Back in October, Audi continued its model hybridization with the 2020 Audi A8 PHEV. It’s the first step for Audi and others on the road to full electrification, but that’s years away still. Until then, executives, VIPs, and large sedan lovers can ride/drive the plug-in hybrid Audi, though they’ll have to pay big bucks. Audi has released pricing for the model, and it’s not cheap – it’s $94,000 to start.
That $94,000 MSRP does not include the $995 destination charge, nor the taxes, title, or other up-charges. While pricy, it’s about $10,000 more expensive than the entry-level 2020 Audi A8 55 TFSI that starts at $85,200. However, Audi anticipates A8 PHEV customers will qualify for a federal tax credit up to $6,795. It could also be eligible for additional state incentives, too.