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Audi says it will no longer build combustion engines from 2033, but does it anyway

Audi will no longer build combustion engines from 2033, is the purport of the press release issued by the manufacturer. But the text actually says something different. “The exact timing of stopping the combustion engine at Audi is ultimately determined by customers and legislation. The manufacturer expects demand in China to continue beyond 2033, so it is conceivable that models with locally produced combustion engines will be offered there.’

Rapid expansion of Audi .’s electric delivery program

At the same time, Audi will continue to expand its range of fully electric models. The brand currently supplies the Audi Q4 E-Tron, Q4 E-Tron Sportback, E-Tron, E-Tron Sportback and E-Tron GT. Audi wants to have more than twenty electric cars in its delivery program in four years’ time. In the foreseeable future, the manufacturer will introduce a plug-in version of the Audi A6. In April we already saw a production-ready preview in the form of the Audi A6 E-Tron Concept.

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