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Here's the charging information that Audi shared for the Q4 e-tron and Q4 e-tron sportback.

Battery, thermal management, and charging

  • AC charging: up to 7.2 kW (Q4 35 e-tron) or 11 kW (all other models)
  • DC charging: up to 100 kW (Q4 35 e-tron) or 125 kW (all other models)
  • Q4 40 e-tron can recharge around 130 kilometers (80.8 miles) (WLTP) in around ten minutes.

Strengths for every day: range and high charging capacity
All model and motor versions of the Audi Q4 e-tron and the Q4 Sportback e-tron have a CCS (combined charging system) on board. This system enables the SUVs to be charged with alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC), the latter at powerful HPC (high-power charging) terminals. In ideal conditions the Q4 40 e-tron3 can recharge enough electricity to cover about 130 kilometers (80.8 miles) (WLTP) in around ten minutes.

The optional compact e-tron charging system can be used for alternating current charging at home using 230 volts or the 400 volts recommended by Audi. The Q4 35 e-tron can charge at a capacity of up to 7.2 kW, and the other models at up to 11 kW. The e-tron charging system connect, which will be released toward the end of the year, features smart charging functions in interaction with a home energy management system. These include charging at times when electricity is less expensive or using solar power if a photovoltaic system is installed.

On the road, the standard mode 3 cable is used for charging with alternating current at AC terminals. The option of the convenient Audi e-tron Charging Service provides access to around 210,000 public charging points in 26 countries throughout Europe, including 4,400 HPC (high-power charging) points. And all of that using just one charging card. Audi customers can choose between the city tariff for the urban area and the transit tariff for long-distance driving, where Audi pays the basic fee for the first year of the transit tariff. Customers also pay just 31 cents per kilowatt hour of direct current in the Ionity network – a similar price to what it costs to charge a car at home. The high-speed HPC points that IONITY and other providers have installed across Europe charge Audi’s electric SUVs with a capacity of up to 100 kW (Q4 35 e-tron2 ) or up to 125 kW (all other models).
 
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