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Audi wants to halve factory costs

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Audi plans radical conversion.

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Ingolstadt, Düsseldorf The Volkswagen subsidiary Audi wants to halve factory costs in the coming years. “Having production costs in half means halving the hours per vehicle,” said Audi Board Member for Production Gerd Walker in Ingolstadt. In addition, the two large German Audi plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm will primarily produce electric cars from 2026 and 2027. “We need radical steps for that,” Walker said.

The Board of Management left open when Audi intends to achieve the efficiency target and how much the carmaker will actually save. The job security for the German plants that will apply until 2029 will continue to apply. In order to increase efficiency, Audi wants to ramp up production and build three million cars a year in the medium term. In 2021, the company had almost 1.7 million vehicles.

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