Not so fast.
In the recent news/craze of BMW’s i3, the all-electric vehicle, Audi plans to do the same in the near future. So what’s the current holdup, you ask? Apparently, it’s improved battery technology.
While Audi has had
Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG, Rupert Stadler, told the Wall Street Journal that once battery technology is improved, Audi aims to center more on electric-only vehicles.
“As soon as new batteries enable farther distances at reasonable cost and weight, then in that second phase of electric vehicles we will also have pure electric cars on offer,” said Stadler.
But, if you just can't wait until Audi’s all-electric vehicle (because who knows how long that will be) and want a hybrid model in the meantime, the A3 e-tron goes on sale in early 2014.
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