A3 Sportback TFSI e > A3 > Audi Ireland
  • Fuel consumption combined: Petrol: 1.4–1.1 l/100km | Electric: 15.7–14.7 kWh/100 km
    CO2-Emission combined: 31–25 g/km
Fuel consumption combined: Petrol: 1.4–1.1 l/100km | Electric: 15.7–14.7 kWh/100 km
CO2-Emission combined 31–25 g/km
Power consumption combined:

The new Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e.

All-electric, hybrid or combustion: as a plug-in hybrid that features all drive types, the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² offers powerful performance. The exterior of the Sportback also indicates the vehicle’s dynamism, agility and momentum. Its interior unites design, functionality, operability and digitalisation.

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² in numbers

Electric range

Up to 65





0 to 100 km/h

System output



(150 kW)

**Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.5–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 13.8–13.0 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 34–30 g/km.

Side-front view Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e

Flexible driving pleasure: the technology

As a plug-in hybrid, the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² combines the advantages of both a combustion engine and an electric motor. In combination with a lithium-ion battery, the electric motor provides sporty support to the 1.4-litre TFSI engine but also impresses in all-electric mode. The engine and the electric motor offer a combined output of up to 204HP (150 kW). As a result, the vehicle accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.6 seconds. The suspension of the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² is sporty and balanced, producing a satisfying equilibrium of dynamism and driving comfort.

Tailored to requirements: The performance

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² combines the best of both worlds: In all-electric mode it produces very little noise and zero local emissions. Despite the low noise level, the electric motor offers a powerful drive. This is because electric motors offer the advantage of being able to directly tap into impressive torque right from the word go. In addition, the combustion engine allows for sporty manoeuvres on long journeys without having to stop and recharge. All-electric, partly electric or combustion – the performance of the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² can be tailored to the driver’s requirements.

Side-rear view Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e
Front view Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e

Choice of drive type: Four driving modes

The drive concept is designed to allow the majority of everyday short trips to be completed in all-electric mode. In the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e², the drive type used is regulated via four different driving modes: purely electric driving (EV), the primary use of the combustion engine to maintain (hold) or increase (charge) the battery charge for later electric driving, or the efficient interaction (hybrid).

Audi Charging

Re-energise away from home. And charge your Audi:

Audi charging⁵ at more than 400,000 public charging points in 27 European countries. With tariffs for occasional use or regular charging also on long journeys. Can be used conveniently with RFID card or myAudi app⁶. With integration into MMI and into the e-tron route planner.

Digital and intuitive: The display

The plug-in hybrid’s fully digital instrument cluster features an integrated power meter³. This shows the system’s total output and the driving mode, as well as the battery charge and the resulting remaining range. In addition, the power meter indicates whether or not energy is being recovered through recuperation and fed into the battery.

e-tron charging system compact

Public charging

The vehicle has a standard Mode 3 charging cable for public charging with 11 kW. And the Audi Charging Service provides access to over 400,000 public charging points across Europe.

Public charging situation

Charging at home

The standard e-tron charging system compact manages the charging process at home. It comprises an operating unit including a vehicle connecting cable and two different mains connecting cables (with domestic and industrial connectors).

Dynamic and striking: The exterior

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² takes a compact stance on the road. Its wide hexagonal Singleframe grille dominates the front view. The V-shaped shoulder line runs from the headlights to the rear lights, visually stretching the vehicle. Its wheel arches are accentuated and the striking body shoulders stand out. Audi calls this progressive design feature quattro blisters. The heavily inclined C-pillars also lend this five-door vehicle compelling visual momentum. The TFSI e badge on the luggage compartment cover signals that this is a member of the Audi plug-in hybrid family.

Sporty and refined: The interior

The interior³ of the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e² is characterised by the black-panel look of the instrument panel and centre console. The width of the cockpit is emphasised by horizontal lines and surfaces with a clear design. The cockpit is focused entirely on the driver. Even the redesigned climate control operating unit is angled slightly towards the driver. The optional contour and ambient lighting package, which offers a choice of 30 colours for a more atmospheric interior, enhances the vehicle’s individuality.

Take another look at the new Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e²

360 degree exterior view Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e
Emissions, range and consumption figures shown are global figures and do not reflect Irish specification. You will see the exact emissions, range and consumption data for your configuration when A3 TFSI e is live on the Audi.ie configurator.
Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.5–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 13.8–13.0 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 34–30 g/km.
The photo shows a specific steering wheel design with grip detection; available only in conjunction with the adaptive driving assistant, adaptive driving assistant with emergency assistant or assistance package with MMI navigation with MMI touch.
Please note, images are for illustrative purposes only. Please visit your local Audi dealership for information on Irish equipment and model/package offers.
The charging tariffs shown and the charging card are available from Volkswagen Group Charging GmbH (Elli). A myAudi account and the myAudi app are a prerequisite for concluding these tariffs. The fully electric Audi model (using the vehicle identification number) and a key user must have been registered in the myAudi app. The contract has a fixed term of 12 months and ends automatically after this period. Ordinary notice of termination is not possible within this period. All prices shown include VAT. Valid in Germany. Prices for other countries can be called up via the tariff details (see tariff overview) and via the myAudi app. The vehicle identification number is required to register your vehicle profile in the myAudi app. A contract with Audi charging can be concluded from 01/01/2023.
The current compatibility of the iOS/Android operating system can be found in the description of the myAudi app in the relevant App Store. Prior registration at www.my.audi.com is required.