German automaker set to cut CO2 emissions by 30 percent by 2025.
Audi and the Volkswagen Group have set the goal of successively reducing vehicle-specific CO2 emissions by 30 percent by 2025 – compared with reference year 2015 and over the entire product lifecycle.
In the long term, Audi is pursuing the vision of CO2-neutral mobility and aims to be climate-neutral throughout the company by 2050.
Audi is focusing on the electric car as the solution, with the Audi e-tron leading the way. The company plans to offer 30 electrified models by 2025, 20 of which will be purely electric.
“We are committed to the Paris climate targets and will make our contribution to limiting the global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees,” said Audi CEO Bram Schot. “We want to become a leading CO2-neutral premium supplier. This clearly includes responsibility for our products throughout their lifecycles.”