Audi will develop flagship electric car Landjet

publish_time: 2020.11.17

    Recently, according to foreign media reports, the German "Business Daily" disclosed that Volkswagen Group will build flagship electric cars for Audi, Porsche and Bentley in Germany.

    According to the report, this car, code-named "Landjet", will open a new production line at the Volkswagen Group's factory in Hanover, Germany.


    This three-row, seven-seater model is currently being developed by Audi and is part of the Audi Artemis project. The Artemis project is expected to accelerate the development of other models on the basis of the current timetable, focusing on new electric and highly autonomous driving technologies with specific model references, and will give birth to an efficient electric vehicle that will be launched in 2024 at the earliest. The latest technology.

    An executive from the Volkswagen Group said: "Landjet can be put into mass production at the Hannover plant very quickly, and the additional investment is smaller than at the Audi plant."

    Landjet is expected to provide 650 kilometers of endurance and is expected to be launched in 2024. Porsche and Bentley versions of Landje will also be launched.

    It is unclear whether the Landjet production version is a sedan, an SUV, or a combination of both. The Volkswagen Group said on Friday that it will produce three all-electric "D-SUV models" for other brands of the group at the Hannover plant.

    However, Bentley executives previously said that the electric car to be launched in 2025 in the future may be an SUV, which has a larger and more spacious space than traditional cars. Considering that Audi already has control of Bentley, perhaps Landjet will be an SUV in the future. The probability of the model is higher.


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