Audi India plans to add more electric vehicles to its product portfolio in the coming years
Audi India might be late to the electric vehicle game in the luxury car space, though it was one of the first carmakers to showcase its EV – the e-tron – in the country. However, it’s showing some big commitment towards bring in more electric cars to the country and having seen the success of the e-tron, it will follow this up by launching more EVs in the country. Audi India already has an all-petrol car portfolio in the country and with the EV offense, it will move to greener pastures. In fact, at the launch of the company’s latest electric car in the country – the e-tron GT – the company announced that by 2025, it is looking at EVs to contribute to 15 per cent of overall sales for the carmaker in the country, which goes to show how committed Audi is to this transition.
The company launched the e-tron in the country and has now followed it up with the e-tron GT today in the country. Of course, it is looking to expand this portfolio and the fact that it expects sales from EVs to hit 15 per cent by 2025, shows Audi’s long-term commitment to this segment.
The company already has the SUV and sportback SUV in the form of the e-tron and now it brings in the e-tron GT and the RS e-tron GT to the country. A lot of options already for those wanting to buy a luxury electric vehicle in the country and in the coming years, we will see more coming to the Indian market. Knowing that SUVs, have been doing well in the country we would not be surprised to see the Q4 e-tron too in the line-up.