The cube-shaped Audi Charging Hub in Nuremberg, Germany is basically a luxurious lounge designed for electric vehicle owners. Featuring house charging pillars as well as used lithium ion batteries for energy storage.
Why a lounge? Audi claims that it only takes a little longer than a coffee break to charge one of their electric vehicles. For example, the Audi e-tron GT reaches a charging capacity of up to 270 kW, which means a charge from 5 to 80 percent requires just 23 minutes under ideal conditions. Go upstairs to pass time, complete with a variety of comfortable amenities and a range of snacks, drinks as well as non-food items.
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The charging hub embodies our aspiration for the electric era and highlights Audi’s commitment to ‘Vorsprung durch Technik.’ A flexible high-performing HPC charging park like this does not require much from the local electricity grid and uses a sustainable battery concept. Our customers benefit in numerous ways: from the ability to make exclusive reservations, a lounge area and short waiting times thanks to high-performance charging. This is consistent with the premium concept,” said Oliver Hoffmann, Member of the Board for Technical Development of Audi AG.