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The first ever all-electric Audi.

Introducing our first ever, all-electric car: the new Audi e-tron. Everything you’d expect of an Audi, powered entirely by electricity.

With its stunning, aerodynamic body and elegant, luxurious cabin, the Audi e-tron certainly has a unique presence. Driven entirely by two electric motors that produce up to 300kW (or 408PS) of power harnessed by quattro all-wheel-drive, it heralds a new era. Not just for those seeking the benefits of electric mobility, but for everyone who demands the driving experience of an Audi.


Electrifying design.

It begins with a streamlined body that not only gives the Audi e-tron a dramatic appearance; flowing contours, aided by optional virtual wing mirrors, lend it exceptional aerodynamics that promote efficiency and an almost silent drive. And, while the octagonal grille clearly marks it as an Audi SUV, special e-tron details, such as a unique light signature, ensures it stands apart.

Step inside and you’ll see that the e-tron’s modern, uncluttered design accentuates the cabin’s spaciousness. Unlike conventional models, there’s no centre tunnel that impedes space. Customisable virtual cockpit, discrete touch-screens with haptic feedback, voice-command controls and an unobtrusive centre console allow for a clear, expansive dashboard. Finished with first-class materials and with almost total noise insulation, the experience for up to 5 passengers is one of supreme comfort and luxury.


Fully charged performance.

With the Audi e-tron, electric efficiency sacrifices nothing to performance; an electric motor at the front and one at the rear jointly produce 300kW of power, propelling this full-sized SUV from 0-62mph in less than 6 seconds. Unlike a combustion-powered vehicle, the acceleration response is almost instant, providing a thrilling sensation at launch.

The e-tron goes the distance too, with a range of 248 miles* on a single charge under stringent test conditions. Recharging is possible in a number of flexible ways: at home, via a domestic socket or, for a reduced charging time, with a specially fitted wallbox; or on the road, via high-power charging stations. Where available, the e-tron can be replenished at 150kW terminals that can recharge the battery to 80% within 30 minutes and 100% within 50 minutes.



Powerful intelligence.

Electric power isn’t the only innovation you’ll find within the new Audi e-tron; it also has an array of advanced, intelligent features and options for extra comfort and confidence on every trip.

Beginning with pre sense 360°, the e-tron constantly monitors your surroundings and can initiate protective measures if needed. Rear cross traffic assist, Crossing assist and Turn assist all detect and help evade unexpected hazards you may not have noticed. Adaptive cruise assist keeps you a safe distance from vehicles in front. And Efficiency assist monitors the route ahead to help preserve power. Just a few examples of the Audi e-tron’s extraordinary intelligence.



Cameras, not mirrors.

For the first time in an Audi production car, the Audi e-tron has the option of virtual wing mirrors.

They replace traditional glass mirrors with cameras that stream a view of what’s behind, onto displays mounted within the front doors. Far narrower than standard mirrors, they not only reduce drag, but also help cut the already impressively low wind noise. What’s more, their view is fully adjustable. Focus can be zoomed and moved depending on driving conditions; the result is better all-round visibility and enhanced safety for car and passengers.


Better connected.

As well as sensing your immediate surroundings, the Audi e-tron uses the networked intelligence of Audi connect to help you plan trips further afield.

Seamlessly, via the in-car MMI system, the MyAudi smartphone app, or desktop web portal, the e-tron offers a range of Audi connect systems, including the e-tron route planner. It calculates routes showing charging stations, shows their estimated charge times and incorporates these with traffic data to calculate your arrival time. With this easily-planned charging schedule, the e-tron is as suitable for longer trips as it is for everyday use.

Grants for owning electric.

The UK government is keen for people to take up electric driving and provide a number of incentives. One, called the Plug-In Car Grant, is worth £3,500. Please find further information, here.

Another is the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), a grant of £500 towards the cost of installing selected higher-powered charging wallboxes at home.

Some local authorities also offer the On-Street Residential Charge point Scheme (ORCS), which provides funding towards the cost of installing on-street charging points.

And, cars like the e-tron that are zero-emission are exempt from paying Vehicle Excise Duty, also known as road tax, in the first year.


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e-tron 

From £71,520

The Audi e-tron is the most-advanced Audi yet. Fully electric, 5-door SUV with lane departure warnings, Pre-sense Front and Basic, and a rear-view camera as standard.

With its stunning design and luxurious cabin, the Audi e-tron is not just all electric. It’s all Audi.



e-tron Launch Edition

From £82,270

The Audi e-tron is the most-advanced Audi yet. Fully electric, 5-door SUV with virtual door mirrors, Pre-sense Front and Basic, and a rear-view camera as standard.

With its stunning design and luxurious cabin, the Audi e-tron is not just all electric. It’s all Audi.


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Please note:

Images are for illustration purposes only and some of the equipment shown is optional. Starting from prices are based on the entry level derivative model and are subject to change.

*Manufacturer's figures. May not reflect real world driving – actual range may vary as a result of driving mode and style, additional electricity using equipment, load/number of passengers, outside temperature, terrain and other factors. Official EU range figure not yet available – please consult your local retailer for further information.