whether it's commuting to work, a weekend trip or a holiday trip - the Audi e-tron is your companion. Based on our examples from everyday life you can get a feel for the maximum range of over 400 km of the Audi e-tron.
Charge your electric car or plug-in hybrids conveniently at home. The best time is at night, when the car is not in use and there is most excess electricity.