You can charge your Audi e-tron with a Type 2 connector at home, work or at a public charging point. There is also a CCS connector for rapid charging.
|Charging method||Typically found at||Charging time*||Range/hour**|
|Empty to full|
|3-pin plug||Home||42 h||6 m/h|
|3.7kw||Home/ Work||26 h||10 m/h|
|7kw||Home/ Work/ Public locations||14 h||18 m/h|
|22kw||Work/ Public locations||9 h||28 m/h|
|50kw||Public locations||70 min||64 m/30 min|
|150kw||Public locations||30 min||193m / 30 min|
*Based on Pod Point estimates, charging rates can differ based on the ambient temperature, the state of the batter (e.g empty or half full) and variation in charging rate.
**Range per hour is the number of miles you can expect to get from an hour of charging at the relevant rate.
As Audi's recommended supplier - Pod Point offer two different types of home charging units.
|3.7kW Charger||7kW Charger||22kW Charger|
|1.6x faster than a 3-pin plug||3x faster than a 3-pin plug||10x faster than a 3-pin plug|
|Note: The Audi E-tron onboard charging is capable of receiving a 11kW charge|
With the OLEV grant, you will be able to reduce the cost of your homecharger by £500
|Are you eligible for the OLEV grant?|
|Do you have dedicated off street parking?|
|Do you have a plug-in vehicle that was purchased after 1st October 2016?|
|Have you not already claimed the grant for your vehicle?|
|By claiming the grant you are not exceeding the limit of two OLEV funded chargepoints per household|