• A3 Sportback
    A3 Sportback
    Experience hatchback comfort powered by sporty performance and handling.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 4.8 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 111 g/km

  • A3 Cabriolet
    A3 Cabriolet
    Enjoy unlimited freedom and the wind in your hair with the cabriolet.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 5.3 l/100 km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 121 g/km

  • S3 Sedan
    S3 Sedan
    Thrilling performance. S specific exterior. Bring sportiness to another level.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 6.5 l/100km

    CO2 emissions:, combined: 151 g/km

  • S3 Sportback
    S3 Sportback
    The sportback brings you more power, more sportiness, more driving enjoyment.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 6.6 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 152 g/km

  • RS 3 Sedan
    RS 3 Sedan
    Featuring advanced technology and a refined interior, the new top athlete in the compact segment is your sports car for the everyday.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.4 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 190 g/km

  • RS 3 Sportback
    RS 3 Sportback
    Thrilling at record speed.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.4 l/100 km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 191 g/km

  • A4 Avant
    A4 Avant
    Progress is refined. Aesthetic design meets functional utility.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 5.4-6.5 l/100 km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 129-149 g/km

  • SQ5
    SQ5
    Stunning performance, everyday applicability and progressive technology.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.7l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 200g/km

  • TT Roadster
    TT Roadster
    There’s only one better way to experience the joy of the Audi TT - and that’s with the roof down.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.3 – 8.4 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 189 - 189 g/km

e-tron: our fully electric drive technology

Electrification and digitalisation are the big issues of our time. At the same time, they are the key to a more sustainable future. At Audi, electrified cars carry the name e-tron.

What is e-tron?

Motors of the future should provide propulsion without fossil fuels. We therefore look to a particular type of energy that is theoretically available in infinite amounts: electricity. It is stored in batteries embedded in the vehicle floor. If this combination of batteries and an electric motor is used in an Audi, the vehicle carries the name e-tron.

More joy for the driver and the environment

“Battery electric vehicles” (BEV) offer some interesting advantages over combustion engines. They emit no CO₂ locally, and therefore cause less pollution in cities. The urban environment also benefits from the lower noise level of the almost silent electric motor. Usually, only wind and rolling noises are perceptible in the vehicles. The immediate availability of torque means that none of the fun of driving is lost. An e-tron has a clear advantage over most combustion engines when in sprint.

No need to worry about range

If you often have your smartphone in your hand and use it to watch videos or listen to music, you can hardly get through the day on one battery charge. The battery of an electric car empties faster when it’s driven at a sporty rather than a more relaxed pace as well. With e-tron, nobody has to worry about the range. Audi uses high-performance batteries with high storage capacity for long journeys. And even if a stopover is necessary, the batteries’ quick-charge capability means that it’s not long before you’re ready to continue your drive.