Markus Duesmann, Audi’s CEO, has made a new statement regarding the plans of the German company. And the future is pretty electric for the Ingolstadt based producer.
According to Markus Duesmann, starting in 2026, all new models launched by Audi will be 100% electric.

Also, the car manufacturer has stated that the last combustion engine will be developed by the end of 2025, and according to the plans, by the end of 2033, all the combustion engine models will be gradually phased out. With probably one exception.

The guys from Audi expect to see some good orders for combustion engine cars from China, which means the production of this one will continue. But there is one catch: all the engines will be made in China.

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Also, the German car manufacturer expects to reach CO2 neutrality by 2050.