Audi Q7 TFSI e Quattro home chargers | From £13.12 a month
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AudiQ7 TFSI e quattro (2020)

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How much does it cost to charge the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?

On an average UK tariff, the cost to charge the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro at home is approximately £5.01.

However, by switching to an EV-friendly tariff, it could be as low as £1.25. That means you could save as much as £1,303.12 a year* when you combine one of our smart chargers with an EV-friendly tariff.

*Charging costs are calculated using the off-peak rates of intelligent Octopus and based on a 200 mile per week trip (or 10,400 mile per year).

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£5.01
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£1.25
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How long does it take to charge the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?

Charging the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro takes approximately 2 hours and 25 minutes to charge from zero to full using a typical 7kW home charging point.

However, most drivers "top up" their PHEV, so charging times are often much shorter. Plus, our smart EV chargers let you schedule a charge overnight, allowing your PHEV to recharge its battery while you recharge yours!

Most plug-in hybrids cannot rapid charge however, please check the table below to find out if the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro is an exception to this rule.

 

SmartHomeCharge Fast ChargingCharge Times

SmartHomeChargeDedicated Smart Home Chargers
Charge AmountDomestic Socket (2.3kW)Single Phase (7.4kW)Three Phase (7.4kW)Rapid (N/A)
20 miles
(Average Daily Mileage)
5h 11m1h 37m1h 37mN/A
20 - 80%4h 40m1h 27m1h 27mN/A
0 - 100%7h 47m2h 25m2h 25mN/A

Charge Times

Charge
Amount
Single Phase
(7.4kW)
Three Phase
(7.4kW)
20 miles
(Average Daily Mileage)
1h 37m1h 37m
20 - 80%1h 27m1h 27m
0 - 100%2h 25m2h 25m
Charge
Amount
Domestic Socket
(2.3kW)
Rapid
(N/A)
20 miles
(Average Daily Mileage)
5h 11mN/A
20 - 80%4h 40mN/A
0 - 100%7h 47mN/A

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What is the all-electric range of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?

The range of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro is 30 miles. This is the WLTP-certified range, which is based on a standardised test all electrhic vehicles go through in Europe.

Just like the MPG figure on a petrol or diesel vehicle, the official range of an electric car should be taken as a guide to help compare with other vehicles rather than a guaranteed range for day-to-day driving. The actual full electric range will vary depending on driving efficiency, speed, temperature, weather conditions and more.  

What is the battery size of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?

The battery size of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro is 17.9kWh.

Battery sizes on electric vehicles vary from around 30kWh (kilowatt hours) to as big as 100kWh and higher. The bigger the battery the more range you get generally speaking, although the vehicle's weight and efficiency are huge factors in the actual range available. 

There are also steps you can take to prolong the life of an EV battery. Check out our guide to electric vehicle battery maintenance for tips on keeping your EV in tip-top health.

What happens when an EV battery eventually dies though? Many of the parts can be re-used or recycled - learn more about what happens to an electric car battery at the end of its life.

What is the company car tax rate for the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?

The company car tax rate (also known as benefit in kind rate) for the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro is 16%.

How much benefit-in-kind tax you'll need to pay for your electric vehicle will depend on its emissions, its range and its worth. You can check out our guide to company car tax for electric cars to learn more.

FAQs

What are the emissions of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?
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The emissions of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro are 59g/m

Where is the charge port located in the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro?
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The charge port of the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro is located on the passenger rear side.

What charging connector does the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro use?
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The Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro uses a Type 2 for fast home and public charging.

Does the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro support bi-directional charging?
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No, the Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro does not support bi-directional charging.

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