Audi, the German based carmaker has announced that the company plans to launch all-new three electric vehicles in the global market by the end of 2020, according to the report from car and bike news. Globally, most of the manufacturers are working on the electric vehicles as the future of the automobile is totally depends on the electric cars. Some of the luxury carmakers have already set up their new strategies for electrical vehicles. Based on the reports, the BMW has the limited number of i8 plug-in hybrid system and the I3. Similarly, Mercedes-Benz is planning to introduce the four new electric vehicles, two SUVs and two sedans, by the end of this decade.
Currently, Audi is thinking to introduce at least three electric cars by putting a different strategy, but some of the reports recommended that Audi has already a new strategic plan. Besides, Rupert Stadler, CEO of Audi, confirmed that the electrical vehicles will commit for around 25 to 30 percent of Audi’s total sales by the end of 2025.
Moreover, the carmaker plans to set up a new subsidiary to work on self-driving vehicles and invest in autonomous driving technologies and digital services, according to Stadler. Along with the electric cars, the company will concentrate on developing the autonomous cars (robot cars) for the urban customers.
We expected that Audi will simplify the introduction of regular cars as to concentrate on electric platforms in the global market. Audi is good at the fuel car’s technology and now, the company will look for the best road map to introduce the electric cars globally, according to Audi. With the latest strategies, the upcoming electric vehicles will get a positive acceptance like the Audi R8 e-tron, which is the company’s electric car showcased at the 2015 Geneva motor show.