Audi has announced that they will be launching a new Audi charging service in January 2023, which will be available in 27 countries across Europe.
The new Audi Charging feature will give owners of Audi electric vehicles access to approximately 400,000 charging points across Europe.
The Audi charging service will begin on January 1, 2023 in 27 countries, including Germany, and will expand throughout the year. It offers access to approximately 400,000 charging points operated by over 800 CPOs (Charging Point Operators). These include around 1,900 highperformance chargers (HPCs) from provider IONITY, which are located primarily along major highways and provide fast charging up to 350 kilowatts.
For its new charging offering, Audi is partnering with Volkswagen Group Charging GmbH and their Elli brand. Audi electronic throne The charging service, which was launched four years ago after the introduction of the first allelectric Audi model, will be replaced, and new customers, as well as drivers of current Audi models, will switch to the new service from electronic throne charging services, you can choose one of the three available tariffs.
You can find out more information about the new Audi Charging for electric vehicles on the Audi website at the link below.
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