Whether it's the freedom to drive very long distances with an electric car or the flexibility to charge it as needed when you're taking a break. Or simply because you like having an alternative when charging at home is not an option. Whatever is important to you personally – in all three cases, a public charging infrastructure is crucial.
More than 70,000 public charging points: e-tron Charging Service¹
The e-tron Charging Service¹ offers you uniform access to one of the largest public charging networks in Europe. By the beginning of 2019, you will be able to charge at well over 70,000 public charging points in 16 European countries. In addition, new target countries and charging points are constantly being added. With e-Roaming, cross-border charging with a single contract is possible in currently 16 countries, whereas the network coverage is constantly expanding. Uniform and transparent tariffs per country make it easy and worry-free to switch to electric mobility. All public charging processes and invoices can be viewed easily and clearly via the myAudi portal and the myAudi app².
Fast charging on long routes: The IONITY network
To ensure that you can fully enjoy the long-distance capability of your Audi e-tron vehicle, Audi is committed to building up a powerful network of charging stations along the main European transport axes. IONITY is a company that sets up and operates an express charging network of highways and motorways in 25 European countries. The high power charging (HPC) network with charging power of up to 350 KW enables electric mobility over long distances. The charging stops are automatically scheduled using the e-tron route planner. 30 minutes are enough to charge the Audi e-tron's high-voltage battery for a long-distance range – the Audi e-tron uses a charging power of up to 150 kW for this.