Audi to Cut Down Powertrains by 40%

Audi to Cut Down Powertrains by 40%

0 comments 📅24 March 2017, 03:30

In its stalk to become a leader in electric mobility, Audi will cut down on traditional combustion engines, CEO Rupert Stadler said recently.

“In the crave run we will reduce up to 40% of the current drive versions,” said Stadler. “We carry off complexity off the system and will hereby free up resources for the electric drive systems of the expected.”

Defending the move, Stadler said that certain engines can be dropped without much expenditure to the Audi lineup.

“I’m absolutely convinced that new things can only arrive if we dash a few things overboard,” he said. “Two-door derivatives for instance that aren’t selling in lofty volumes anymore? Okay, we can take these models out without losing a lot.”

Stadler continued, adding that the crowd’s variety of four-cylinder engines could also be pared down.

“Do we have occasion for so many four-cylinder engines with various powers? Do we need a enchiridion and automatic version? That is the ultimate objective,” said Stadler.

Although some may deem the loss dearly, the move is anything but shocking for Audi, which has been headed road to electrification for some time now. Furthermore, Audi’s parent group, Volkswagen, has stated that it would like its stimulating vehicles to effectively replace its diesel vehicles by 2025.

Audi has stated that it thinks be debuting three new all-electric models in the next three years—two SUVs and a terse car, based on VW’s MEB platform.


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