Audi employs a holistic approach in its development of sustainable products. In the process, we rely on a broad portfolio of alternative drive technologies to make mobility more environmentally compatible.
Even before this date, the Company wants to offer more than 20 electric cars and plug-in hybrids in its product range – represented in all segments and models.
The e-tron fleet from Audi already boasts two plug-in hybrid models. These models are equipped with lithium-ion batteries. The first fully electric sports SUV from the brand with the Four Rings is being launched in 2018.
Electric mobility will only become practical and sustainable when the electricity is sustainably generated. We also want to provide our customers with the most convenient charging system possible. The system solution Audi is working on enables our customers to charge from the private and public infrastructure with renewable energy.
To offer a comprehensive charging infrastructure, we have set up a joint venture with other car manufacturers: IONITIY GmbH supplies the main transport arteries in Europe with high-power charging (HPC) stations.
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Audi e-diesel and Audi e-gas have the potential to power combustion engines almost carbon-neutrally.
Audi is also looking at services that go beyond the automobile as a product with the Audi Smart Energy Network project: Through a pilot project, the Company is demonstrating how the car, home and power supply can be intelligently linked.
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