Inside Audi | Sustainability, Audi e-tron® | Audi USA
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The future demands bold action.

Now is not a time to sit back. Now is a time to act. Audi is pushing towards a more sustainable future with improved manufacturing processes and vehicle material choices that reduce environmental impact. Transportation is the number one source of climate pollution in the United States, and to realize the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, our industry must evolve. Audi’s focus begins with our Audi e-tron® and hybrid lineups. We are committed to looking across all that we do for more sustainable approaches. Follow our journey towards a more sustainable future in the articles below.

Sustainability is not just a goal. It’s a mindset.
Our goals:


reduction in Audi of America's net carbon footprint by 2025, compared to 2019.

Net carbon-neutral production

All of our production facilities around the globe are planned to be certified net carbon-neutral by 2025.


of the U.S. model lineup is planned to be full battery electric or plug-in hybrid by 2025.



The Audi City Guides.

Our commitment to sustainability includes finding like-minded voices and partners in our communities. Audi City Guides offer a deeper look into the initiatives of local curators and eco-entrepreneurs in specific cities across the US.
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Reducing our footprint.

What’s the key to becoming future-proof? Decarbonization. Discover how Audi is shrinking its corporate carbon footprint as it works towards achieving carbon-neutral mobility and operations, and creating more environmentally friendly vehicles.
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Leading the way.

Audi was the first car manufacturer to be awarded the Chain of Custody certificate of the Aluminum Stewardship Initiative (ASI), establishing itself as a leader in a more sustainable use of aluminum. From helping develop new ASI standards to helping to improve existing ones, discover how Audi consistently strives to help build a more sustainable future.
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