Drive both ways in the Audi TFSI e plug-in hybrid range
Audi has a growing range of plug-in hybrid models. All offer a winning combination of an electric and combustion engine. They have three driving modes; purely electric, purely combustion, or an efficient combination of both.
Premium compact meets hybrid. The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e.
Our premium compact A3 blends top performance with greater efficiency and comfort. Electric, hybrid or combustion - the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e combines the functionalities of a combustion engine with a powerful electric motor.
A plug-in hybrid drive that covers up to a maximum of 51 kilometres* while producing zero local emissions in fully electric mode. It also features plenty of space, technical refinements, and progressive steering. Enabling you to take charge of every journey.
SUV with an electrifying appeal. The Audi Q7 TFSI e.
Innovative plug-in hybrid technology, superior design, and a sporty look – the Audi Q7 TFSI e is a luxurious family drive. With sharp edges and athletic, taut surfaces, it combines stylish design with the comfort and power of an SUV.
Big in stature, and economy, the striking Audi Q8 TFSI e combines the power you need with the fuel to go further. Combining the strengths of an electric drive with a V6 combustion engine, our most progressive SUV coupé can now be driven purely with fuel, battery, or an intelligent combination of both.
The Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) is designed to provide a standardised measurement and enables the consumer to make reliable comparisons between vehicles in terms of energy (fuel and/or electricity) consumption, emissions, and electric vehicle range. However, it should be noted that the results of this test may not accurately reflect the actual fuel consumption, emissions, or range that a driver might experience in the real world. Actual results may vary depending on various factors such as driving style, road conditions, temperature, weather, vehicle load, and maintenance. Therefore, the WLTP results should be considered as an indicator of the vehicle's performance and not as a guarantee of the actual energy consumption, emissions, or range that a driver will experience in real-world driving conditions, or for making a vehicle-to-vehicle comparison. All WLTP test values are provided in accordance with New Zealand Land transport Rule: Vehicle Efficiency and Emissions Data 2022.