Audi Electric Car and Plug-in Hybrid Range

The Audi range now includes a wide range of electric-powered vehicles from plug-in hybrid saloons and electric hatchbacks to electric SUV cars

Audi Electric Cars and Plug-in Hybrid Cars



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Audi Electric Vehicle cost saving calculator


Compare the running cost and key features of any Audi electric vehicle with your own car and any other brand using the Audi car comparator.

When deciding on your next car, it is important to compare like for like. Whether you are a private customer, a fleet manager or a company driver, our comparison tool makes it easy.


Audi Electric Cars


Audi fully electric vehicles give you everything you’d expect from an Audi with the added benefit of being fully electric. 

From taking advantage of incentives and exemptions, to reducing emissions whilst driving, there are so many benefits to owning an electric Audi, including:

✔ Instant torque
✔ Less emissions whilst driving
✔ Local incentives - which may include reduced cost Residents’ Parking Permits, Green Vehicle Permits and free parking
✔ Congestion Charge exemption
✔ Free access to Low Emission Zones
✔ Electric car offers and incentives

Browse our new Audi range of fully electric (e-tron) vehicles. They are everything you’d expect from Audi. Plus electric.

Visit your nearest Inchcape Audi retailer today to experience an electric test drive experience. 

At Inchcape Audi, we highly recommend that you use a wall box to charge your electric Audi. However, occasionally you may want to charge your car using a 3-pin socket, therefore your electric Audi also comes with a Compact Charging System (Please speak with your local retailer as some of the compact charging system is currently unavailable with some of our TFSI e models), to help you connect.

Benefits of home charging include the following:

✔ Plug in and charge overnight for a full charge in the morning
✔ Take advantage of cheaper night time electricity rates
✔ Save trips to public charging stations with home charging 


If using a domestic socket, please consult an electrician before plugging in for the first time. Contact an electrician before plugging into a domestic socket for the first time as suitability for charging using a domestic socket will depend on the condition of the wiring in your home. If the domestic socket is on the same circuit as other appliances, particularly those in frequent use, the additional amperage may be enough to trip a breaker switch.

Many electricity providers are even offering specific home electric vehicle tariffs which could make your running costs even cheaper. Plus you may be eligible to receive a government contribution towards the cost and installation of your home wall box. Find out more here.


There are now thousands of public charging stations across the UK. Backed by Government initiatives and spurred on by public demand, more and more charging points are being added to the public network every day. You can find Audi Charging Service points through your car's navigation or myAudi app.

Get myAudi on IOS here 
Get myAudi on Android here
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Audi Plug-in Hybrid TFSI e collection Cars


Audi's plug-in hybrid cars have a combustion engine and electric motor, giving you the best of both EV and traditional worlds, from hatchback to saloon, theres a plug-in hybrid for every taste.

Download the EV&me app to see if changing to a plug-in hybrid vehicle could be right for you.

Get myAudi on IOS here 
Get myAudi on Android here


Browse our new or used Audi range of plug-in hybrid (TFSI e) vehicles.

Visit your nearest Inchcape Audi retailer today to experience a Plug-in hybrid Audi test drive experience. 

At Inchcape Audi, we highly recommend that you use a wall box to charge your electric Audi. However, occasionally you may want to charge your car using a 3-pin socket, therefore your electric Audi also comes with a Compact Charging System (Please speak with your local retailer as some of the compact charging system is currently unavailable with some of our TFSI e models), to help you connect.

Benefits of home charging include the following:

✔ Plug in and charge overnight for a full charge in the morning
✔ Take advantage of cheaper night time electricity rates
✔ Save trips to public charging stations with home charging 


If using a domestic socket, please consult an electrician before plugging in for the first time. Contact an electrician before plugging into a domestic socket for the first time as suitability for charging using a domestic socket will depend on the condition of the wiring in your home. If the domestic socket is on the same circuit as other appliances, particularly those in frequent use, the additional amperage may be enough to trip a breaker switch.

Many electricity providers are even offering specific home electric vehicle tariffs which could make your running costs even cheaper. Plus you may be eligible to receive a government contribution towards the cost and installation of your home wall box. Find out more here.

There are now thousands of public charging stations across the UK. Backed by Government initiatives and spurred on by public demand, more and more charging points are being added to the public network every day. You can find Audi Charging Service points through your car's navigation or myAudi app.

Get myAudi on IOS here 
Get myAudi on Android here


Audi EV Service and Maintenance


What servicing and maintenance do electric Audis need?


Inspection Service


An Inspection Service Includes many traditional servicing elements such as checking fluid levels, filters and lights, as well as the condition of the tyres and the braking system to ensure they meet the legal requirements. There are further inspections carried out by our trained technicians that are specific to you e-tron, for example checking your vehicle’s charging port, high-voltage system, and if applicable, replacing the coolant leakage reservoir. An inspection service is required at the below intervals:

Q4 e-tron / Q4 Sportback e-tron - Every 2 years
Q8 e-tron / Q8 Sportback e-tron / SQ8 e-tron / SQ8 Sportback e-tron - Every 18,600 miles / 2 years
e-tron GT quattro / RS e-tron GT - Every 2 years
MOT Service - Due on vehicle’s 3rd birthday and then annually
Pollen Filter Replacement - Every 2 years
Brake Fluid Change -
Every 2 years
Air Conditioning Service -
Every 4 years (only applicable to vehicles fitted with a heat pump - Q4 e-tron / Q4 Sportback e-tron)

What wear and tear can be expected for electric Audi cars?

Depending on driving behaviour and the age of the electric car, typical parts affected by wear and tear can be tyres, brake pads and discs, and wiper blades.

Tyre consumption may be higher due to higher weight and torque, but this will vary depending on driving style.
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