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Rent the Audi e-tron® Sportback
With a powerful, all-electric drivetrain and assertive design, the Audi e-tron® Sportback is the essence of perfection.
Place vehicle in park, turn off, and engage parking-break. With doors unlocked, push button next to e-tron® logo to open panel.
The light will pulse green when charging and remain solid once charge is complete.
Push the button next to the charging port to unlock the cable. Remove cable and be on your way.
Convenient for home or local driving use.
Charge time 18-20 hrs
Achieve a partial to complete charge in 5-8 hrs.
Charge time 5-7 hrs
Ideal for longer journeys requiring short stops.
Charge time 30 mins*
* Battery charged from 5% to 80% at a public DC fast charger.
Plan your roadtrip charging route with Electrify America, a network of cross-country, fast-charging stations that allow you to recharge on long trips or in metro areas.
ChargePoint is the world’s largest EV charging network. More importantly, their stations are where you are- at home, at work or just around town.
No fees will be applied as long as you bring your e-tron back with more than 10% total charge, though it is recommended you keep the vehicle between 20% and 80% charge for the most optimal experience.
If you bring the e-tron back with less than 10% charge, Audi on demand may charge a $100 administrative fee.
The recommended charging ceiling is 80%, as charging the battery beyond 80% takes significantly longer than charging up to 80% in most cases. However, if you have the time and need the additional range, you can set the charging limit higher in the e-tron’s multimedia interface.
The e-tron’s multimedia interface can be used to find charging stations along your route. Our cars also have a portable charging cable, located in the front trunk that must be returned at the end of the rental.
No, Audi vehicle uses the CCS or Combined Charging System standard plug which is not compatible with Tesla Level 2 or DC Fast Charging stations.
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