Audi launches kWh-based pricing for e-tron Charging Service

Corporate developments

Audi launched e-tron Charging Service in select European countries in February last year

Audi has announced a kilowatt-hours (kWh)-based pricing to its e-tron Charging Service that allows customers to charge their cars at charging stations operated by IONITY, the German carmaker said in a press release on 27 January. IONITY, a high-power charging (HPC) provider, is a joint venture between BMW, Daimler, Ford and the Volkswagen Group (VW) with Audi and Porsche.

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