The Audi Grand Reopening Event

12th - 18th April

Please Note: This event finished on 18/04/2021.

Book your place at the Audi Grand Reopening Event.

Monday 12th - Sunday 18th April

We are all thrilled to be re-opening our doors to you from 12th April and to celebrate, you are invited to our Grand re-opening event.

This is your chance to come and explore the superb Audi range once again, inside and out, up close and personal.

We are also now able to offer COVID safe test drives, maybe it’s time to experience the responsiveness and silence of one of our electric models for yourself?

We have some fantastic offers currently available across the entire range. Our team have been given several tools to create a fantastic, personalised offer tailored to all your needs. After all, one size doesn’t fit all. There really hasn’t been a better time to buy a new Audi.

To book your appointment, please call our friendly team using the contact details at the bottom of this page or alternatively, click on the button below.


Interested in the Audi e-tron?

Standing still or on the move, the Audi e-tron is electrifying. Its expressive sill area, the electric tailboard and the light gray Singleframe are indicators of the high-voltage technology that makes for a special driving experience. The electric SUV is powered by two powerful electric motors that are locally CO2-neutral and virtually silent. A new generation of the quattro drive, the electric all-wheel drive, ensures excellent traction and dynamics. It ensures the continuous and variable regulation of the ideal distribution of drive torques between the two axles – within a fraction of a second.

A key factor for the sporty character and outstanding transverse dynamics is the low and central position at which the battery system is installed. It gives the vehicle a range that is suitable for driving long distances. During far more than 90 percent of all decelerations, the Audi e-tron recovers energy solely via its electric motors. The electric SUV taps its maximum recuperation potential in combination with the integrated electrohydraulic brake control system. Audi is the world’s first carmaker to use such a system in an electrically powered series production vehicle.

Interested in the Audi A7 PHEV?

The drive concept of the A7 Sportback 55 TFSI e quattro is designed so that customers can do the most of their daily driving electrically. Whether with zero local emissions in the city or with high range on long trips. The combination of electric motor and internal combustion engine provides for a sportily dynamic driving experience. With its three different driving modes, the plug-in hybrid is easy to operate in everyday use.

The A7 PHEV starts by default in EV mode. This means the car is driven exclusively electrically as long as the driver does not depress the accelerator past a variable, perceptible pressure point. EV mode is the base setting each time the vehicle is started. In the second driving mode, Battery Hold mode, the drive management system holds battery capacity at the current level so that a defined distance can later be covered fully electrically, for instance.


Interested in the Audi Q7 PHEV?

The Audi Q7 60 TFSI e quattro delivers a system output of 456 PS and 700 Nm (516.3 lb-ft) of system torque. Its sporty appeal is reinforced by the standard S line exterior with a full paint finish in the body color and striking design details at the front and rear ends. The look is completed by the black styling package and the Matrix LED headlights. Red brake calipers are installed behind the 20-inch wheels and the adaptive air suspension provides a great range from taut handling to comfortable rolling.

The interior of the Q7 60 TFSI e quattro features the interior S line/S line sport package. This includes sport seats with S line embossing, black headlining and aluminum inlays. When the doors are opened, LED lights in the door sills project the four rings onto the ground. Most equipment features are also available for the Audi Q7 55 TFSI e quattro upon request.

The charging socket of the new plug-in hybrids is located in the rear section of the left sidewall, opposite the tank filler neck. The Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro can be charged conveniently at public charging terminals while on the road, using the standard mode 3 cable with a type 2 connector.

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