Audi AG Participates In The Auto Shanghai 2021 With Its Two Partners


As a strategic move, Audi intensifies to set another new course in China. An unmistakable spotlight on electro versatility, another creation site for electric vehicles in Changchun, and a second association with the SAIC Motor Corporation – these are the columns for carrying out Audi’s future China system.

“We are effectively pushing ahead with the change to feasible portability in China. With our new plans we have made the ideal establishment for this, and are setting another essential course for Audi’s business in China,” says Markus Duesmann, CEO of AUDI AG.

Toward the finish of 2020, the organization reported the establishment of the Audi FAW NEV Co. In collaboration with its long-standing joint-adventure accomplice FAW, Audi is right now fabricating a totally new auto plant exceptionally for the group of people yet to come of electric-controlled models based on the new PPE innovation stage. The first range of vehicles that shall be available for the Chinese market is scheduled from 2024 onwards in Changchun.

Audi is further growing its quality in China during a time organization. Collaboration with the SAIC Motor Corporation starts this year with creation in the Shanghai Volkswagen plant in Anting/Shanghai.

Werner Eichhorn, President of Audi China, accentuated at the question and answer session that “In collaboration with our accomplice of numerous years, FAW, we have effectively developed our business in China for thirty years. Along with FAW and our second accomplice in collaboration, SAIC, we are presently entering another period of development. These are associations with which we will proceed with our fruitful course in Audi’s greatest market.”

With four world debuts at Auto Shanghai, Audi is giving an attitude toward explicit advancements for what’s to come:

The show vehicle named Audi A6 e-Tron idea shows interestingly what a vehicle dependent on the PPE stage, held solely for e-autos, could resemble. a 4.96-meter-long sport-back, however rich as it very well might be dynamic, with a 100 kWh battery that will guarantee scope of in excess of 700 kilometers (as per the WLTP standard). Europe and China shall be the manufacturing hub for the future series varients. Resulting in projected sales around the globe.

The 800-volt innovation onboard empowers very quick charging. It requires close to 10 minutes to re-energize sufficient energy for 300 km.
With the new Audi Q5L introduced in Shanghai, the brand is finishing the upgrade of this item arrangement, presently in an adaptation with a long wheelbase. The effective SUV will keep on being fabricated in the Changchun plant in the FAW-VW joint endeavor.

On its home turf in Shanghai, the accomplice SAIC Audi is presenting two debutants – one with electric force, the other with an amazing interior burning motor in the engine. The totally updated Audi A7L limousine, which will go into creation throughout 2021, is showing up in its series look.

Made in Shanghai and saved for the Chinese market. The Audi A7L consolidates the lively DNA of the A7 Sport-back with the esteemed polish of a huge limousine. Imaginative advances like versatile air suspension, back tire guiding, and the lasting Quattro four-wheel drive are among the highlights of the Audi A7L.

SAIC Audi showed the second debutant in the new program, an SUV study named Audi idea Shanghai. The series made an adaptation of the all-electric, 4.87-meter-long vehicle is to be revealed in the second half of 2021.

In 1988 Audi was the principal premium producer to begin nearby creation in China, in the FAW-Volkswagen joint endeavor. Since then, around 7 million vehicles have been conveyed in China.

Audi’s creation in the FAW-VW joint endeavor happens at four destinations in China in Changchun, Foshan, Tianjin, and Qingdao. In 2020 an aggregate of 727,358 vehicles was sold in the People’s Republic, an increment year-on-year of 5.4 percent. In the principal quarter of 2021 Audi provided 207,386 vehicles to clients in China.

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