Audi and FAW jointly produce the all-electric Q2L e-tron and the A6L TFSIe plug-in hybrid already in China. In addition, the previously imported Audi e-tron has been produced in Changchun since the end of September.
Audi has delivered 512,081 vehicles to customers in China
Audi is expanding its presence in China and for this, it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with FAW which defines the framework for the joint production of electric vehicles based on the PPE platform. The MoU was signed at the Germany-China Auto Conference, which is currently being held in Changchun, northern China.
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In the future, Audi will also bring the Premium Platform Electric (PPE), which was jointly developed with Porsche, to China. Several fully electric Audi models will be produced for the Chinese market on the new EPI platform from 2024.
Audi and FAW jointly produce the all-electric Q2L e-tron and the A6L TFSIe plug-in hybrid already in China. In addition, the previously imported Audi e-tron has been produced in Changchun since the end of September. In the coming years, Audi will offer or locate other fully electric models of the e-tron family in China. By 2025, Audi plans to generate about a third of its unit sales in China from electrified cars.
From January to September 2020, Audi delivered 512,081 vehicles to customers in China, 4.5% more than in the same period of the previous year. Despite production interruptions due to the coronavirus, the brand thus obtained the best result in its 30-year history in China.
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Audi is already producing at four sites in China as part of the FAW-VW joint venture: in Changchun, Foshan, Tianjin and Qingdao, with a total capacity of around 700,000 vehicles.
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