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Audi, Mercedes and Jaguar are all launching production vehicles that will create some real competition for Tesla, and we are going to learn a few things as these new entries arrive.
With its reservation model, Audi aims to ensure that its e-tron electric vehicle is profitable for both dealers and the factory.
Bentley plans to have electrified variants of each model by 2025, starting with the Bentayga Hybrid in 2019.
Lamborghini's product portfolio saw a seismic shift in 2018 with the addition of the long-awaited SUV, the Urus.
The e-tron, arriving mid-2019, is Audi's first full-electric vehicle. It will feature awd and a 95-kWh battery, capable of achieving 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds.
Mercedes-Benz resurrected Maybach a while back. Now sources say Audi will do the same with Horch.
Volkswagen rejected a report suggesting it had decided against doing business in Iran after coming under pressure from Donald Trump's ambassador to Germany, saying its position had not changed.
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The EU has opened a formal investigation into whether BMW, Daimler and VW Group colluded to avoid competition in the development of emissions technology, including allegedly limiting the rollout of systems to reduce NOx and particulate pollution.
When it arrives in U.S. dealerships in the second quarter of next year, the 2019 Audi e-tron will boast a 95-kilowatt-hour battery, full-time all-wheel drive and a host of interconnected goodies.
Volkswagon Group CEO Herbert Diess anticipates challenges of launching 80 new electric vehicles across its brands by 2025.
Volkswagen plans to build 10 million electric cars based on its new modular MEB platform as it targets the launch of worldwide mass production toward the end of 2022.
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