[Staff, 2022-12-29 16:01:00,
It’s never been a better time to buy an electric vehicle, nor has it been a better time for all manufacturers to focus on change, redirecting themselves toward a more sustainable future. Audi‘s announcement of its 360factory and plans to only launch all-electric vehicles starting in 2026, completely phasing out production and manufacturing of combustion cars by 2033, could not have come at a better time.
Whether you like it or not, the day is coming when every new vehicle will be battery-powered only. People have all had their skepticism, thinking that electric vehicles will not perform as well as a car with a combustion engine does. Meanwhile, electric cars are out there, breaking world records for speed and performance. Audi’s new 360factory and electric vehicle production is a welcome change.
Audi Will Eventually Make Electric Cars Only In The Future
Under the name ‘360factory,’ Audi announced their 2026 plan for their future electric vehicle manufacturing strategy. By the end of this decade, all production locations globally will be producing only battery-powered variants. Ultimately, by 2033, all combustion models will be totally gone, and production costs will end up being half of what they used to be.
As of now, Audi now produces completely electric vehicles at two facilities: Böllinger Höfe factory in Germany, and the facility in Brussels, Belgium. The new Audi Q8 E-Tron is built in Brussels, while the E-tron GT is built in…
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