Audi e-tron Sportback set for U.S.May 8
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Audi aims to make EVs a 'must have'March 15
Audi plans electric car push to put heat on TeslaJuly 19, 2016
Audi will aim for electric cars to account for a quarter of its sales by 2025 as part of a strategic overhaul following the emissions scandal at parent VW Group, company sources said, in a move that could step up the challenge to Tesla.
Audi plans to make electric version of Q5 in Mexico, report saysJune 16, 2016
Audi seeks charging network alliesNov. 23, 2015
Audi AG, which plans to launch an all-electric crossover with a 300-mile range in 2018, has initiated talks with U.S. and German automakers about a shared network of 150-kilowatt fast chargers to rival the Superchargers that Tesla Motors Inc. has built for its Model S and Model X.
Audi's A3 e-tron to pave way for electrified vehicle pushNov. 1, 2015
2016 Audi A3 Sportback e-tronNov. 2, 2015
Audi readies 2 EVs for U.S. starting in 2018Sept. 21, 2015
A production version of Audi's e-tron quattro concept for a crossover electric vehicle shown in Frankfurt will go on sale in the U.S. in 2018, and another battery-electric vehicle will come after that, the automaker's top U.S. executive said.
Audi plans EV crossover to fight Tesla Model XAug. 24, 2015
The e-tron quattro concept that Audi plans to unveil next month at the Frankfurt auto show will preview the brand's upcoming Tesla Model X-fighter. A teaser photo and some details of the electric four-seat crossover, likely to be called the Q6, were released last week. Production will start in 2018.
Audi plans all-electric SUV to fight Tesla Model XAug. 19, 2015
Audi issued a teaser picture and some details of an all-electric SUV that it will launch to rival the upcoming Tesla Model X. The SUV will have a range of more than 310 miles and will go into production in 2018 as the brand's first volume electric car, Audi said.
Audi prepares electric SUV to fight Tesla but bets on plug-in hybridsApril 24, 2015
Audi is set to launch a full-electric SUV with a 310-mile range that will challenge Tesla's Model X crossover, but CEO Rupert Stadler remains cautious about EVs. Plug-in hybrids will be the preferred choice for customers looking for a vehicle with some form of electrification for the next 10 to 15 years, he said.