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Audi aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 30 percent over the vehicle lifecycle by 2025
- Package of measures covers the entire value chain
- Bram Schot, Audi CEO: “We recognize a responsibility for our cars over their lifecycles”
Audi and the Volkswagen Group are among the first automobile manufacturers to commit to the Paris Climate Agreement. The company has set itself the ambitious goal of successively reducing vehicle-specific CO2 emissions by 30 percent by 2025 – compared with reference year 2015 and over the entire product lifecycle. In the long term, Audi is pursuing the vision of CO2-neutral mobility and aims to be climate-neutral throughout the company on balance by 2050.