Electric Cars

Audi’s range of cars

Audi is well known for its wide range of premium cars so we take a look at the range of cars on offer, from the smallest, to the most luxurious.

From compact city cars such as the A1, to luxury limousines packed full of technology like the A8L, Audi has a take on just about every class of car. Its electrification journey is well underway with EVs rapidly becoming a bigger part of this impressive portfolio.

Audi’s electrified range is crowned by the flagship e-tron GT Quattro, a low-slung saloon that’s a real statement maker. In addition to its handsome looks, this EV can cover up to 305 miles with 270kW rapid charging enabling a 5-80% charge in just 27 minutes. Charging isn’t the only thing that’s rapid thanks to a 0-62mph sprint of just 4.1 seconds, however, if you have the need for speed the RS e-tron is the EV you want. Range drops to 298 miles, but the payoff is a supercar rivalling 0-62mph dash of 3.3 seconds.

The Audi Q8 e-tron

Is a large luxury SUV that’s loaded with tech such as its clever dual-screen infotainment display with haptic feedback. There are two battery options for this e-tron, an 89kWh battery pack with a range of up to 283 miles, or a 106kWh battery offering up to 333 miles. Both cars are capable of rapid charging with the smaller battery utilising up to 150kW to get from 10-80% charge in 28 minutes or the larger at 170kW taking 31 minutes. Audi SQ8 models are also available, providing a sporting edge to these SUVs in the form of more dynamic bodywork and a 0-62mph run of 4.5 seconds.

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The Audi Q4 e-tron is one of the marque’s most popular EVs, being a more compact SUV than a Q8, but also retaining enough space for family life. It doesn’t skimp on the traditional Audi traits of a premium cabin full of rich materials, or on tech thanks to a large 10-inch infotainment system. A 77kWh battery is good for up to 319 miles in the 40 model, while the 50 gains Quattro all-wheel drive, an additional motor, as well as an extra 100bhp despite retaining a range of around 300 miles. Just like the other Audi SUVs, there’s also a more rakish Sportback variant for those not in need of the more practical hatchback.

In addition, Audi also offers this SUV with conventional petrol or diesel power. All come with with Quattro all-wheel drive for added traction in challenging conditions.

The smallest car in Audi’s range is the A1

A compact hatchback that delivers Audi’s signature premium charms in a city-friendly package. The engine range is made up of efficient turbocharged 1.0-litre petrol engines, but the most potent 35 model offers a 1.5-litre option that would be a good fit for those spending a bit more time on the motorway.


If you’re looking for a compact SUV, the Audi Q2 might be what you’re looking for. Its distinctly Audi design ticks the boxes while offering enough space for a young family. A series of petrol engines powers the Q2, while an extensive list of trims give you the opportunity to create an opulent SUV that’s ideal for squeezing into small parking spaces.

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Audi’s A3 is a firm favourite amongst those wanting the prestige of an Audi, but also require strong practicality. This hatchback provides a good size boot with a nice square opening for loading bulkier cargo. A pleasing range of petrol and diesel engines are available, but for those looking to electrify, a TFSI e plug-in hybrid can grant up to 36 miles of pure electric driving. For those wanting something more executive, the handsome A3 Saloon mirrors the petrol and diesel lineup.



The Q3 SUV is on the same scale as the A3, but provides slightly better practicality and that highly desirable raised driving position. Petrol and diesel variants of the Q3 all return strong economy, however, there is also a plug-in hybrid with an electric range of 35 miles – perfect for those primarily driving in towns and cities. Just like many Audi SUVs, the Q3 can be had as a Sportback with swooping roofline.

A4 and A5

The Audi A4 has been a staple of the range for decades, providing a strong executive saloon benchmark. A plush interior with plenty of space is ideal for longer motorway hauls, while an Avant estate means the dog can come along for the ride, too. A strong range of petrol engines are available, while highly efficient diesels are perfect for high-mileage users or Avant drivers taking advantage of all that space carrying heavier items.

One of the most charismatic cars within Audi’s showroom, the A5 is a distinctive coupe or convertible capable of seating two adults and two small children. With a generous boot for the class and Audi’s usual petrol and diesel suspects, this car is a great choice for those looking to make a style statement. Want the looks but also need some added practicality? An A5 Sportback retains the coupe’s sleek design but adds a pair of rear doors and enough legroom for adults in the back.

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Serving as one of Audi’s best all-round models, the Q5 is an ideal size for a family with a spacious interior and versatile boot space. While petrol and diesel engines are available, a plug-in hybrid with an electric range of up to 39 miles can be had, meaning the school run and a visit to the supermarket on the way home could easily be achieved with zero-emissions.

A6 and A7

If you like the Audi A4 but need something bigger and loaded with even more tech, the Audi A6 saloon and Avant estate is your perfect fit. A powerful yet efficient selection of petrol and diesel is complimented by a plug-in hybrid model capable of up to 42 miles of pure electric driving. Avant buyers will have enough space for a pair of dogs in the boot while retaining all of the executive luxury found in the saloon.

The Audi A7 is for those wanting the ultimate in Audi Luxury and technology, but also desire something more dynamic than the more sensible A8. A raked roofline and more athletic bodywork shrouds a spacious interior full of gadgets and the very best materials. Again, Audi’s strong petrol and diesel offering is present, but you can also have an A7 as a plug-in hybrid featuring an electric range of up to 41 miles.

audi a8A8 – the most luxurious car in the range

Audi’s A8 is a true flagship and the choice of many top-level executives and heads of state. This luxury limousine can even be ordered with even more interior space in the form of the longer A8L. Competing with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, this is Audi’s finest effort for the discerning luxury customer. A plug-in hybrid model can cover up to 38 miles in silent electric mode, while powerful petrol and diesel models provide even more choice.




The Audi Q7 is a seven-seat SUV with acres of space for larger families or a couple of dogs. Just because this is a large family car doesn’t mean it does without as you’ll find a large dual-screen infotainment system in the centre console. All models come with Quattro all-wheel drive powered by either petrol or diesel engines.

The majority of Audi models…

are also available as ‘S’ variants, providing more performance and enhanced design. The most performance focused Audi models are all badged RS, each suppling incredible speed deployed through Audi’s signature Quattro all-wheel drive system. However, the most performance-oriented Audi is the R8, a V10-powered supercar serving as a true halo model for the brand.

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