Markus Doesmann, boss of the German-based automaker Audi, said the future of the Audi A4 and Audi A6 models is all-electric. Doesmann also stated that there is no future for hybrid technology.
States and companies are setting new goals and roadmaps for themselves to reduce carbon emissions. Electric cars is also of great importance in this sense. Many auto manufacturers produce electric cars, and it seems that the number of these vehicles produced in the coming years will increase even more.
One of these companies will be Germany-based Audi. In an interview with the company’s boss, Markus Doesmann Audi A4 and Auid A6of the future is fully electric expressed. However, internal combustion engines will still be on the scene until the late 2020s.
Audi A4 and A6 to be fully electric
(Audi A4 concept design)
Audi’s boss, To be released in 2023 He also mentioned the new generation Audi A4 and Audi A6 models. Duesmann said that these cars, which will be released two years later, will use internal combustion engines. However, the new models will also have electric versions in the powertrain.
Hybrid models technology without a future Duesmann also thinks governments will not support this powertrain. Audi boss states that the fast transition to electric cars is very important for the company.
Audi Plans To Quit Internal Combustion Engines By 2040
German-based automaker, also Project Artemis He’s working on another electric car he calls. This vehicle, whose concept version was shown at the Munich Motor Show, is not expected to arrive until 2024. It is thought that Project Artemis, with Alex Hitzinger at the head and expected to be a relatively more accessible tool, will also be a prominent model in terms of assistant features.