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Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e

Q3 Sportback TFSI e

Electrifying appearance.
The Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e.

Sporty and electrifying. The Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e². With an innovative plug-in hybrid drive that covers 45-50 kilometres³ in all-electric mode while producing zero local emissions. The expressive styling and the coupé-like roof line convey a sporty, dynamic aura.

As we are currently in a change over period, transitioning our model range from Model Year 2021 to Model Year 2022, we have kept Model Year 2021 live for the purposes of configuration. The standard equipment, pricing and consumption figures which are live may differ to Model Year 2022. Please contact your local authorised Audi dealer for further information on pricing and standard equipment.

Sporty combination

Dynamic combination of an electric drive and a combustion engine. The Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e² offers you a combined system power of 245 BHP (Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7-1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 15.9-14.6 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 38-33 g/km) as well as 400 Nm of torque. By using the boost function⁴, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.3 seconds is achieved. On longer distances, the proven range of the combustion engine will get you to your destination with ease.

Electrifying short trips

Complete many short trips in all-electric mode – pleasantly quietly and producing zero local emissions. With a fully charged battery, you can draw on an electrical output of 85 kW (Fuel consumption combined¹:1.7-1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 15.9-14.6 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹:38-33 g/km) as well as electrical torque of 330 Nm. The all-electric range is 45-50 km³ and the electric top speed is up to 140 km/h.

Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e rear
 
Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e MMI display
 

Tailored to you

With a full charge, the Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e² always starts in all-electric EV mode, using the combustion engine only when needed. Entering a destination in the navigation system causes the vehicle to switch to hybrid mode. Using a wealth of route data, your Audi manages the interplay of the two drives to allow you to complete as many trips as possible in all-electric mode. The MMI lets you choose from additional driving modes: complete everyday short trips in all-electric EV mode, or use the combustion engine as the primary power source to conserve battery charge for a future electric drive (Hold mode) or increase it (Charge mode)⁵.

The Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e² in numbers

System output

245

BHP*

(180 kW)

Acceleration

7.3

s*

0 to 100 km/h

Electric range

45 - 50

km³

*Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 15.9–14.6 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 38–33 g/km.

Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e Audi virtual cockpit

Space for digital convenience

The power overview in the Audi virtual cockpit shows the system’s total output, the drive mode and the battery’s state of charge. In the middle, just as in the myAudi app⁶, the remaining range of the Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e² is displayed.

Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e charging

Home charging made simple

Enjoy the advantages of an electric drive and charge your Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e² with the standard e-tron charging system at home with a charging capacity of up to 3.6 kW⁷.

This is how sporty an SUV can be

Strength and precision – in every detail. The titanium black grille of the octagonal Singleframe, the trapezoid air inlets and the expressive bumpers with flat blades are hallmarks of the three-dimensional design and lend the Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e¹ a confident and dynamic appearance. The lower elements painted in contrasting colour and the coupé-like roof line including roof edge spoiler underscore the sporty character.

Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e head light

Flexible and comfortable

The S line model adds even sportier elements to the Q3 Sportback TFSI e. This trimline features a sports seats in cloth and leather, leather multi-function sports steering wheel, LED interior lighting, black headlining and aluminium door scuff plates.

Audi Q3 Sportback TFSI e cockpit
 
 

The interior design selection emphasises the progressive design through coloured Alcantara sections on the instrument panel and door armrests. And in the dark, the optional ambient lighting package plus adds specific accents to the interior’s striking design lines. Choose from 30 different interior lighting colours to personalise the look of the interior.

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Please note that the data on this page is is projected worldwide figures and Irish specification may impact these numbers. For details of Irish models, please contact your local authorised Audi Dealership
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Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 15.9–14.6 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 38–33 g/km.
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Electric range combined according to WLTP, for 17 to 20-inch wheels.
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When the accelerator pedal is fully depressed, the electric motor is activated for a brief period (boost function). The availability and repetition of this function depends on various factors, for instance the battery’s state of charge and the temperature of the drive components.
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Can lead to increased fuel consumption.
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Depending on country-specific availability. 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.audi.com/myaudi is required.
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The mains connecting cable with industrial connector and the operating unit of the charging system are matched to each other. If you subsequently change the mains connecting cable to a different connector type, the available charging capacity of the overall system may be reduced.
The standard e-tron charging system compact has a vehicle connecting cable measuring 4.5 m in length. Charging capacity depends on the supplied connector and market-specific mains power characteristics and may be up to 3.6 kW.
Charging capacity depends on the type of mains connector used, the country’s voltage and the number of available phases of the power network as well as the customer’s own domestic installation. It may therefore be lower in some cases.