Audi’s giving the internal combustion engine 12 years of extra life, but after that is all-electric
Audi will stop launching cars with internal combustion engines (ICE) from 2026 as it pursues an all-electric future.
While Audi said it’s last ICE car won’t roll off the production line until 2033, it’ll surge forward with electric vehicles in five years time. So expect to see a lot more e-tron cars, like the Audi Q4 e-tron, from the German automotive giant.
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