Audi has changed the exit plan for electric vehiclesSeptember 24, 2019
The German company is developing the production of electrified models.
By 2025, the Audi brand intends to reduce total CO2 emissions by 30% for each model during the life cycle of the car. As part of the implementation of these plans, the company will actively develop the production of electric vehicles, as well as expand the share of “green” models in the brand line and the total number of cars produced.
The German company has already represented small batches of electric cars, for example, the R8 e-tron, but the first such model was the electro-cross e-tron. In 2019, the brand will also launch the e-tron Sportback coupe-like model, and the e-tron GT and Q4 e-tron will also appear next year.
Recall that earlier Audi introduced a brand development plan, according to which by 2025 the brand will release 30 electrified models, with 20 of them fully electric. It is noted that by 2050 the company plans to reduce emissions to zero.
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