Audi confirms Q6 e-tron electric SUV to be ready for next year
Audi will be an all-electric car brand by 2026, as it confirmed last year, but to do so it must accelerate the transformation of its current models to all-electric models.
In recent months we have seen the company with the rings launch exciting electric cars, but arguably the best is yet to come.
One of the most eagerly awaited models is the electric Audi Q6, the so-called Audi Q6 e-tron, whichthe brand has confirmed will be launched in 2023, i.e. next year.
The Audi Q6 is an SUV with great acceptance in the market today and is also expected to play a major role in the electric future.
Likewise, the Audi A4 and Audi A5 are in high demand within Audi, so it seems obvious that they will be the next models to be converted to a 100% electric model. We may not see it in 2023, but we should have at least one of these two models on the market by 2024 if the company really doesn’t want to be left behind.
Brands and companies are in a sprint, a sprint where the fastest and best electric solutions are likely to take a big slice of the (sales) pie, but at the same time the slowest and most reluctant to change could suffer a lot, even disappearing because in this electric era new brands and models are also emerging.
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