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Audi sustainability

Every contribution counts.

Doing business sustainably is one of the great challenges of our age. Every contribution counts in setting things straight and creating the crucial change. We at Audi want to offer our customers the best form of sustainable mobility and, in addition, to act consistently in a sustainable way in all areas of the business.

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    How Audi is conserving resources

    Audi is already reducing CO2 emissions at the start of the value chain and is pursuing this path together with its suppliers. There is great potential here, especially with steel, aluminium and batteries.

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    How Audi is driving forward carbon-neutral production

    By 2025 all Audi plants should be completely carbon neutral. That is already the case at our Brussels plant. Other measures, such as the treatment of process water and the recycling of waste, are gradually helping all Audi’s plants to work in a more environmentally friendly way.

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    How Audi is working towards a more sustainable future with electric mobility

    Audi have set ourselves the goal of offering 30 electrified vehicles by 2025, 20 of which are purely electric cars that do not produce any CO₂ emissions locally in electric mode.

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What Audi is bringing to the road

In the next few years Audi will extend the programme of e-models in the premium car segment. As well as all-electric models, plug-in-hybrid vehicles are being manufactured. Audi successfully laid the foundation for all-electric models in 2019 with the e-tron. The company unveiled the second model in its e-tron series, the new Audi e-tron Sportback.

Our e-tron models

Model overview