Go Green with Silvercar by Audi: Rent an Audi e-tron Sportback Today
Silvercar by Audi is the only car rental company to provide the 2023 Audi e-tron Sportback electric vehicle as an available choice to customers. With this option, customers can enjoy a sophisticated coupe SUV design, which merges the spaciousness of an SUV with the charm of a four-door coupe and offers convenient practicality and a distinct appearance while on the road.
Furthermore, eligible Audi drivers can try out the e-tron Sportback without having to pay extra through “Always Audi.” This program grants qualified current owners and new leases with seven Silvercar by Audi rental days and offers them the opportunity to enjoy a long-term electric vehicle driving experience without having to make a purchase.
The e-tron Sportback takes an approach to design that prioritizes dependable performance, durability, and maximum charging capability. This is the second fully electric model from the company, and it has all of the quality and refinement that luxury consumers anticipate. Safety was a major factor in its design; situated low in the vehicle in a protective honeycomb case, the e-tron battery makes use of 86.5 kWh out of its total 95 kWh power capacity. This engineering technique helps ensure that the battery maintains a high energy level during charging.
The 2023 Audi e-tron Sportback is the recent addition to the Silvercar rental selection, which also features various Audi sedans and SUVs. All vehicles come with free Wi-Fi and GPS navigation, as well as SiriusXM satellite radio. Furthermore, customers will not have to pay extra for car seat hire or mileage. Silvercar is highly committed to customer satisfaction and currently has an NPS of 84 - five times higher than the rest of the car rental sector. It was also acclaimed as the best car rental firm of 2021 by the Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards.
Audi of America is confident that the Future is Electric. By 2025, almost one-third of the United States' model lineup from the company will be electrified, consisting of both full electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. In addition, Audi is determined to become net CO2 neutral by 2050. Last year, Audi sold 196,038 cars in the U.S., surpassing 2020 with more electric models sold than ever before and electric vehicle deliveries increasing by over half.
2023 Audi e-tron Sportback: What You Need to Know