Strange as it may seem from the CEO of a company now embarking the electric car bandwagon, Audi's boss Rupert Stadler still seems apathetic at best about EVs. Of course, the aim of any big business is to grow and make money, so perhaps Rupert is thinking of the lack of short-term financial gains to be had from commercializing EVs, but it still seems like an odd stance to take when you're busy showing off your stunning e-tron concepts to the world. "We are still in the early phase with the electric vehicle, in terms of commercialization and whether the cars will be sold or leased, or will just...
Audi's Drapes Are Off: e-tron Spyder Is Plug-in Diesel Electric Hybrid
Rumors are strange things. Sometimes we hear rumors which, days later, are confirmed. Then there are the rumors which carry some credence, but omit some vital fact or other. Take Audi’s latest concept, the e-tron Spyder. Unveiled today at the Paris Motor Show it bears uncanny resemblance to...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield