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  • 11/25/15
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    The Audi Q7 e-tron 3.0 TDI quattro – new SUV expands portfolio of plug-in hybrid models

    Electric range of up to 56 kilometers (34.8 mi), in 6.2 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) and just 1.8 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers (130.7 US mpg) on average – the Audi Q7 e-tron quattro is groundbreaking with respect to dynamics and efficiency. The spacious SUV is the world’s first plug-in hybrid with a TDI engine and quattro drive. In every field of technology it showcases Audi’s high-tech competence. The Audi Q7 e-tron will be rolling into European dealerships with a generous list of standard equipment in spring 2016. The base price in Germany is 80,500 euros.
  • 11/09/15
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    Audi future performance days 2015

    Audi is upping the pace of electric mobility. For every vehicle and drive concept, the company develops the best form of electrification – in terms of customer expectations, market conditions, costs, complexity and delight potential. New services such as rapid direct-current charging round off Audi’s premium electric mobility.

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  • 11/25/15
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    Audi Q7 e-tron 3.0 TDI quattro

    It accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 6.2 seconds, yet consumes just 1.8 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers (130.7 US mpg). The Audi Q7 e-tron quattro is as sporty as it is comfortable and at the same time particularly efficient. In all-electric mode, it has a range of up to 56 kilometers (34.8 mi) while producing zero local emissions. It is the world’s first plug-in hybrid with a V6 TDI engine and quattro drive.
  • 11/09/15
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    Audi battery technology

    Audi covers every key area in developing high-voltage batteries for its plug-in hybrid models and electric cars. Its expertise spans cell development, the arranging of the cells into modules, the operating strategies during driving operation, and use of the battery after the end of its service life in the car. The emphasis is on lithium-ion battery systems, which are put together using a flexible, modular concept.
  • 11/09/15
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    Audi electrification technology

    Audi is systematically driving forward the electrification of its cars – including below the new high-voltage models. The new mild hybrids are set to make inroads into the model range on a broad front – in ten years’ time, Audi aims to offer all new models with this technology, with the exception of the e-tron lineup. The current 12‑volt electrical system and, above all, the new 48‑volt system offer many ways of making driving even sportier, more comfortable and more efficient.
  • 11/09/15
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    Audi e-fuels

    Audi is designing the mobility of the future in which environmentally friendly produced electricity plays a key role. It not only powers the electric motors in the e-tron models, it is also the powerhouse behind certain Audi e‑fuels: climate-friendly alternative fuels for combustion engines. Audi produces fuels that do not depend on petroleum, that bind as much CO₂ during their production as they emit during combustion. They are known as Audi e‑gas, Audi e‑diesel, Audi e‑gasoline and Audi e‑ethanol. With Audi e‑gas, Audi already offers A3 g-tron* customers climate-neutral mobility.
  • 11/09/15
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    Audi fuel cell technology

    Dramatic, highly efficient and clean: Audi is taking a unique approach typical of the brand when it comes to fuel cell technology. Here again the energy chain is based on sustainably generated electricity.
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