Does the Audi e-tron lose charge while it is stationary?

The high-voltage battery is discharged by approximately 3% in a month if it is not used. When 0% is displayed, a reserve charge capacity of 8% is still available to protect the battery.
What factors does the range of the Audi e-tron depend on? Can the range be maximized?

The range depends on several factors including charge level of the high-voltage battery, route profile, temperature, ambient conditions, tires size, individual driving style, number of passengers and luggage placed. Various measures such as excellent aerodynamics, sophisticated thermal management system and recuperation play a major role in increasing the range. In addition to this, the car can be driven in ‘range mode’ to increase the range. Taking specific measures such as switching off auxiliary functions and reducing top speed also help in increasing the range.
How far can I drive with a range of 0%?

The Audi e-tron gives an initial warning when the range is 100 km. A second warning is issued when the remaining range reaches 50 km. When 0 km is displayed on the instrument cluster, the vehicle will stop soon after. An emergency start reserve is then available, so that one can drive the vehicle to a safer location up to a few meters. After this, the vehicle can only be started when it is recharged.
Do traffic jams and long waiting periods affect the stated range?

No electricity flows while the vehicle is stationary and as a result, the range is not impacted. However, the auxiliary systems vis-à-vis air conditioning, vehicle lighting and infotainment system use electricity and if switched on, can affect the range.
Does the Audi e-tron have any disadvantages compared to conventional vehicles in terms of its weight?

As is usually in the case of battery electric vehicles, the Audi e-tron has a higher weight due to its high-voltage battery. The comparatively higher weight has a positive effect on recuperation performance, as it increases with additional mass.