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  • Fuel consumption combined: Petrol: 2.1–1.6 l/100km | Electric: 17.1–15.8 kWh/100 km
    CO2-Emission combined: 47–37 g/km

The electrifying all-rounder.
The Audi Q3 TFSI e.

Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km
Power consumption combined¹: 16.0–14.4 kWh/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined¹: 39-22 g/km

Electrifying family SUV. The Audi Q3 TFSI e². With an innovative plug-in hybrid drive that covers 45-50 kilometres³ in all-electric mode while producing zero local emissions. Also featuring plenty of space, technical refinements and more sophisticated suspension for enhanced dynamics.

Combining strengths

Experience the dynamic combination of an electric drive and a combustion engine. The Audi Q3 TFSI e² offers you a combined system power of 245 bhp (Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 16.0–14.4 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 39-32 g/km) as well as 400 Nm of torque. This allows you to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.3 seconds thanks to the boost function⁴.


short trips

A plug-in hybrid offers many advantages. With a fully charged battery, you can draw on an electrical output 85 kW (Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 16.0-14.4 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 39–32 g/km) as well as electrical torque of 330 Nm. All-electric range is 45-51 km³ and the top speed is up to 140 km/h. On long journeys, you can rely on the familiar range of the combustion engine to get you confidently to your destination.

Customised driving experience

With a full charge, the Audi Q3 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 TFSI e² in numbers

System output






0 to 100 km/h

Electric range



*Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 16.0-14.4 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 39-32 g/km.

Audi virtual cockpit Audi Q3 TFSI e

Everything at a glance

In addition to many familiar functions and views, the high-resolution MMI display and the Audi virtual cockpit provide you with an overview of the vehicle’s remaining range and energy flow. The power meter in the Audi virtual cockpit offers information on electric performance, the battery’s state of charge and brake recuperation.

Home charging situation Audi Q3 TFSI e

Home charging made simple

With the standard e-tron charging system compact, you can charge your Audi Q3 45 TFSI e² at home at domestic or industrial power sockets at a charging capacity of up to 3.6 kW⁶.

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View back space Audi Q3 TFSI e

Versatile drive, flexible space concept

The battery for the electric motor is located below the flat loading area to save space. This allows for 380 litres of luggage capacity, or even up to 1,375 litres when the seats are folded down. The optional rear seat bench plus offers you even more flexibility. Its fore/aft position and the angle of the backrests are adjustable, and the seats can be folded down (ratio 40 : 20 : 40).

Room for sportiness

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.


The S line model adds even sportier elements to the Q3 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.

A special appearance

Dynamic lines and excitingly styled surfaces help the Audi Q3 TFSI e² stand out from the crowd. The striking front and the optional matrix LED headlights with dynamic indicators create an attractive and unmistakeable look. Let the S line model emphasise your sporty side all along the line. Dynamic design elements such as the S line bumpers draw immediate attention to the vehicle’s powerful performance.

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    Audi charging⁸ 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 app⁹. With integration into MMI and into the e-tron route planner.

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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
Fuel consumption combined¹: 1.7–1.4 l/100 km; Power consumption combined¹: 16.0–14.4 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined¹: 39-32 g/km.
Electric range combined according to WLTP, for 17 to 20-inch wheels.
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.
Can lead to increased fuel consumption.
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.
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.