Audi Outlines Electric Future – 3 New EVs By 2020

MAY 19 2017 BY MARK KANE 6

128th Annual General Meeting of AUDI AG – Audi Forum Neckarsulm

At the Audi’s Annual General Meeting last week in Neckarsulm, the company announced that it intends to launch three new electric car models by 2020, beginning with the battery-electric e-tron SUV next year (that the company is already taking deposits on in Europe).

Marc Lichte (Head of Design, AUDI AG) with the Audi e-tron Sportback concept

Following the Audi all-electric SUV, is the e-tron Sportback concept, recently debuted in Shanghai (see full details/video from the launch here).

Over the longer term, Audi set a goal to achieve one third of its sales overall to be plug-in electric models by 2025.

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6 Comments on "Audi Outlines Electric Future – 3 New EVs By 2020"

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Bob

VAG-related EV announcements are like a car alarms in the shopping mall parking lot – background noise which is difficult to take seriously.

Russ

I get that and generally agree, but I did see ads for jobs building out their EV network across the U.S. That tells me they are doing something, as I doubt they’d spend money on the infrastructure if they weren’t going to have vehicles to take advantage of it. We’ll see.

zzzzzzzzzz

Yes, you may get used to false alarms from VW group with concepts that never went anywhere. But it looks this time they are sending it to production for real.

Just_Chris

The problem I have with Audi is they are supposed to be leading – advance cars that cost more because they are the best and newest technology. Nissan, GM, Tesla, Renault, BMW, even VW – Audi’s dumb cousin, know more than Audi at this stage. Those 3 new models better be pretty special or you may as well change the badge to Skoda.

Interesting side note my spell check suggest Kodak for Skoda – very apt.

leafowner

LATE TO THE PARTY…….and how many gigafactories are they building to support all of these new EVs????

Pretender.

SJC

Being forced into EV because of diesel is a bit ironic. They win from lying.