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Why choose a plug-in hybrid or fully electric car?

From taking advantage of grants and incentives, to joining the movement for our planet’s sustainable future, there are lots of reasons to go electric today with Marshall Audi.

Electric heart. Technology head.

Every Audi reacts to the road, to the conditions and to you. Electric Audi vehicles are no exception. Discover the latest advances, such as recuperation which charges the battery as you drive, and the latest smart connected car technology that links you, your car and your smartphone.

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Electric charging. Not as you know it.

Curious about charging? From how to charge, to how to protect the longevity of your battery, we’ve got all the information you need to know about plugging in.

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Electric range. And how it behaves.

To make sure your fully electric Audi covers the distance you need, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide with practical hints and tips that will help you get the most from every charge. And, if you’re considering an Audi e-tron, you can also use our range calculator to see how factoring in driving in different scenarios, the driving mode you choose, the outside temperature and size of your tyres affects the realistic range of your chosen electric Audi.

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Electric driving for everyone

The UK government is committed to helping people and businesses embrace electric driving technology. There are grants and incentives for your car, your home charging point and even your business to help you make the switch.

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Audi Electric Vehicle and Plug-in Hybrid Offers

We have a fantastic range of vehicles as electric and plug-in hybrid options for you to choose from. Our offers greatly vary, but usually cover the various finance options. So whether you are looking to lease the car or purchase it through a series of monthly payments, we can help to reduce the cost.

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Can’t tell the difference between PHEV and BEV?

There are so many options for motorists to consider in the electric car market, and the terminology can be confusing to some. But now, the automotive data experts at HPI have published a definitive guide to help consumers avoid confusion.

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Plug-in hybrids

Our plug-in hybrid cars have a combustion engine and electric motor, giving you the best of both worlds. Range up to 41 miles.1

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The future awaits. Discover our fully electric Audi cars – today. Range up to 323 miles.1

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Contact us

For more information, please contact your local Marshall Audi retailer.

0203 811 0213
01392 338057
01752 526332
0203 811 0229
01635 592035
01823 230493
0203 811 0262
01865 566174
0203 811 0291

Terms and Conditions

1 All vehicles are tested according to WLTP technical procedures. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and equivalent electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including but not limited to optional factory fitted options , accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, road and traffic conditions, individual driving styles, vehicle load , vehicle condition, using systems like climate control (and, for battery electric vehicles, the starting charge of the battery).

Figures for plug-in hybrid vehicles were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Plug-in hybrid vehicles require mains electricity for charging.

Figures for battery electric vehicles were obtained after the battery had been fully charged. Battery electric vehicles require mains electricity for charging. Zero emissions while driving.

Figures quoted are subject to change due to ongoing approvals/changes and range figures may include options not available in the UK. Please consult your local Audi Centre for further information.

Data correct at July 2021.

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