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Audi launches Project Artemis to Produce Electric Car by 2024

The German premium and luxury car maker is deliberating over adopting advanced and enhanced technologies for electric and automated cars with a specific model reference, under the project Artemis. The recently inducted Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Audi AG, Markus Duesmann, kicked off the project Artemis.

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Audi eyes at Electric Cars

The future of automobile fuel is, undoubtedly, electricity which is considered environment friendly as well as cost effective. Almost all the automobile makers are switching to electric powered vehicles over the petrol and diesel powered ones. One of the premium car makers, Audi, is one of those automobiles which has launched the project ‘Artemis’ eyeing at plying electric powered cars by 2024.

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The German premium and luxury car maker is deliberating over adopting advanced and enhanced technologies for electric and automated cars with a specific model reference, under the project Artemis. The recently inducted Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Audi AG, Markus Duesmann, kicked off the project Artemis.

The CEO cleared that the plan under Artemis is to produce 75 planned electric models by 2029. Markus stated that the company has the challenge to explore new markets while managing the existing projects. “With 75 planned electric models by 2029, the current electric initiative at the Volkswagen Group naturally ties up all our capacities. The obvious question was how we could implement additional high tech benchmarks without jeopardising the manageability of existing projects, and at the same time utilize new opportunities in the markets,” stated Markus while unveiling the project Artemis.

The German car maker has also revealed that, under this project, more freedom will be provided to the team working on project Artemis.

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