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Audi Q5 Sportback TFSI e, 2021, front
Audi Q5 Sportback TFSI e, 2021, rear
Audi Q5 Sportback TFSI e, 2021, interior
Audi A6 Avant TFSI e, 2021, front
Audi A6 TFSI e, 2021, front
Audi A7 Sportback TFSI e, 2021, front

A PLUG-IN version of the Audi Q5 SUV has been announced and it has more battery power giving it a 37 mile zero emission range.

The Q5 Sportback TFSI e will be priced from £53,435 and comes in two power outputs with a 50 version developing 299ps and a 55 model having 367ps.

It has an uprated battery that gives it more electric range - a system that will also feature on the latest A6 and A7 Sportback plug-in models and a new A6 Avant 50 TFSI e which has a 41 mile EV range.

The Q5's 2.0-litre powertrain is mated to a 14.4kWh battery giving the TFSI e 50 quattro a 0 to 60 time of 6.1 seconds while the 55 model is quicker at 5.3 seconds.

Both top out at an electronically limited maximum of 148mph and on paper are capable of returning economy figures ranging from 141.2mpg to 156.9mpg with emissions between 42 and 45 g/km.

A full recharge can be done overnight at home from a standard electricity supply while faster charging is available from home or roadside charge point.

The plug-in version of the A6 is priced from £53,340 for the saloon, £55,440 for the Avant estate and the A7 is priced from £60,290.


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