The new 2021 Audi Q5 TFSI e comes in two engine versions respectively. 50 TFSI e and 55 TFSI e, both equipped with the well-known 2.0 TFSI engine with 265 hp. Combined with an electric motor and software, it provides a system output of 299 hp for 50 TFSI e, while a 55 TFSI e delivers 367 hp. Both models are equipped with quattro four-wheel drive.
Compared to the previous version of the 2021 Audi Q5 TFSI e, the new one has a larger battery. The capacity of the battery is 17.9 kWh (net 14.4 kWh), giving the Audi Q5 TFSI e an electric range of up to 62 km measured on WLTP. The charging capacity is 7.4 kW AC (two-phase), and all Q5 TFSI e are supplied with an emergency charger.
Common to both design lines are standard equipment such as Audi Assistant package, parking assistance plus, high beam assistant, Audi smartphone interface, navigation, leather steering wheel, sports seats, 4-way adjustable lumbar support, heated front seats, electric tailgate and much more.
Audi Q5 Prestige 50 TFSI e from 69,900 euro
Audi Q5 S line 50 TFSI e from 72,600 euro
Audi Q5 S line 55 TFSI e from 82,600 euro
Although the Audi Q5 TFSI e has a high level of standard equipment, it also offers some attractive accessory packages: Matrix LED headlights, multicoloured ambient lighting, Audi connect key, reversing camera, MMI navigation plus, Road sign recognition.
In order to be able to utilize the potential of plug-in hybrid technology when buying an Audi plug-in hybrid, Audi recommends that you order a Clever Unlimited subscription, where you can choose to install a charging box at home. Then you are guaranteed unlimited charging at a fixed monthly price.
The 2021 Audi Q5 Sportback TFSI e SUV will also be offered as a plug-in hybrid with the same technology and will be available for order in early March.
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