Head of audi Markus Duesmann told the German edition of Automobilwoche, that the company with internal combustion engines announced that it stopped all related work. This is engineers’ continuing development of existing engines. to modernization Despite continuing, the new generation gasoline and diesel engines it means they won’t improve.
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German CEO of the brand, Markus Düsmann, development that it is no longer possible and existing engines are finally being phased out without lifting He said it would be better to adapt it to future standards. This is iconic in Audi TDI, TFSI and two iconic Audi models, where the production of engines that are their successors is not expected, R8 and TTis about to be completed. to mean is coming.
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This makes Audi one of its biggest competitors. Mercedes it puts the brand on the way it plans to follow. Last week, board member responsible for the development of Mercedes Markus Schäferthe company’s now internal combustion engines won’t improve told. In an interview with Handelsblatt, Schaefer said, “This means that most of the investment can now go to electric vehicles.” said.