Audi UK is making the switch to an electric vehicle as easy as possible with a range of offers and packages. As part of the ‘Make the Switch’ campaign, which runs until the end of September, several upgraded finance offers, billing support and wall box and e-tron service plans are available to customers across the UK. the transformation of an electric model. car. For Audi customers based in the London area, with the Mayor of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) scrappage scheme, buyers can save up to 16.5 per cent on a new Audi BEV.
“At the core of Audi’s path to becoming the leading provider of sustainable premium mobility is the development and production of fully electric and zero-emission vehicles, and from 2026 every new Audi launched will be fully electric,” commented the head of Audi. Kingdom, Andrew Doyle. “Customer appetite and interest in our BEV lineup has grown rapidly, with sales up 78 percent year-over-year and our ‘Make the Switch’ campaign will help accelerate that change through lowering the barriers to entry for the majority.”
The amount of support available from Audi UK ranges between £6,250 and £11,000 depending on the model and is available to all UK customers. The Make Switch offer also includes a free Ohme wall box charger with standard installation. The 7 kW charging unit allows fast and convenient charging at home through the Ohme app. For customers who already have a suitable home charger, alternative offers of £500 contribution or £500 charging credit can be redeemed on an Audi credit card.
To support the reduced cost of BEV ownership, Audi’s e-tron service plans are as low as £499 during Make the Move. Customers who choose to insure through Audi Car Insurance will also receive a £100 contribution towards their annual policy.
News of the Make the Move campaign coincides with ULEZ’s expansion into London. The policy is designed to remove the most polluting vehicles from the roads in the Greater London area, whose owners now face daily charges for driving in the designated zone.
From the end of August, the £12.50 per day charge will apply to any car entering the zone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year except Christmas Day. The zone has been extended to cover almost the entire area within the M25 bypass. The minimum emissions standards for ULEZ-compliant vehicles are:
Euro 4 or newer fuel (usually made after 2005)
Euro 6 diesel or newer (usually made after 2015)
In addition to support from Audi UK, all Londoners can claim up to £2,000 to scrap a non-compliant car through the Mayor of London’s scrappage scheme.
· Q4 e-tron
Q8 e-tron (only 55 e-tron SUVs)
· e-tron GT
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