The success of electric mobility depends on three things: cars with a long-range, a fast way to charge the high-voltage battery, and easy access to a dense network of charging points. The Audi Charging service will begin in 27 European countries on January 1, 2023, and the number of countries will grow during the year. So, the service gives you access to about 400,000 charging spots run by more than 800 different companies. The network also has about 1,900 High Power Chargers (HPC) from IONITY. These chargers can charge with up to 350 kW and are mostly located along the main roads.
Audi and Volkswagen Group Charging GmbH are working together on the charging service, which will replace the Audi e-tron Charging Service, which was started by the brand when the first fully electric models came out about four years ago. If you buy a new Audi electric car or switch from the e-tron Charging Service to Audi Charging, you can choose from three different rates.
The pro tariff is primarily for people who drive electric cars and need to charge them while on the go. The pro-tariff costs 15.46 Euros per month. For example, it lets you charge your electric car at Ionity fast charging for only 0.36 Euro per kWh.