Audi will stop production of Diesel, Petrol Cars by 2033 and shift to All-Electric Models from 2026


German luxury car maker brand Audi on Tuesday announced that the company will stop manufacturing diesel and petrol cars by 2033. Actually, now the company is shifting its focus towards eco-friendly electric cars. In this regard, the CEO of Audi issued a statement saying that “Audi is well prepared to take its clear and powerful step into the electric era.” Let us tell you, the company plans to launch only new-electric car models from the beginning of the year 2026.

Significantly, carmakers everywhere are concerned about climate change, due to which they are now turning their attention to battery-powered vehicles.

Duesmann said that Audi is launching more electric models this year than the diesel or petrol models. By the year 2025, Audi aims to have more than 20 e-models in this line-up name.

Duesmann also said that even though the company is focusing on electric vehicles, the company will continue to work on improving its internal combustion engine till the end. Audi’s last internal combustion engine will be the best ever produced by the company.

Audi’s parent company Volkswagen announced at the beginning of the year that it would spend EUR 46 billion (about Rs 4,08,120 crore) over the next five years to rule the global electric car market.


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