Audi Mexico reassured their commitment with the environment through their “Go Electric” program, which seeks to bolster the manufacturing of fully Electric premium vehicles.
Audi Mexico goal is to add to sustainable mobility to reduce polluting emissions, therefore reducing global warming.
Audi Mexico’s CEO highlighted that premium market in the country has allowed them to lead the transition towards electromobility with their pluggable Audi Q5.
“We manufacture this vehicle with full awareness of the environmental impact,” he explained on a statement.
The Q5 manufacturing has prepared Audi to develop more fully electric units and they consider it to be the future of premium electromobility.
It’s worth mentioning that the plant in San Jose Chiapas commits itself to a green agenda, in line with the Paris Agreement.
Either way, Audi follows their global Mission: ZERO initiative, which seeks to achieve decarbonization, efficient resource management such as water, and biodiversity. This focus has allowed them to reduce up to 80% greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) on Energy Production Uptake.
Audi Mexico has leapt towards developing these vehicles taking in account that, according to data from the UN, 67% of GHGs are associated with user’s lifestyles.
Therefore, it’s important to move towards more sustainable ways of life. That will reduce between 40% – 70% of polluting emissions by 2050.