Part fuel, part electric, all Audi.

The Audi Q5 TFSI e

Enjoy the power of progression. Combining size, performance and functionality, the Audi Q5 TFSI e brings all the benefits of electric to your everyday drive. With innovative plug-in hybrid technology, you can drive up to 62 kilometres (according to WLTP)** purely electric.
*Excluding on road costs.

*This vehicle is not eligible for NZ Govt. Clean Car program
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High functionality coupled with sporty performance.

220 kw*

System output

6.1 sec*

0 to 100km/h Acceleration

62 km*

Electric Range

WLTP (real world driving test) sets the Audi Q5 50 TFSI e range at up to 62km. This is variable based on driving conditions, style, situation and terrain. The average New Zealander drives approx. 40km per day.

Always the right drive

The plug-in hybrid drive of the Audi Q5 TFSI e combines the strengths of an electric drive with the advantages of a TFSI combustion engine.

Many advantages combined

With the electric motor, you can complete everyday short trips of around 62 kilometers (WLTP)** in all-electric mode. For longer journeys, you can count on the proven range provided by the combustion engine, which brings you confidently to your destination.

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).

Everything in view

Located on the left in the Audi virtual cockpit, the power meter displays the system’s overall performance, the drive status and the battery’s state of charge. In the middle – and in the myAudi app – you can check the remaining range of the electric motor and combustion engine.

Plenty of room for your personality

The Q5 TFSI e offers a generous space concept with plenty of room for five people, including ample headroom and legroom.

Spacious and clearly arranged

The high seating position provides a good overview of the traffic situation. A sculpted trim strip runs across the entire width of the instrument panel, stylishly rounding off the overall impression of elegance.

Upgrade your everyday

With the rear seat bench plus, the rear seat backrest comprises three segments. The battery for the electric motor is integrated beneath the loading area to save space. This allows for up to 1,405 litres of luggage capacity.


A wide range of charging options are available for the Audi Q5 TFSI e, both at home and on the road.

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.

Mobile information

You can also check on the state of charge and remaining range in the myAudi app.

Audi home EV charging

Talk to the team about the ideal installation solution for your home.

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1. 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.

2. WLTP (real world driving test) sets the Audi Q4 e-tron 40 range at up to 528km and the Audi Q4 e-tron 50 range up to 511km. This is variable based on driving conditions, style, situation and terrain. The average New Zealander drives approx. 40km per day, meaning not only is the Q4 e-tron practical for everyday use, the long-range capability on offer makes long distance trips possible on a single charge.

3. International models might be shown for illustrative purposes only, and New Zealand specifications may vary.

4. Charging points refer to charging locations apart of the New Zealand ChargeNet network.

5. The specified charging time applies exclusively to the Audi Q4 40 e-tron.
The charging time/charging capacity of the battery can vary depending on a number of factors including ambient and battery temperature, the use of different connectors, power availability at the charging point, state of charge and ageing of the battery. Maximum DC charging capacity is 135 kW of power.

New Zealand Government Clean Car rebates/ fees may apply for new vehicles sold from 1st July 2023. Values stated should be taken as guidance only and may be subject to change without notice. For further details, see Used/demonstrator vehicle pricing may be affected by rebates and fees, please contact our team for further information.

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