Electric vehicles are increasing in popularity and it's easy to see why.
With many environmental benefits as well as great personal advantages to the driver, there has never been a better time to make the switch.
Audi offers plug-in hybrid (TFSI e) and fully electric (e-tron) cars, which you can explore below. The Audi e-tron is Audi's first fully electric model. It offers the same exceptional performance and stunning style that you would expect from an Audi, but with the added benefit of being fully electric.
Discover how far you will be able to drive in the Audi electric range by using the Audi range calculator, which will also take into account an number of factors to give you an estimated range.
If you use your electric car to travel around 30 miles a day, you will only need to charge it around once or twice a week. Ideally, you can do this at home overnight using your optional wall box. When it comes to conserving energy, the heater and air conditioning systems can make a big difference to your vehicle’s range. The outside temperature can also sometimes affect the electric car’s range.
We’ve made charging your electric vehicle simple and accessible, allowing you to charge at home, on the go and even in a rush. To charge at home, all you need is a household socket or wall box that’s been professionally installed. There is a choice of three different power outlets and charging speeds available. All charging equipment is completely weather proof. When out and about you can simply charge it up during a short break at a charging station, in as little as 20 minutes.
There is the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) gives you up to £35 towards the cost of installing selected higher-powered charging wallboxes at home. Also, your employer could also benefit from installing a charging station if they apply to the Workplace Charging Scheme, it is a voucher based scheme that provides support towards the up-front costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle charge points.
The typical overnight electricity rate in the UK is 14p per kWh, which you can travel for around 2-3p per mile, compared to 15p per mile on an average diesel cars.
Charging times at home depend on what kind of power supply you have installed. A 3-pin plug will take 17 hours, whilst a wall box takes between 5 and 10 hours. Rapid chargers take just 45 minutes to charge the vehicle.
The government plug-in grant offers up to a maximum of £2,500 off the purchase price. Not all low-emission vehicles will get a grant, it is only available vehicles that been approved by the government and the cars must cost less than £35,000. Savings are automatically included by your local Marriott Audi dealership.
Cars like the e-tron that are zero-emission are exempt from paying Vehicle Excise Duty, also know as road tax, in the first year.
We offer a service and maintenance programme bespoke to the e-tron, you will receive a special Audi e-tron warranty that protects your car for up to 3 years after purchase. Depending on the type of cover you will need, we have 4 Service Plan packages available for you to choose from, with monthly payment options available.
SERVICE PLAN LEVEL 1 - £415 (upfront cost) or £23.06 per month (over 18 months)
SERVICE PLAN LEVEL 2 - £799 (upfront cost) or £22.19 per month (over 36 months)
SERVICE PLAN LEVEL 3 - £899 (upfront cost) or £24.97 per month (over 36 months)
SERVICE PLAN LEVEL 4 - £1,385 (upfront cost) or £38.47 per month (over 36 months)
There are a number of charging options for electric vehicle owners, from public charging point to wallboxes that can be fitted at your home.
With the popularity of electric vehicles increasing, there are plenty of charging options available. View the map below to locate your local charging points.