Audi Electric Cars
We have a range of electric cars from Audi available on our all inclusive monthly subscription model. Read on for more info on our range and Audi’s history in the EV space.
Why you should drive an Audi electric car
Audi produces a range of high-quality and highly regarded cars that offer plenty of luxury, power, and technology. However, until recently years Audi hasn’t been one of the major players in the EV market.
In 2021, Audi sold 81,894 all-electric vehicles – an increase of 57.5% from the previous year. During a time when some manufacturers struggled to sell due to economic reasons and supply chain issues, Audi experienced a bumper year.
Audi’s 2021 e-tron is a great showcase of an electric vehicle that puts all doubts on EV capability aside. Power is delivered straight to the wheels so acceleration is instant and snappy. You’ll be able to get from 0-60mph in just 5.7 seconds.
So if you’re looking for design, comfort, performance and safety, then an Audi could be the one for you.
Our range of Audi electric cars
How long has Audi been producing EVs?
Audi is a relative newcomer in the EV space, with the e-tron first launched in 2019. However that’s in the process of changing, with Audi announcing that by the end of 2026 they will only produce electric cars – four years ahead of the UK government’s ban. This shows their commitment and confidence in their cars. By the end of 2025, they plan to release a further 12 EV models to add to their line up.
Why driving an EV is great
There are plenty of reasons why driving an electric car is great, and benefits not only you as the driver, but also the environment.
While Audi produces great petrol and diesel cars, the benefits of an EV mean they’re the perfect choice for drivers looking to make the switch to electric:
- There are far fewer moving parts in an EV, which means maintaining them is cheaper and there’s less that can potentially go wrong
- Charging an EV is quick and simple – by using a rapid charge point, you can charge your EV’s battery to 80% in as little as 20 minutes
- EVs are far kinder to the environment, and by using green energy to charge the battery they can be completely carbon neutral after manufacture
- Compared to petrol and diesel, the cost of charging an EV is considerably cheaper than a tank of fuel
Why Audi produces excellent EVs
Drivers who have previously driven an Audi will know all about the comfort, reliability and luxury that comes with it. Of course, with an Audi electric car, these expectations are still very much met.
Not only are Audi’s EVs steeped in luxury, but they’re also packed with all the latest technology which makes them a joy to drive. The e-tron was one of the first fully electric SUVs, meaning drivers can have all the advantages of an SUV with the added benefits that come with driving electric.
Below are just some of the qualities of an Audi EV that mean they should be high on your list of considerations:
They are a trusted brand
Audi is luxury brand name, and their EV range includes the same quality as their petrol and diesel counterparts.
They’re great to drive
They’re smooth and quiet regardless of speed, with powerful acceleration. They’re comfortable and have loads of tech, including a complete infotainment centre, cruise control and lane assistance.
Audi EVs on Subscription
While the cost of buying an Audi EV is reasonable, it still requires a large deposit, which can prevent eager drivers from taking home an Audi of their own.
However, an alternative to buying is an Audi subscription through elmo.
An elmo electric car subscription includes insurance, service, MOT, and breakdown cover costs, meaning driving an Audi EV of your own is more affordable than ever.
How do you charge an Audi EV?
Charging an Audi EV is simple, and can be done from one of the thousands of public charge points across the country, from a charge point installed at home, or even from a standard household plug (with the correct adapter). The Audi e-tron also comes with charge points on both sides of the vehicle for additional convenience.