Audi Q5 E Hybrid, A7 E Hybrid, A8 E Hybrid, E-Tron Suv, E-Tron Sportback Top Features



The Audi brand is popular with drivers. For many, the primary attraction of buying or leasing a new Audi hybrid or electric car is fuel savings.  Another good reason to buy or lease an Audi hybrid electric vehicle is the pedigree of the Audi badge in the vehicle. In the future, many vehicles in the Audi range will have charging ports as they are bringing electric vehicles into the market by 2022 with the E-Tron range of electric crossovers, SUVs and sedans. It also brings more connected car technology and more safety features. In short, what sets this new round of plug-in hybrids apart is the powerful 141 hp electric motor and the liquid-cooled 141 kWh battery, which is small to medium in size and stowed in the lower part of the vehicle so that it does not obstruct the folding of the seats and cargo areas. Audi says the larger battery pack will offer a range of 25 electric miles without the need to use an internal combustion engine.


The Q5 is a plug-in hybrid that pairs Audi's familiar 2.0-liter turbo-4 with a 7-speed dual clutch automatic with permanent magnet electric motor. A 254 cc Wankel engine drives the 15 kW (20 hp), range-extending generator. 


The Audi A3 E-Tron is an electric car variant of the production Audi A3. The Roadster was first shown at Paris Motor Show 2010 and is a plug-in hybrid powered by a 221 kW (296 hp) TDI 3.0 L V6 diesel engine that powers the rear wheels while two electric motors deliver 64 kW (86 hp) on the front wheels. It is powered by an electric motor under the hood, which transfers power from the rear mid-engine to the front wheels. Like other all-electric models, the Audi E-TRON electric SUV with standard Quattro Electric Intelligent All-Road Drive offers 4,000 pounds of towing. For those on a luxury budget, with a handy charger at home or in the garage and one large enough to accommodate two or three cars, the Audi E-Tron Sportback is a dream of an electric SUV. 


The Audi E-Tron 2022 has a sci-fi-sounding name, has an interesting look, and is teased by its all-electric character, but it looks and feels like a traditional mid-range luxury SUV. It's good-looking, fast, bursting with luxury technology and a true cathedral of tranquility. It also features standard upscale equipment such as 20-inch wheels, blind spot monitoring, heated front seats, automatic climate control with four zones, leather trim, and panoramic sunroof. While Audi has the typical EV style, the interior of the e-TRON is nobler and quieter, and the Sportback sacrifices practicality for the sake of fashion. 


On the safety front, IIHS awarded the Audi E-Tron Sportback the designation Top Safety Pick +, which in this category means a five-star rating. The top spec Prestige, equipped with the Digital Matrix headlamp package, receives an average headlamp rating despite some glare.


The radiator grille of the E-Tron Sportback is an Audi that not only looks electric. It does a good job of being an undercover electric vehicle wrapped in a conventional fuel-powered vehicle design. The sleek rear spoiler and sporty ride give the electric SUV a premium sports luxe look, and the interior features high-quality leather upholstery, brushed aluminum trim and a generous sunroof. 


The Audi E-Tron Electric SUV offers unmatched features such as Amazon Alexa integration, a $7,500 tax credit and a free charge of 1,000 Kilowatt Hours when you buy or lease E-TRON. It is the only electric SUV with Audi Pre-Sense rear-end, Audi Adaptive Cruise Control, and Audi Side Assist safety technology. Also includes standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth integration, exclusive Audi MMI, charging stations, route planning and Bang & Olufsen deluxe surround sound.


The Audi A7 5.5 TFSI-E from 2021 comes as standard with the exterior package S Line R which includes line-specific front and rear skirt designs, fenders and illuminated doors. Audi Sport assumes that customers who buy the A7 are eligible for a federal tax credit of up to $6,712. The Audi A7 5.5 TFSI E Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) 2021 impresses with its broad stance, sleek Sportback Design, supreme driving dynamics and a diverse range of standard and available technologies. The concept Audi A1 E-Tron, an electric variant of the production Audi A1 model, was first displayed at the Geneva Motor Show in 2010. What separates the A7 E-TRON from the rest of the A7 E-TRON is the strength of the drivetrain with 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque on the ground with Quattro All-wheel drive technology.


In 2019, the United States imported only 3% of the petroleum consumed, but the transportation sector covers 30% of total US energy demand and 70% of US petroleum consumption. The use of more energy-efficient vehicles, in particular hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles, are an important part of the continuation of the successful trend of minimising oil imports. 


The cost of electric cars is not limited to the purchase price of the vehicle itself. While the energy costs of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles are lower than for comparable conventional vehicles, the purchase prices are higher. However, prices are expected to level off with conventional vehicles as production volumes increase and battery technology continues to mature. 


It is vital to be aware of the costs associated with an electric car, which can lead to savings in maintenance compared to a fossil-fuel car. Without having to spend money on gas, oil changes, filters, and annually changing emissions, electric cars are a desirable investment. Considering the total cost of driving electric cars, hybrids, and conventional gasoline, they can be a good long-term investment. 


Electric cars may not be as powerful or have as many luxury features as other cars, but they can get you from A to B in the long run with as little maintenance as possible. 

Electric cars cost more to buy, but are more affordable than a gas-powered car. On average, charging an electric vehicle costs $300 to $400 a year, depending on how often you charge it. It costs $1,117 per year to operate a new gas-powered vehicle and $485 per year to operate a new electric vehicle.