How Much Does It Cost To Charge An Audi e-Tron?
The figures used at the time of writing are for July 2022. The average cost of electricity per kWh in the US is 16.10¢ (cents) per kWh (kilo Watt hour). The costs to charge an Audi e-Tron will ultimately depend on a few factors.
- The battery pack and model of e-Tron
- Which state are you charging it in
- If the vehicle is being charged residentially or commercially
In this article, you’ll find out the costs of charging both models of the Audi e-Tron and the different battery packs associated with each.
You will also find tables breaking down the costs state by state, so no matter where in America you are, you can find out the costs of charging.
So keep reading to find or jump straight to the answer using the quick links below!
How Much Does It Cost To Charge an Audi e-tron®?
The 2023 Audi e-tron comes with a battery pack that has a 95 kWh capacity. The useable capacity is 86 kWh.
The average cost to charge an e-Tron’s useable capacity at home in the United States is $13.76 for the 86 kWH useable capacity. These amounts are for a 0%-100% charge which isn’t your typical charge cycle. To be thorough, the costs for an 80% charge of a standard pack is $11.01.
How much does it cost to charge an Audi e-tron® Sportback?
The 2023 Audi e-tron Sportback comes with the same battery pack as the e-Tron. The useable capacity is 86 kWh.
The cost to fully charge an e-Tron Sportback’s usable capacity at home in the United States is $13.76. However, it is important to note that this is not a typical charge cycle and a more common scenario would be an 80% charge, which would cost $11.01.
How much does it cost to charge an Audi e-tron® S?
The 2023 Audi e-tron S has an identical battery pack as the e-Tron, with a usable capacity of 86 kWh. To charge it fully at home in the United States, the cost would be $13.76. It is worth noting that this is not a typical charging scenario, and a more typical charge to 80% would cost $11.01.
How much does it cost to charge an Audi e-tron® S Sportback?
The 2023 Audi e-tron S Sportback comes equipped with the same battery pack as the e-Tron, which boasts a usable capacity of 86 kWh.
The cost of charging the vehicle to full capacity at home in the United States is $13.76. However, it’s important to note that this is not the usual charging pattern, with a more common charge level being 80%, which would cost $11.01.
The costs per state can be seen in the table above:
Audi e-Tron Charge Costs At Home (Per State)
The dollar amounts are based on a full charge of 0%-100%, so real-world figures will be less. All models of the e-Tron have the same useable battery pack of 86 kWh.
Audi e-Tron Charge Costs Commercially (Using Charging Networks)
The cost of charging your Audi at public charging stations does vary across the country.
The cost of using electric charging stations varies, with options including free charging, pay-per-use, and subscription-based fees.
Some charge for electricity based on the cost per kWh, whereas others charge you based on how long you charge your car. You can find this information online by searching for nearby charging stations or asking when you arrive at the station.
For simplicity, we will use the average national charging network costs of between 40¢ and 70¢ (according to Bluedot.co). So for all the Audi e-Tron models, you would be looking at between $34-$60. Remember, these amounts are for the useable capacity of 86 kWh.
Can You Charge an Audi e-Tron At A Tesla Station?
Yes, you can charge all the Audi e-Tron models at a Tesla charging station as long as you have a J1772 adapter plug, which is sold separately. Remember that you need to download the Tesla app to access their charging network.
Lectron J1772 Adapter Plug From Tesla Charger
- Allows charging from AC Tesla chargers
- Portable and lightweight
- UL certified with 1-year warranty
EV charging costs vary greatly depending on which state you are in. The highest charging costs are in Hawaii, followed by California. The cheapest state to charge your Audi at home is Idaho.
So as long as you already have a home EV charging station, the average cost to charge will be $13.76 for the 86 kWH useable capacity.
For a precise charging cost at your home, use our EV charging calculator below:
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