To align as closely to the current A3 Sportback trim line-up, the e-tron will now include the following equipment:
A3 Sportback e-tron will now come standard with Xenon headlights with LED
These specification changes mean that the revised A3 Sportback e-tron includes the following items of standard specification in addition to that found on the A3 Sportback Sport trim:
As before, this model combines a 1.4 TFSI petrol engine producing 110 kW and a high-torque electric motor with a maximum power output of 75 kW. Together, it creates a total system output of 204 PS / 150 kW, and 350 Nm of torque. In all-electric mode, the revised hybrid A3 Sportback has a range of 22 miles (WLTP measured). NEDC derived CO2 is 45 g/km.
The A3 Sportback e-tron boasts four different operating modes, which the driver can actively control – depending on certain factors such as the battery charge state and the speed. This is done with the EV button on the centre console or via the MMI system.
Consume battery charge (hybrid auto) mode: If this option is selected, TFSI and electric motor automatically work together (hybrid driving). The Audi A3 Sportback e-tron speciﬁcally uses its electric power to reduce fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions – ideal for longer journeys
Retain battery charge (hybrid hold) mode: If the driver wishes to save the electric power stored in the battery for later use in all-electric mode (EV), they can switch the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron to this special hybrid mode.
Increase battery charge (hybrid charge) mode: The high-voltage battery is recharged by the combustion engine. This causes an increase in fuel consumption, which in turn reduces eﬃciency
The vehicle’s recharging unit is located in the Singleframe behind the Audi rings. These automatically move forward once a rotary switch has been operated and then move to the side at the left. The underlying vehicle recharging connector features a plastic cap as protection against damp and dirt
Alongside is the push button module with the status LED. The recharging connector itself is locked once plugged into the vehicle and cannot be removed. The recharging process starts immediately unless a charging timer has been set.
The status LED in the push button module shows the current charge status. This lights up green when the recharging process is complete. The status LED will ﬂash green while the battery is still recharging or the vehicle air conditioning is switched on. If the vehicle is opened using the key, the recharging process stops and the vehicle recharging connector is unlocked.
If required, the customer can also start the battery recharging process on the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron using a timer function. To do so, the customer simply needs to program a recharging timer (one-time or repeat timer) using Audi connect services via their smartphone and or in the MMI system.
Separate menu options have been implemented in the ‘Car’ section on the navigation system. If the customer configures a recharging timer, the battery first recharges to a capacity of 60 percent. The remaining 40 percent are then recharged in time for the programmed departure time
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