Self Study Program 675 – Audi e-tron (type GE)

VAG SSP 675 – Audi e-tron (Type GE): Modern Composite Construction for Enhanced Performance and Safety. Self Study Program 675 covers the body of the Audi e-tron (Type GE), a modern composite construction that uses various materials for enhanced performance and safety. In addition to various grades of steel, sheet aluminum is used in the rear part of the underbody, and die-cast aluminum is used for the front suspension turrets.

To ensure maximum durability and protection, the bumper carriers with crash boxes, suspension strut cross member, and reinforcement struts between the two front longitudinal members are manufactured from extruded aluminum profiles.

This innovative use of materials not only enhances the performance and safety of the Audi e-tron (Type GE) but also demonstrates Audi’s commitment to sustainability and reducing the environmental impact of their vehicles.

Self Study Program 675 provides a detailed look at the body construction of the Audi e-tron (Type GE), making it a valuable resource for technicians and enthusiasts interested in understanding the advanced technologies and materials used in Audi’s latest electric vehicle.


  • Introduction
    • Distinguishing features of the vehicle
    • Dimensions
  • Body
    • Overview
    • Underbody structure
    • Body assembly
  • Audi e-tron driving strategy
    • Drive
    • quattro with e-tron technology
    • Recuperation (energy recovery)
  • Power units
    • Electric drive motor for front axle
    • Electric drive motor for rear axle
    • Electric drive motor
    • Torque/speed generation
    • Drive dynamics
    • Electric drive cooling system
    • Electric drive control unit
  • Power transmission
    • Overview
    • Selector mechanism
    • Park-by-wire parking lock
    • Parking lock mechanism
    • Single-speed transmission – 0MA
    • Lightweight planetary gear differential
    • Single-speed transmission – 0MB
    • Service information
  • Running gear
    • Overview
    • Axles
    • Adaptive air suspension
    • Steering system
    • Brake system
    • Brake regulation system MK C1
    • Wheels, tyres and tyre pressure monitoring
  • Electrics and electronics
    • Power supply
    • Networking
    • FlexRay
    • Terminal management
    • Data bus diagnostic interface J533
    • Onboard supply control unit J519 (BCM1)
    • Convenience electronics
    • Convenience system central control unit J393
    • Virtual exterior mirrors
    • Control unit in dash panel insert J285
    • Motor control unit J623
    • Exterior lighting
  • High-voltage system
    • Overview of the high-voltage components
    • Safety regulations
    • Warning labels
    • High-voltage battery 1 AX2
    • Charging sockets on the vehicle
    • Vehicle communication with the power source
    • External sound
    • Audi e-tron charging system (compact)
  • Air conditioning and thermal management
    • Thermal management
    • Refrigerant circuit
    • Refrigerant circuit and heating circuit
    • Refrigerant circuit, heating circuit and coolant circuit for high-voltage battery
    • Refrigerant circuit, heating circuit, coolant circuit for high-voltage battery and coolant circuit for electric powertrain
    • Thermal management system scenarios
    • Thermal management control unit J1024
    • Assembly group – heat exchanger for heat pump operation and for high-voltage battery, refrigerant circuit valves
    • Coolant expansion tank
    • Overview and position of refrigerant circuit, heating circuit and coolant circuits
    • Fitting locations of coolant changeover valves and coolant pumps
  • Safety and driver assist systems
    • Driver assist systems
    • Passive safety
    • Airbag control unit J234
    • Sensors
    • Active safety
  • Infotainment and Audi connect
    • Introduction and overview of versions
    • Sound
    • Aerials
  • Servicing, inspection & roadside/breakdown assistance
    • Service interval display
    • Roadside/breakdown assistance
    • Self-study programmes

This self-study programme teaches a basic knowledge of the design and functions of new models, new vehicle components or new technologies.
It is not a Workshop Manual. Any figures given here are for explanatory purposes only and refer to the data valid at the time of writing. Content is not updated.
It is essential that you refer to the latest technical literature when carrying out maintenance and repair work.

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 176

Self Study Program 675 – Audi e-tron (type GE)