Audi More Than Fulfilled the CO2 Fleet Targets for Europe in 2020

source: Audi AG

  • Average CO2 emissions of new models are 101.5 g/km in Europe, more than two million grams below the legally required level – an improvement of around 20 percent compared to the previous year
  • The company made an important contribution to the results of the Volkswagen Group
  • Audi e-tron series and plug-in hybrids have a positive effect on the fleet figures
  • Board Member for Sales and Marketing Hildegard Wortmann: “In 2021 we are extending our range of electrified models by two new segments”

Audi has more than fulfilled its CO2 fleet target for Europe in 2020 on the basis of preliminary figures. With a calculated average of 101.5 g/km, the company lay well below the legally required value of 105.6 g/km. This result corresponds to an improvement of around 20 percent compared to the average of the previous year. In this way, the brand within the Volkswagen Group made a positive contribution to the total fleet result.