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Audi is accelerating its transformation: starting in 2026, the company will only launch new models with electric drive systems on the global market. The production of internal combustion engines will be gradually phased out until 2033. Audi will offer electric vehicle customers an unparalleled onboard experience with its own ecosystem. Clear decisions as the result of an intensive strategy process: Audi’s “Vorsprung 2030” strategy focuses on profitable growth and differentiation. In addition, the company has resolved to become the industry leader in sustainability, social responsibility, and technology.

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  • 10/13/22

    “Targeting green mobility”: Markus Duesmann on the change happening right now

    At a panel hosted by the Bavarian Media Group, Markus Duesmann, CEO of AUDI AG, discussed his vision of sustainable mobility as well as the current challenges. Alongside Carsten Spohr (Lufthansa) and Joe Kaeser (Siemens Energy), Duesmann took questions from moderator Gabor Steingart. The key statements from Audi’s CEO.
  • 09/15/22

    Manfred Döss appointed Chairman of the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG

    At today’s AUDI AG Supervisory Board meeting, which took place at the Hungarian production site in Győr, Manfred Döss was unanimously elected as the new Chairman of the AUDI AG Supervisory Board. This means Döss is taking over the position from Herbert Diess, who resigned from the Supervisory Board on August 31, with immediate effect. Peter Mosch will remain Deputy Chairman. Döss will also become a Member and Chairman of the Presiding Committee as well as the Mediation Committee.
  • 05/23/22

    Audi at the World Economic Forum in Davos

    Hello spring, goodbye winter: the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos is happening in May for the first time, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Audi is supplying the summit with a 100 percent electric shuttle fleet for the first time, providing some of the world’s top leaders with a unique experience. And while Audi is providing the cars with mobile charging containers in Davos, it is also investing in expanding charging options in urban areas and plans to help establish a sustainable battery supply chain in the future.

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