The four Audi EV platforms

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  1. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    Audi will use 4 different platforms for 20 different electric vehicles.

    They are:
    • MLB evo
    • J1 Performance Platform
    • Modular Electric Drive Toolkit (MEB)
    • Premium Platform Electric (PPE)
    The image below sums them up pretty well.


    MLB evo:
    • 95 kWh battery capacity (the 50 quattro is 71 kWh)
    • dual motor all-wheel drive (two asynchronous electric motors - one per axle)
    • peak output of 300 kW
    • DC fast charging at up to 150 kW in a wide range of state-of-charge (SOC)
    • AC charging using three-phase 11 or 22 kW on-board charger (in Europe)
    Modular Electric Drive Toolkit (MEB):
    This is the Volkswagen platform to be shared among its brands.
    Covers most compact to mid-size vehicles in an assortment of configurations.

    J1 Performance Platform:
    • 800 V battery system architecture
    • fast charging at up to 350 kW
    • battery pack layout for performance GT models, with low driver position
    • dual motor all-wheel drive (two permanently excited synchronous motors - one per axle)
    • high performance
    Premium Platform Electric (PPE):
    • 800 V battery architecture
    • up to 350 kW charging capability (depends on battery tech)
    • dual motor all-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive (PSM or ASM motors)
    • highly scalable architecture that allows for both low- and high-floor, from the medium-size class and upā€”SUVs, Sportbacks, Avants and crossovers

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