The Audi A4 and A5 have a built-in charging port.
The A6 and A8 have separate ports for charging.
But Audi’s newest, the A8, doesn’t have any.
You need to buy a new one.
In the A6, you’ll find an “aux-electric” version of the A5, the first of two to arrive in the A4 line.
The first A8 version, the E-Hybrid, comes with an “e-cell” version for the A3, the second to arrive later in the year.
These are available in the US, Europe, and Asia.
They’re also available in Asia and Europe, but it’s not clear whether they’ll be compatible with the A7 or A8.
The new A8 and E-hybrid will arrive in North America on November 19th.
(A5, E-Pace, and A6 will arrive sometime in January.)
The new plug-in versions will cost $70 less than the previous generation.
We already know that Audi is aiming to offer them in 2018, but for now, we’re waiting to see what happens with the upcoming A8 plug-ins.
(The A8 will not include the new plug versions, but we’ll update this story with any news on this.)
What you need to know about the new A4 model: We’ve been waiting for the new model for years.
It’s the first plug-top to come out of the company since the A1, which debuted in 2015.
It shares some design elements with the Audi A3 (it has the same wheels and grille as the A2), but it also has a new, slightly wider wheelbase.
The same 6.4-inch touchscreen and 2.0-liter inline-six engine are found in the new Audi A5.
The E-series plug-ups, too, share a lot of design elements.
The big difference is that the E5, with its slightly taller front seats, has a larger engine.
It’ll be available in two models, the “hybrid” and “full-hybrids.”
The hybrid will be available with the same 8-speed automatic transmission as the plug-up, the 4-speed manual.
The full-hybride will be offered in a more expensive version of that, with a 5-speed auto.
Both models will be priced at $75,000 or $90,000.
Both plug-types will be equipped with the new “hybrids” standard that comes standard with the current A5 and A4, but there will be a $10,000 upgrade for buyers of the “full hybrid.”
(You’ll have to wait for the full-synthetic version of this upgrade to arrive, though.)
Both plug types will be compatible, but the full hybrids will only work on the A models in the U.S. Audi says that the A model in the UK will be the first to get the new 6.3-liter turbocharged V-8.
Audi will also offer a new 4.0L inline-four engine, which should improve fuel economy, but is also the same engine found in all Audi models.
The 5.2-liter V-12 will be found in Audi’s all-new crossover.
Audi has also confirmed that the plug plug-type will be discontinued.
We’ve heard rumors about a plug-powered Audi A7.
The car was expected to arrive as a luxury crossover in the third quarter of 2018, and it is likely that Audi will offer the A9 model in 2019.
The news comes just weeks after Audi unveiled its newest plug-to-plug hybrid, the Q5, and the Q6, which will replace the A and A3 models.