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The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e

A3 40 TFSI e

From $77,490

The Audi A3 TFSI e Premium compact meets hybrid.

Our premium compact A3 blends top performance with greater efficiency and comfort. Electric, hybrid or combustion – the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e combines the functionalities of a combustion engine with a powerful electric motor.




Whether purely electric, partially electric or as a combustion engine – the performance can be tailored to the needs of the driver.


Panoramic view

The A3 Sportback 40 TFSI e in numbers

Maximum electric range (WLTP)

62 km

Acceleration (0 to 100 km/h)

7.6 s

System output

150 kW

Drive both ways

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e combines the best of both worlds: Powered purely by electricity, it is locally emission-free on the road with quiet tones. Despite low noise levels, the e-motor offers a powerful drive. Plus, thanks to recuperation while driving, electrical energy can be recovered.

Flexible fun at the wheel

In combination with a lithium-ion battery, the electric motor provides sporty support to the 1.4-litre TFSI engine. Together, the engine and the motor can achieve an output of up to 150 kW in the 40 TFSI e.

Your advantages

Electric motors have the great advantage that they can call up high torque immediately from the first moment. The combustion engine also enables sporty driving over long distances without the need for a charging break.

Choice of drive type – 4 driving modes

You can choose which form of drive is used: all-electric driving (EV), primary use of the combustion engine to preserve the battery charge for future electric driving (Hold) or increase it (Charge), or you can choose the efficient interplay of the two (Hybrid).


Digital and intuitive: The display

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e plug-in hybrid’s fully digital instrument cluster – the optional Audi virtual cockpit – features an integrated power meter. This shows the system’s total output and the driving mode, as well as the battery’s state of charge and the resulting remaining range.

Charging made easy

A wide range of charging options are available for the Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e plug-in hybrid, both at home and on the road.

Charging at home

With safe parking and overnight off-peak electricity rates available over 90% of electric and plug-in hybrid charging takes place at home. An EV charger home assessment is important to identify your home’s electrical infrastructure.

Public charging

Public charging infrastructure is crucial to delivering the freedom and flexibility of an electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle. Audi offers e-tron customers special access to a rapidly growing network of over 280 fast charging stations, thanks to a partnership with ChargeNet.

Dynamic and striking

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e plug-in hybrid takes a compact stance on the road. Its wide hexagonal Singleframe dominates the front view. The V-shaped shoulder line runs from the headlights to the rear lights, visually stretching the vehicle. Its wheel arches are accentuated and the striking body shoulders stand out.

The Audi A3 Sportback TFSI e

Terms and conditions

*Maximum Retail Price (MRP) excludes on road costs and any optional extras. On road costs are determined by the Authorised Audi Dealership. Contact your preferred dealership for details. Prices are subject to change without notice.
**The Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) is designed to provide a standardised measurement and enables the consumer to make reliable comparisons between vehicles in terms of energy (fuel and/or electricity) consumption, emissions, and electric vehicle range. However, it should be noted that the results of this test may not accurately reflect the actual fuel consumption, emissions, or range that a driver might experience in the real world. Actual results may vary depending on various factors such as driving style, road conditions, temperature, weather, vehicle load, and maintenance. Therefore, the WLTP results should be considered as an indicator of the vehicle’s performance and not as a guarantee of the actual energy consumption, emissions, or range that a driver will experience in real-world driving conditions, or for making a vehicle-to-vehicle comparison. All WLTP test values are provided in accordance with New Zealand Land transport Rule: Vehicle Efficiency and Emissions Data 2022.
***International models might be shown for illustrative purposes only, and New Zealand specifications may vary.
****Charging points refer to charging locations a part of the New Zealand ChargeNet network.

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