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Charging capacity vs. charging speed:
What constitutes high charging performance
- The real charging duration depends largely on the ideal charging curve
- The Audi e-tron** charges with a maximum charging capacity of up to 150 kW over a large portion of the charging procedure
- Unique charging curve: short charging duration even beyond 80%
- The Audi e-tron is fully charged at a fast charging terminal in around 45 minutes
With its e-tron** and e-tron Sportback** models, Audi is making electric mobility a reality for long-distance driving – thanks in part to a charging curve that is unique in the competitive environment. Drivers of a fully electric Audi model thus benefit from high charging speeds because the charging capacity of up to 150 kW is available for a large portion of the charging procedure. This enables sophisticated thermal management of the lithium-ion battery. In order to assess the everyday usability of an electric car, customers should take not just the nominal maximum charging capacity but also the charging speed into account.