Audi India bolsters EV charging infrastructure - completes installation of 100+ chargers across 60+ cities in India
● Audi India dealerships are equipped with a 22kW charger ● Select Audi India dealerships are equipped with a 50kW fast charger – this continues to grow ● Select SAVWIPL group brand dealerships are equipped with a 22kW charger
Mumbai, 09 September, 2022: Audi, the German luxury car manufacturer, has successfully installed 100+ chargers across 60+ cities in India – this includes all Audi India dealerships, workshop facilities and select SAVWIPL Group brand dealerships located across strategic highways in the country.
All Audi India dealerships are equipped with a 22kW charger and so far, 16 Audi India dealerships including Audi Ahmedabad, Audi Bengaluru Central, Audi Bhubaneshwar, Audi Chennai, Audi Delhi South, Audi Goa, Audi Gurugram, Audi Karnal, Audi Ludhiana, Audi Mumbai South, Audi Surat, Audi Pune, Audi Delhi West, Audi Guwahati, Audi Jaipur and Audi Kolkata are equipped with a 50kW DC fast charger.
Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India, said, “We have a clear road map towards sustainable mobility and are committed to developing an EV ecosystem. We have successfully installed 100+ chargers across India and we will continue to increase this in the days, months and years forward to ensure ease of ownership for Audi e-tron and other EV owners. The future is electric and Audi India is ready for it.”
Audi India currently sells five electric cars in India – Audi e-tron 50, Audi e-tron 55, Audi e-tron Sportback 55, Audi e-tron GT and Audi RS e-tron GT. With five offerings, Audi India has a proposition for every type of EV customer. To ease the transition to electric mobility – the brand is offering several benefits and packages including after-sales, charging and ownership.
“The specified values of fuel consumption and emission are determined according to the mandatory emission test measurement specified in Rule 115 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989 (CMVR), under controlled conditions using reference fuel, at an agency authorized under Rule 126 of CMVR. Fuel consumption and emission values may vary due to factors such as driving habits, road and traffic condition, fuel quality, maintenance practices, loading pattern, ambient condition and engineering tolerances etc.
The values declared for the vehicles have been obtained from one of the variant tested as per Central Motor Vehicle Rule 115. Fuel consumption and emission value for other variants may differ. Audi India or its authorize dealers shall not be held liable for any difference in fuel consumption values, due to any of the aforesaid variables.
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