Audi UK launches new EV&me mobile app for its electric car drivers

Audi UK has launched a new version of its EV&me app, which is available to download for free via the Android /Apple stores. Audi are doing all they can to help customers make the change to cleaner driving. In the last year over half of Audi’s new models launched have been electric.

The new app has been designed to help customers make the switch to an all-electric or plug-in hybrid Audi by allowing them to compare useful performance data, charging times and running costs between models. Best of all the app allows customers to see the cost savings of switching from a petrol or diesel car to a plug-in vehicle by answering just a few simple questions.

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Even more accurate cost savings can be discovered by enabling auto-tracking. This feature uses real-time data and once six journeys have been completed the app can calculate the possible savings by switching to a plugin vehicle.

The app also offers handy guides and articles outlining the many benefits of Audi’s battery electric vehicle (BEV) and plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV) model ranges. Customers can watch our easy-guide films, chat live to an electric vehicle (EV) specialist, locate an Audi Centre, discover live model offers and book a test drive.

Andrew Doyle, director at Audi UK, said: “There are endless benefits to switching to plug-in power and Audi’s new and updated EV&me app now makes them clear for all to see. From an environmental standpoint, switching to electric power is central to Audi’s future but the financial benefits of making the switch can also be reaped by our customers.

“Making the switch to electric power is easier than ever thanks to the EV&me app. Our experts at your fingertips so we can help guide you through the process and ensure no question is left unanswered.”

The latest EV&me mobile app also offers lots of other new neat features and will work with all new Audi models including the all-new Q4 e-tron, Q4 Sportback e-tron and e-tron GT.

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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