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Explore the Audi all-electric range, also known as the Audi e-tron range.

How much is the all-electric Audi?

  • Q8 e-tron – from £68,595
  • Q4 e-tron - from £49,215
  • Q8 e-tron Sportback – from £71,0953
  • SQ8 e-tron – from £98,295
  • e-tron GT - from £84,950

How far can I drive an Audi e-tron on a single charge?

  • e-tron - Up to 249 miles range
  • Q4 e-tron - Up to 316 miles range
  • e-tron Sportback - Up to 241 miles range
  • e-tron S - Up to 221 miles range
  • e-tron GT - Up to 296 miles range
  • Q8 e-tron Sportback –294 miles
  • SQ8 e-tron –284 miles

What electric vehicles are there in the Audi e-tron Range?

The Audi e-tron ticks the versatility box, while a high-end interior feels just as luxurious as the rest of the Audi SUV range. The e-tron’s long wheelbase means there’s plenty of legroom for those sitting in the back - and there’s a decent amount of boot space too.

Following on from the e-tron, Audi launched the Audi e-tron sportback, with a sculpted and coupé style exterior, with its sloping roofline. Inside the e-tron Sportback, you’ll find plenty of space to fit 5 people comfortably.

The e-tron S is Audi’s first electric performance car. It takes the strides already made by the regular e-tron whilst adding genuine, supercar-scaring performance into the mix - kicking out a hefty 496bhp, allowing for a 0-60mph time of just 4.5 seconds.

Audi e-tron exterior charging port

Does Audi have an electric car?

With 12 electrified Audi vehicles in the making and some already appearing on our roads, we have a lot of electric Audi models to look forward to! With a range of concept cars, and set to be completely CO₂ neutral by 2050, Audi are planning on transforming your driving experience with their Audi electric car range..

With the latest advances, such as recuperation that charges the battery as you drive, and the latest smart connected car technology that links you, your car and your smartphone, there is plenty of new features to look forward to on these new EV models.

Audi plan on adding 10 more electric vehicles to the e-tron range over the next few years. Although full details have yet to be confirmed, Audi have said that they will cover ‘every market from the compact to the full-size class’, while an ‘Avant’ estate of some variety has also been mentioned.

Peter Mertens, Audi board member for technical development, said: “In the future, virtually every market segment will include models powered by a combination of electric motors and a combustion engine that can be charged at an electric outlet.”

Is Audi e-tron fully electric?

The Audi e-tron, e-tron S and e-tron sportback are Audi's fully electric vehicles, which offer everything you’d expect from an Audi with a smoother and more pleasurable drive, thanks to the electric motor. They also have a great electric range of up to 252 miles.

Audi also have a plug in hybrid model called the Q5 TFSI e that brings all the benefits of electric driving but still has the convenience of a petrol engine.