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Expanding electrification, autonomous vehicles and commercial sector highlight Montreal debate. While federal party leader debates are in the headlines, local candidates from across Quebec gathered last week in Montreal for an election debate on mobility
Audi is on a power surge that will see 30 new electrified rides launched by 2025. Ten will be plug-in hybrids like the upcoming Q5, A7 and A8 vehicles.
The other 20 new products will be pure electric. This side of the future portfolio is based on four new platforms that will underpin everything from the outrageous e-tron GT to future SUVs like the Q4 e-tron, as well as new sedans, coupes and wagons.
The first of the core platforms already sits beneath the Audi e-tron. The modular longitudinal platform or “MLB evo” will also sit under the e-tron Sportback that’s set to be shown at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show in November. The 95-kilowatt/hour lithium-ion battery gives the current e-tron a range of 400 kilometers.
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