Audi All-Electric Models | Lakeland, FL

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2022 Audi All-Electric Models in Lakeland, FL

As a brand that’s known for innovation and luxury, Audi has continued to make strides with its electric models. Showing its customers time and time again its diligence on new models, the Audi brand stamps its impact on the environment with its current electric vehicles. The electric Audi lineup is growing at an exhilarating pace and is just waiting for you to come experience the future for yourself. With seven electric vehicles on display for the world, you can have your pick on the right model for you. You may be asking yourself, “What are the benefits of purchasing an Audi electric vehicle?” Well, you’ll find these reasons below are quite enticing.

What are the Benefits of Driving an Audi Electrified Model?

Fuel Efficiency

Looking to drive a sleek, stylish vehicle while also helping out the environment? Well, when you choose to drive one of the Audi brand’s electric models, you’ll be doing both. Audi excels at creating fast-charging, all-electric models that even qualify as zero-emission vehicles, which means not a single drop of fuel is burned for power. If you decide to drive one of the Audi brand’s electric models, you’ll enjoy an abundance of range as well. For example, the 2022 Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron® has an EPA-estimated range of 241 miles.¹

Tax Incentives

When tax season comes around, having a little extra is always a huge benefit to driving an Audi electric vehicle! Were you aware that many all-electric and fuel cell vehicles qualify for federal and state tax incentives? They sure do! The U.S. Department of Energy uses tax credits to incentivize the electrified market, making it that much easier to drive a new Audi and save at the same time. Curious to learn what your state offers? Visit the Alternative Fuels Data Center.

Long-Term Savings

You’re making a conscious choice when you decide to drive an all-electric Audi vehicle. When you bring home a vehicle from our lot, you’ll be saving a lot more than you had originally thought. How? Maintenance for your all-electric Audi model will be less. For example, an all-electric model won’t have those common engine parts that require services such as oil changes, engine belt replacements, transmission fluid flushes and more. You won’t be paying enormous amounts of money for gas, so you can forget about stopping to fill up your tank.

Audi All-Electric FAQs

Audi has continued to show a forward approach on impacting the environment with their new electric vehicles. They’ve also continued to grow and innovate every year, creating a brand that excites as well as impacts its customers. By 2025 globally, Audi aims to have 30 electrified models available to the public, with 20 of those vehicles fully electric. In the U.S., Audi has already introduced five production models—the Audi Q5 TFSI® e, A7 TFSI® e and A8 TFSI® e plug-in electric vehicles (PHEV) as well as the e-tron® all-electric SUV and the e-tron® Sportback.

When you decide to drive around in one of the Audi brand’s exhilarating e-tron® models, you shouldn’t worry about the cost of electrified powertrains versus regular gasoline engines. You’re saving a lot of money by just switching to one of the Audi brand’s e-tron® models. These fully electrified powertrains are going to have lower operating costs, while electric models allow you an alternative power source to gas. This saves you money on gas and on maintenance when the time comes for service.

Regenerative braking is one of the many features that Audi electric model owners have come to love. The energy recuperation system of Audi electric vehicles has the ability to recuperate energy. It does this by recovering energy from the wheel axles and converting it to an electric charge — the additional energy is then stored directly in the high-voltage battery. Audi electric vehicles feature two types of recuperation via coasting or braking which can be activated by deceleration or brake recuperation.

This is a question that we take great pride in answering. Just like charging your phone at night, you’ll do the same charging your Audi electric vehicle. Having a charging wall box in your garage will do the trick and if you’re in need of a charge while on the road, public charging stations will be at your service. And just like it’s described in the regenerative braking section, your Audi electric model will use regenerative braking to charge your vehicle while you're on the go.

Depending on a number of factors relevant to your riding experience, charging times will vary. It is dependent on factors such as outdoor temperature, current battery temperature, charging equipment, battery condition and car condition. You will find specific charging times in the technical specifications for each available electrified model.

If you’re ready to take home your new Audi electric model, you’ll want to hear about its extraordinary warranties. There are varying warranties, but for example, the 2021 Audi e-tron® comes with a standard Audi New Vehicle Limited Warranty (coverage for 4 years or 50,000, whichever comes first) and the Audi Battery Warranty (coverage for 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first). Some warranties can even be transferred from owner to owner.

Explore the Audi All-Electric Lineup

2022 e-tron®
2022 e-tron® GT
2022 e-tron® S
2022 e-tron® Sportback
2022 e-tron® S Sportback
2022 Q4 e-tron
2022 Q4 e-tron Sportback

There are many reasons why you should consider an Audi all-electric vehicle when you’re ready to start shopping. If you'd like to learn more about our inventory or would like to take a test drive, feel free to contact us directly or stop by Audi Lakeland, located at 1215 Griffin Road, Lakeland, FL 33805. We look forward to serving customers from North and South Lakeland, Orlando and Tampa.

¹EPA estimated electric-only range for fully-electric cars in miles. Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, accessory use, temperature and topography, battery age, load, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. Your total range will vary and depends on several factors including your driving habits and vehicle condition. See owner’s manual for details. - EPA estimated total range for plug-in hybrid cars in miles. Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, accessory use, temperature and topography, battery age, load, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. See owner’s manual for details.