Audi, the luxury car manufacturer, has announced plans to introduce 20 new models by 2026, with a focus on electric vehicles. This is part of Audi’s strategy to transition to a more sustainable and eco-friendly brand, as demand for electric vehicles continues to rise. The 20 new models will include electric, hybrid, and internal combustion engine vehicles, and will help Audi stay ahead of competitors in the ever-evolving automotive industry.
According to Lichte, the automaker is working on the successor of both EVs and ICE models, and it will be the biggest product launch in Audi’s history with more than 20 cars in the next two and a half years. The company stated, “We are coming up with the biggest product launch in the history of Audi with more than 20 cars in the next two and a half years.”
The automaker is focusing more on green and clean powertrain technology across the globe. Audi is no exception and is working on a new generation of electric vehicles, such as the A6 E-Tron, which is currently being tested publicly. Another example of Audi’s focus on electric vehicles is the ActiveSphere concept.
Audi has announced that it will stop producing ICE-powered vehicles by 2033 and switch to producing only electric cars from 2026. The company also plans to manufacture all zero-emission vehicles in all its factories by 2029.