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The e-tron® represents a bold new world. Learn more about range, performance, and how to reserve an Audi e-tron. 

Charging battery & range

Each Audi e-tron® will come standard with a charging capsule capable of up-to 9.6 kW charging. You can power the charging capsule by plugging into a standard 120 volt household outlet or, if home wiring permits, a 240 volt outlet that allows for Level 2 charging.

The e-tron can be fully recharged at home in about 10.5 hours with a Level 2 charger (240V/50A outlet) depending on the existing charge level of the vehicle. Furthermore, the e-tron® is compatible with 150 kW high-speed commercial chargers that can offer up to an 80% recharge in about 30 minutes.

Yes, the e-tron® will come standard with a dual-voltage home charger. This charger will include plugs that can utilize both a standard Level 1 120V household outlet (1.2 kW) as well as a 240V NEMA 14-50 outlet (9.6 kW). Additional charging plug types will be available through Audi Aftersales.

The Audi e-tron® includes an advanced battery with an integrated cooling system designed to help optimize performance in various conditions, offering repeatable performance. Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, extreme hot or cold weather temperatures, battery age, and vehicle condition.


The battery was built within a protective honeycomb structure. The cooling system is bonded below the battery structure and helps prevent shorts and thermal events by helping to keep the coolant fluids separate from the batteries in the event of a collision.

The Audi e-tron® will be manufactured in the significantly updated Audi Brussels facility. The facility has been designed to use renewable energy and bio gas to offset natural gas and fuel used during heating and production. The goal is not only to manufacture a vehicle with no tailpipe emissions, but also manufacture it in facility that is designed to be more sustainable.

The e-tron® is being designed to offer long-range capability, making long distance trips possible on a single charge. The official range of the vehicle will be determined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and will be released at a later date closer to market availability. Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, weather and temperature, battery age and vehicle condition.

To use your energy credits, you must first unlock them by setting yourself as the Key User of your vehicle and complete the following steps using the myAudi app:

1.       Log into the myAudi app and select “Start Electrify America charger”. If the link is inactive, please contact your nearest Audi dealer to become the Key User for your vehicle.

2.       On the following screen, select “Unlock charging credits”.

3.       On the next screen, input your mobile phone, agree to receive text messages and agree to terms and conditions.

4.       Select “Submit” to unlock your energy credits.


The e-tron® Edition One is an exclusive e-tron® that comes with unique, pre-configured features, including the Daytona Gray exterior metallic paint, black interior with Volcano Gray Ash wood inlays, 21” 5-spoke Edition One wheels, and Dynamic Orange brake calipers. Only 999 e-tron® Edition One vehicles will be produced.

By purchasing an e-tron®, you may be eligible for a federal tax credit of up to $7,500.  Additional state incentives may also be available.


Using the myAudi app, you will be able to manage your e-tron®'s connected features. Tools will be available to help you charge your e-tron® from afar, plan convenient routes based on the estimated current range of your vehicle, monitor battery life, and more.

Effective September 14, 2018

In addition to the data collection practices described in the audiusa.com privacy statement (including the practices with respect to additional services such as myAudi and Audi connect), AoA will collect driver behavior data from Audi e-tron vehicles, such as vehicle speed, seat belt use, and information about braking habits, and use it for the purposes set forth in the audiusa.com privacy statement. These may include, as further described in the audiusa.com privacy statement: providing you with products and services, for our own internal business purposes, or for legal, safety or security reasons. We may also use or transfer the data in an anonymized or aggregated format.

However, please note that personally identifiable driver behavior data will not be used for AoA marketing purposes or shared with unaffiliated third parties to use for their own purposes without your affirmative consent.

This driver behavior data will be collected regardless of whether you sign up for or use additional services.  However, your connected vehicle will be equipped with a “Privacy Mode” that allows you to control what information is collected from the vehicle, including the ability to discontinue any sharing of vehicle data.  Please see the “Your Choices” section of the audiusa.com privacy statement for more information. 


Click here to view the full privacy statement applicable to Audi e-tron Model Years 2019 and newer.


As part of the Alternative Fuel Vehicles Training program, Audi is working with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to help prepare the nation's fire service and other first responders for the growing number of alternative fuel vehicles on the road.

Downloadable emergency response guides can be found here: https://www.nfpa.org/Training-and-Events/By-topic/Alternative-Fuel-Vehicle-Safety-Training/Emergency-Response-Guides/Audi