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We’re taking the e-tron® prototype to the streets to demonstrate its capabilities. 250 test vehicles are being put through their paces in a series of rigorous challenges under extreme conditions. We’re doing electric properly — the Audi way.

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The e-tron® will represent a bold new world. Learn about range, performance, financial incentives and more.

An individual who purchases an e-tron® may be eligible for a federal tax credit of up to $7,500. Additional state incentives may also be available. Federal and state incentives are subject to change; please reference your state’s specific legislation regarding incentive eligibility as not all incentives may be applicable to every customer.

The manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing (MSRP) for the U.S. market will be announced alongside other specifications and details in Fall 2018.

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.

The e-tron® will be manufactured in the brand new, environmentally sustainable Audi Brussels facility, which was designed specifically to produce Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs).

At home is where most customers are expected to charge their vehicles, so you can wake up to a full charge from your home. And when you’re on the go, there are over 15,000 public charging stations with over 39,000 public charging outlets in the U.S. that are compatible with the Audi e-tron®. More charging stations are planned, including the Electrify America charging network which plans to establish over 650 new locations including nearly 300 highway sites across the country for longer trips.

Yes, the e-tron® will come standard with a dual-voltage home charger. This charger will include plugs that can utilize both a standard 120-volt household outlet (1.2 kW) as well as a fast-speed 240-volt NEMA 6-50 outlet (9.6 kW). Additional charging plugs will be available through Audi Aftersales. 

The e-tron® can be fully recharged at home in under 10 hours with a standard Level 2 charger (240-volt), depending on charger capabilities and the existing charge level. Furthermore, the e-tron® is designed to support 150 kW high-speed public chargers that can offer up to an 80% recharge in about 30 minutes.

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