Description
Audi A3 Sportback e-tron

The 2017 A3 Sportback e-tron is a plug-in hybrid version of Audi’s A3 Sportback. The A3 e-tron is powered by a 75 kW electric motor and 1.4L TFSI engine. The A3 etron’s 8.8kWh battery pack give the car a 16-mile all-electric range and an all-eletric top speed of 80mph. The gasoline engine and electric motor will take the car from 0-60 mph in 7.6 seconds with a top speed of 130 mph.

Specs
  • Vehicle Type: Cars, Four-Door Hatchback
  • Drivetrain: PHEV
  • Electric Range: 16 mi
  • Total Range: 380 mi
  • Top Speed: 130 mph
  • Number of Seats: 5
  • Connector Type(s): J1772
  • Price (USD): $37,900
  • Vehicle Website: Audi A3 Sportback e-tron
  • Sources: Autoblog
  • CVRP Eligible
6 comments on “Audi A3 Sportback e-tron”
  1. Bill Milow says:

    Where are the Toyota’s? And specifically the Toyota Prius PHEV?

    1. John U'ren says:

      Hi Bill,

      We currently only track vehicles that are for sale and are of the current model year. Toyota pulled their plug-in Prius for 2016. When Toyota releases the plug-in Prius Prime in 2017, we’ll be happy to add it to the tracker. Thank you!

      John

  2. david auch says:

    I was at the Alt Car Expo. Two interesting things.
    1) the 2017 A3 eTron there had 24 miles of electric on the gauge. No one from Audi could explain why. It was an Audi USA vehicle, not European
    2) apparently, according to someone from the state, CA might be adding a requirement for a plug in vehicle to get something line 20 miles all electric for it to qualify for a rebate. Personally, I think this makes a lot of sense. If the A3 only gets 16 miles it will not qualify. If it gets up to 24, it would.

  3. S. L. Odom says:

    What is the total mileage the vehicle can go before having to ‘refuel’ given the 16 miles from battery source and (blank) mileage from gasoline? When are you stranded?

    1. John U'ren says:

      Hi Sonja,

      The Audi A3 e-tron has a total range of 380 miles, including the 16-mile all-electric range. After the first 16 electric miles, the gas engine kicks in and the vehicle can drive a further 364 miles in hybrid mode.

  4. Tom B. says:

    The 16 mile range is the EPA label “discounted” value. EPA deducts 30% from the actual UDDS (Urban Dyno Driving Schedule) for a more conservative city cycle range.
    see EPA website https://www.epa.gov/vehicle-and-fuel-emissions-testing/dynamometer-drive-schedules
    The actual UDDS is closer to 22-23 miles which CA now uses for determining the green HOV stickers and rebates, so it is still eligible. Actual users report about 20-21 miles. The car has modes you can select: EV motor only until depleted, Hybrid mix gas/battery, Hold Battery to “save” the battery for a restricted city drive, or Charge Battery using gas engine.

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