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A clear course: Audi is increasing investments in electromobility
- The year 2021 characterized entirely by electromobility: Audi doubled the number of fully electric models in its range
- Sum total of advance payments up to 2026 increased to about €37 billion, €18 billion for electrification and hybridization alone
- Charging infrastructure: accelerated expansion of the charging network and a start for the Audi charging hub pilot project in Nuremberg
This year, Audi doubled its product portfolio of purely electric models. With the world premiere of the Audi e-tron GT at the start of the year and the Audi Q4 e-tron in the spring, 2021 was characterized entirely by implementation of the roadmap. Furthermore, with its investment planning for the next five years, Audi is accelerating the transition toward becoming a provider of networked and sustainable premium mobility. In particular, advance payments for future vehicle projects are being increased once again, with a sum total of about €37 billion. The premium manufacturer is earmarking about €18 billion for electrification and hybridization alone and thereby emphasizing its clear commitment to electromobility.