Audi charging hub Frankfurt

Full e-power ahead

At Audi, the mobility of the future is electric. But the central question is: How does the brand with the four rings envision sustainable mobility? On the one hand, the vision includes all-electric models that are produced and delivered to customers under net carbon neutral conditions. At the same time, electromobility is only as green as the electricity used to charge it. That’s why the brand with the four rings is investing in charging infrastructure, promoting the expansion of renewable energies, and analyzing the life cycle of its models to identify even more carbon savings potential. The premium brand is keeping all its processes in sight: the sourcing of raw materials, their supply chain, and production itself in addition to the utilization phase and recycling or reuse at the end of a car’s life cycle.

Audi Q6 e-tron quattro
Electric portfolio
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Audi Q4 e-tron
Lifecycle analysis
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Audi RS e-tron GT
More green power for Audi’s European e-tron fleet
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Audi charging hub Frankfurt
Charging technology and infrastructure
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Christian Hartmann Christian Hartmann
Spokesperson model series e-tron GT and Q8 e-tron, Automated Driving, Fuel Cell
Stefan Grillneder Stefan Grillneder
Spokesperson model serie Q6 e-tron, PPE (Premium Platform Electric), Connected Car
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