Driving towards a sustainable future | Audi Canada
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e-tron Sustainability

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A bold vision for the future.

Our path towards a sustainable future will never stop until we are completely carbon-neutral. Our commitment to electrification is robust and comprehensive and will completely change the way we engineer our models and how you drive them. The only thing that will not change is the exhilarating drive you enjoy every time you step into an Audi.

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Audi e-tron driving through the woods.

Our commitments.

Our goals for 2025 are the next checkpoints in a long journey towards a truly sustainable lineup and organization.*

Audi e-tron lineup in front of a sunrise.

1 in 3

new Audi models will be electrified by 2025.

A factory vehicle powered by e-tron technology.

30%

reduction in our carbon footprint by 2025.

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Carbon-neutral production facilities

By 2025, all our production facilities across the globe will be certified carbon-neutral.

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These commitments are part of Audi AG’s global sustainability plan and are subject to change.

Sustainability comes in many forms.

When it comes to our lineup, sustainability is not just switching from traditional to alternative power sources, feature by feature we are making changes that will help make Audi ownership more sustainable.

Learn more about sustainable features

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Making the impossible, possible.

The transition to electric mobility offers many benefits for our drivers and planet. But, we’re not stopping there. Our plan is to introduce new innovative technology that allows us to truly transition to sustainable driving.

An Audi driver and Service Technician discussing the charging capabilities of the Audi e-tron lineup.

Developing a clean battery.

In order to truly transition our planet towards sustainable mobility we need to solve the great green dilemma: how can we make batteries that are genuinely clean.

View of the Audi e-tron plugged into the Audi Charging System Compact.

Bi-directional charging technology.

The idea is as simple as it is genius: the high-voltage battery of the electric car not only is charged via the wall box at home but can also supply energy back to the house as a decentralized storage medium. This would increase network stability, lower electricity costs, and contribute to climate protection.

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Aluminum closed loop diagram.

Envisioning 2050.

It is our goal to not only achieve carbon neutrality in our production facilities, but to extend this ambition across our entire supply chain and vehicle lineup as well. Our objective is to reach a completely carbon-neutral balance by 2050. This is a global effort that will push our entire organization to commit to a responsible use of resources, progressive vehicle design, and eliminate or offset CO₂ emissions in production and delivery.

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Audi e-tron accelerating through the woods demonstration.

The future looks exciting.

Explore the possibilities that come with electric driving and how you can experience the future, today.

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Estimated charging times are provided as a reference only. Actual charging times will vary based on battery state of charge, driving behavior, battery condition, current, resistance, and ambient temperature, available voltage, and charging frequency.
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2 years of complimentary 30-minute charging sessions provided on the Electrify Canada network, commencing as of the date of purchase / lease of the e-tron. For more details, visit: https://www.electrify-canada.ca/etron/