After first being announced in early 2013, Audi has finally announced pricing for the A3 E-tron Sportback plug-in hybrid electric car. We’ll keep this page updated with different regions as Audi released pricing.
Audi has priced the A3 E-tron Sportback at 37,900 euros. This base price doesn’t include any incentives or tax exemptions. Lease price is €319 a month for 36 months.
In November 2014, the Audi UK site lists the starting MSRP of the A3 Sportback e-Tron at £34,950 or 34,305.00 GBP.
According to forum member jerry3561, UK dealerships have brochures stating the A3 e-Tron price is £34,895 (Excluding £5,000 Government-applied Ultra Low Carbon Car Consumer Incentive for Ultra Low Emission Vehicles). For the first year of sales, the e-tron will be VED-exempt.
Back a few months ago, Autocar.co.uk estimated the price of the A3 Sportback E-tron will be £32,700
April 2015: A video on CNBC has Audi America president, Scott Keogh, say the Audi A3 e-Tron “price point is going to be around $40,000”. No indication was made as to whether that price included tax incentives or not.
No pricing is yet available, but we’d expect it to be in the mid- to high-$30 thousand range. It will likely be above the Chevy Volt’s $34,995 starting price.
In January 2014, according to AutomobileMag.com, their hands on first-drive review of the Audi A3 e-Tron mentions the plug-in hybrid will have an estimated base price of $51,000.
Audi Australia will launch the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron priced at less than $59,990, just under the price of the Holden Volt.
Industry insiders predict the starting price of the A3 Sportback e-Tron in Korea will be around 52 million won.