Audi e-tron GT onboard charger

Audi e-tron GT and Audi RS e-tron GT have an onboard charger for level 1 and level 2 charging.

The onboard charger is responsible for converting AC from the wall to DC used in the battery.

The standard onboard charger support up to 11KW AC charging.

Audi e-tron GT and Audi RS e-tron GT have charge ports on both sides of the cars.

In the US the charging ports have a J1772 connector to connect to the car, while in Europe it has a Type 2 connector.

The driver side port only supports AC charging, while the passenger side port support both AC and DC charging.

Passenger side charge port with Type 2 CCS port supporting AC and DC charging

Passenger side charge port with Type 2 CCS port supporting AC and DC charging

Driver charge port with only Type 2 port for AC charging

Driver charge port with only Type 2 port for AC charging

To charge the car from AC you need a Wallbox to connect to or the charging system that can connect to the domestic outlet.

Optional 22KW charger

You can order an additional charging unit for the car (AX5). This gives the car 22KW charging capability on a 400Volt 32A 3 phases connection.

Option Id KB4

Electric drive unit

In the illustration below you see the location of the charge units.

Electric drive train with the charger location

Electric drive train with the charger location

Only AC charging goes through the charger. For DC charging, the CCS port is directly connected to the battery.

Capacity based on network / outlet

Connection Plug capacity charging 100% e-tron GT
120Volt Level 1 Domestic NEMA 5-20 1.2kW 76 hours
240Volt Domestic NEMA 14-50 9.6kW 9.5 hours
230Volt Domestic Type F 1.8kW 50.5 hours
400V 32A 3phase Red Industrial 22KW 4.5 hours
400V 16A 3phase Red Industrial 11KW 9 hours
230V 32A 1phase Blue Industrial 7.2KW 11.5 hours
230V 16A 1phase Blue Industrial 3.6KW 23 hours