The Audi e-tron Charging Service now has officially gone online in ten European countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Finland, Ireland and Luxembourg. Six more countries are to follow in the first quarter of the year.
Audi will then expand into Eastern Europe in the course of the year. “With just one single contract, we will make about 80 percent of all public charging stations in Europe accessible,” the Ingolstadt-based company advertises. We are talking about more than 72,000 charging points via 220 providers.
The tariffs have been known since the beginning of January. For example, the basic monthly price in Germany is EUR 4.95 (City) or EUR 17.95 (Transit) per month – whereby e-tron customers do not have to pay a basic fee in the latter transit tariff for one year. Each charging process then costs 7.95 euros for AC charging, 9.95 euros for DC charging and 8 euros (transit) for charging at an Ionity station.