source: Audi AG
- Charging service connected to the grid one year ago: Number of charging points and countries has doubled
- Audi customers receive special rates for charging from IONITY at 31 cents per kilowatt hour
- Around 135,000 charging points in 24 countries make e-mobility suitable for everyday use
One year after launching its own charging service, Audi is introducing a kWh-based price to the e-tron Charging Service that allows customers to charge their cars with quick-charge service provider IONITY. Here, e-tron customers benefit from heavily discounted rates with the transit rate at 31 cents per kilowatt hour used. Everyday usability is underlined by the fact that the number of countries and charging points connected has doubled since the market launch. With a contract, the premium charging service makes around 135,000 public charging points in 24 countries accessible. When driving abroad, customers can charge their cars according to the local purchasing conditions without any extra costs.