Audi Q6 e-tron To Be Built In Belgium In 2018


Audi e-tron Quattro Concept

Audi e-tron Quattro Concept

Audi e-tron quattro concept - New aerodynamic concept with moveable aerodynamic parts

Audi e-tron quattro concept – New aerodynamic concept with moveable aerodynamic parts

The upcoming, long-range Audi Q6 e-tron, a pure electric SUV, will reportedly be built in Belgium starting in 2018.

The Q6 e-tron is previewed by Audi’ e-tron quattro concept.

According to Audi, the Q6 e-tron will have range of more than 310 miles (NEDC), which means that it’ll compete in the segment newly created by the Tesla Model X.

Automotive News Europe provides us with some background on Audi’s Belgian factory:

“Audi’s Brussel’s factory currently builds the Audi A1, the brand’s smallest model, according to Automotive News Europe‚Äôs European plant map. The plant employs about 2,500 workers. In 2014 it produced about 115,000 vehicles.”

Source: Automotive News Europe

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A day late and a dollar short….

Triple AAA. An appropriate aphorism.

I have no doubt that the market will sustain more than one electric SUV, just as it sustains a very large assortment of SUVs today. Perhaps you would like Tesla to attain monopoly status? Competition drives innovation.

Agreed. The outstanding question “Is VW trying to green wash their criminal activity with these announcements and have no intention of honestly building this vehicle in mass?”.

Wake me.

What Luxembourg and Lichtenstein were otherwise occupied ?

I guess Audi could not find a higher cost production site.

It is actually the reverse, Brussels tries to hold on industry so much that deals are very good there. The more GM, Ford and Renault by leaving their past factories, left behind very qualified personnel that is now for grabbing by Volvo and Audi for comparatively low wages. Logistics is excellent and some extras exist like notional interests, a specific item of the place that reduce taxes along a myriad of other advantages and incentives.

It’s a handsome car. The trick will be fast charging. A consortium of not-Tesla needs to create such an infrastructure.

The front grill is ugly…

This is a VW announcement. The trust is gone and all I hear is wah wah wah blah blah blah.
Stop talking and start building.

The real news! – VW goes bankrupt and Tesla gets a great deal on factories in the USA and EU. Oh wait, I’m a couple years early. Ho Hum, I’ll wait.

Too late, bring it on NOW.

Wow! An other news from Audi to say that in three year from now, they will be able to compete with a new comer that is already to the market. What a good way to show everybody how late they are.