Audi Ready To Roll Out Twenty New Models Within Three Years
The Volkswagen luxury car folks are going to try something pretty ambitious, but it's not totally crazy. Audi will exhaust every resource over the next three years as they strive to move to an all-electric lineup and launch twenty new models.
The über carmaker has been hinting at going full electric for a while now, like many other car manufacturers. From the Audi A6 e-Tron to the recently unveiled Audi Activesphere. In the coming years, the manufacturer's history will make a big turn, with a doubling of the electric vehicles being made and the combustion engines gradually being phased out. The manufacturer has announced that it will stop producing ICE-powered vehicles by 2033 and switch to producing only electric cars from 2026. The firm's going to make only zero-emission vehicles in all its factories by 2029, showing they care about Mother Earth.
Audi A6 e-Tron
Audi’s CEO Markus Duesmann says that as part of our strategic realignment, the company is speeding up the transition to e-mobility as we aim to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 at the latest. We are part of a momentous event as we are seeing the most extensive product launch the company has ever experienced. Electric vehicles are becoming more popular, so the twenty new models will come in electric, hybrid, and a few internal combustion models. Constructing pure electric vehicles from the beginning while improving the existing collection of models or at least half of Audi’s collection makes a great deal of sense with powertrain and platform sharing.
Audi’s CEO further stated that through this plan, we are ensuring the clarity needed for us to make a strong and determined shift towards the era of electric vehicles.
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