Audi Electric Car Range

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.

Range Calculator

Making The Move to Electric Motoring Marriott Audi are proud to say we're an Electric Vehicle Approved dealership. This accreditation means we've been recognised for our expertise regarding Electric & Hybrid driving, so rest assured you're in the right hands.

Making the switch to electric is a huge step to reducing emissions and the release of them into the atmosphere. This reduction in harmful emissions also has a positive effect on human health, particularly in busy, built up areas. Zero emissions also means you don’t have to pay the London congestion charge. Although emissions are much lower per mile than petrol or diesel engines, you could go one step further and switch to Ecotricity, Britain’s greenest energy company. This would mean your electricity will come completely from renewable and sustainable sources, rather than a fossil fuel power plant.

Recharging an electric vehicle costs much less than filling up with fuel. The cost of electricity at charging stations varies and some points are free, however charging at home can cost as little as 2p per mile. What’s more, the government offers grants to anyone making the switch, saving you thousands of pounds before you’ve even driven away.



      Helpful Videos

      We've put together a few short videos to give you an insight into EV Ownership. If you have any further questions or wish to take a test drive for yourself, please get in touch with our friendly team at your local Marriott Audi.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      What are the different types of Electric Vehicles?


      There are 3 main types of Electric Vehicle (EV); 100% Electric, Plug-in Hybrids (PHEV) and Mild Hybrids. 100% Electric does as the name suggests, runs completely off electric and will need to be plugged in to be re-charged. PHEVs also need to be plugged in to be recharged but as a hybrid they still use an amount of petrol or diesel to run. Finally, Mild Hybrids run on both electricity and petrol or diesel but don't require to be plugged in to recharge.

      How do I charge an Electric Vehicle?


      Electric vehicles can either be charged at public or private charging stations, allowing you to charge your vehicle’s battery regardless of where you are. Mild Hybrids (those that don't require to be plugged in) recharge on their own through regenerative braking without needing to be plugged in. This means the battery will recharge by energy produced each time you brake.

      What type of Public Chargers are available?


      There are 3 main types of Public Chargers; Fast, Rapid and Ultra-Rapid Chargers. You can find out more about Public Charging here.

      Where can I find Public Chargers?


      Fast chargers are usually found in supermarket carparks or leisure centres. Rapid and Ultra Rapid chargers are typically found at service stations. Several shops, restaurants, hotels, workplaces and car parks do now have electric chargers. You can search what type of chargers are nearby or on your route via ZapMap

      What are my Home Charging options?


      Home chargers come in the form of a normal 3-pin plug or you can have a wallbox installed. The 3-pin plug option uses a standard plug in your home, these usually take longer to charge your EV. There's many wallbox options on the market and they vary in charging speed based on their kW. They are fitted to your outside wall close to where you park your EV and allows you to plug you EV in and charge it. The wallboxes that we offer in partnership with Insight Energy can be found here. We will discuss which wallbox is most suited to your EV and your lifestyle and help arrange it to be fitted at your house.

      How long does it take to charge an Electric Vehicle?


      Ultra-Rapid chargers typically take between 20 - 30 minutes and Rapid chargers take up to an hour. Fast chargers take between 1 to 6 hours depending on the amount of kW your car can take. These charge times will differ depending on multiple conditions such as your car's battery size. A home charger can be used for overnight use, where the prices are lower. Please ask our team for specific charging times for an individual model.

      How often will I need to recharge my EV?


      The frequency of recharging depends on many factors that will be personal to your vehicle and your lifestyle. Each EV has a different mile range they're able to do on a single charge based on their battery size. Therefore, your EV will display how many miles you have left before needing to recharge.

      Is Electric Charging expensive?


      No, public charging networks allows you to reduce your annual fuel bill by around 35%. Additionally, charging an electric car at home is 80-90% cheaper per year than refuelling with petrol or diesel if you use a smart charge point to schedule your vehicle to charge overnight.

      How far can I travel in an EV?


      An EV's electric mile range will vary per each make and model. Please speak to a member of our team to find out about a specific vehicle. But with regular EV charging stations that are now available the distance you can travel is endless.

      What about Servicing an EV?


      Servicing an EV will be required at regular intervals, the same as a standard vehicle. We offer EV Service Plans to help you spread the costs via monthly payments over a set period of time.​

      Charging Points

      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.

      Socket and Wallbox Charging from home using a socket or wallbox, you will pay for the battery charge on your next electricity bill.
      Public Charging Points Paid for public charging points - you choose your provider, who will bill you for the power you use when charging.
      Free Charging Points Free charging points are located across the country, commonly found in car park of large stores.
      Future Models and Concepts Find out more about potential upcoming models and concept cars
        Audi AI: TRAIL With off road capabilities and autonomous functions, this car has fully electric mobility. It has a futuristic appearance with its buggy-style four-door design. The battery has been placed in the underbody and it uses four electric motors, creating a low centre of gravity. It has five drones which work as both lighting and cameras, making it fully visible in the dark whilst creating lighting for passengers as they step out of the car.
        Audi AI: ME The Audi AI: ME has been designed with a relaxing interior, with seats as comfortable as armchairs and ability to set up tables and enjoy a drink using non-sliding cups, making it the perfect car for weekends away. The displays can be operated using touch or voice controls and the touch panel allows passengers to control features such as the seats, temperature, lighting and sound system.
        Audi AI: CON The Audi AI: CON has been designed with a sharply inclined silhouette, whilst the interior has no steering wheel, pedals, or need for a driver. This allows maximum comfort for its passengers. When you reach an AI Zone, it can pull up to a charging station and charge its own battery, with a range between 435 and 497.1 miles in a single charge.