Charging plays a big part in electromobility. For selected and compatible e-tron models, Audi will soon be offering an optional, innovative way of charging conveniently at home called Audi Wireless Charging.
Charging is one of the main aspects of electromobility. Charging at public points is not the only important part in the charging process, since this is especially defined by charging your car at home. In fact, 80 percent of charging happens wherever the car is parked overnight – which is usually at home. Soon, compatible e-tron models will offer customers another way of charging their vehicles’ batteries aside from power cables.
This is all possible thanks to an unassuming-looking plate that comes with big benefits. Connected to an industrial socketcharging it becomes an inductive charging station with an area of around 90 x 70 cm and a height of 7 cm. Weighing around 40 kg, the station can be positioned anywhere on the ground, such as in a garage or carport. It is secured against slipping and doesn’t need a recess in the floor.
Convenient to manage from beginning to end, when the vehicle drives away or if the battery is full, charging finishes automatically. What’s great about that is that you don’t have to unplug any cables or press any buttons. The Z-Mover retracts as soon as you activate the start-stop button. It’s a technology which is incredibly simple as well as innovative.
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