Audi is moving towards the future of its production of fully electric cars in a fast and steady pace.
In a related context, the press release issued by the company stated that the German manufacturer opened the production line on Tuesday 24 July in the city of Gyورr in northern Hungary. The brand has specialized in its branch in Hungary for that alone, because of its contribution to its global growth and leadership over the past 25 years.
In the footsteps of the world's auto industry, such as Tesla, BMW, Renault and others, this step came from Audi, marking the beginning of a new era with electric cars
Audi has stated that at the present time, 100 fully trained employees and workers are working in its new division to produce 400 electric motors per day, with daily production gradually increasing with more than 130 employees increasing by the end of this year.
As for the engines that are being produced, Audi is working to use the largest amount of tightly compacted copper wires to increase the energy delivery efficiency and thus its performance. The engines will contain a separate electronic control unit, gears and axles that connect them to the wheels, and there will be two different systems for each axle; front and back to represent the next generation of the Quattro four-wheel drive system from Audi.
In addition to the production line, Audi Hungary has dedicated three platforms to test the load and carry the load.
It is reported that Audi Hungary produced 1,965,165 engines last year, with an average of 9,000 engines per day, diversified between six gasoline engines and three diesel, with capacities starting from 86 hp to 639 hp, making it one of the largest engines producing companies in the world.