Audi Fully Electric Vehicles Accounted for Bigger Portion of 2022 Sales

Audi Fully Electric Vehicles Accounted for Bigger Portion of 2022 Sales

The recent boom in electric vehicles (EVs) has been mirrored in Audi’s 2022 sales figures, with a substantial portion of the brand’s total sales coming from EVs.

Audi, the luxury marque of Volkswagen, saw a marked jump in the number of fully electric vehicles (EVs) sold in 2022, accounting for a much larger proportion of total sales than the previous year.

The sales of EVs have been surging in the past few years, due in part to technological advancements in battery technology and an increased focus on reducing emissions from transportation. Audi’s sales figures reflect this trend, with their sales of EVs in 2022 representing a significant jump over 2021.

Audi’s total sales figures in 2022 show that EVs accounted for 18.6% of the brand’s total sales, up from 7.3% in 2021. This equates to a 155% increase in total sales of EVs, a figure that Audi is keen to highlight as evidence of their commitment to sustainability.

The brand has also unveiled plans to expand their electric lineup, with several new models set to be released in the coming months. The move follows the success of their existing lineup, which includes the e-tron, a popular all-electric luxury SUV, and the A3 e-tron, a plug-in hybrid.

These new models will build on Audi’s existing electric portfolio and will likely contribute to an even larger portion of total sales in the near future.

The sales figures of Audi’s EVs are just one example of the growing trend of electric vehicles. As more and more automakers embrace the technology, EVs are set to become a major part of the automotive landscape in the years to come.