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Audi AG (Pink: AUDVF) announced a partnership Tuesday with Chinese automotive manufacturer FAW.The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a company for the production of all-electric Audi models for the Chinese market. Several all-electric Audi models will be produced for the Chinese market on a new Premium Platform Electric platform beginning in 2024, the companies said. China is a key electric vehicle market -- the world's largest. The Chinese government has incentives for citizens to go electric, and General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) recently posted its first quarterly sales growth in China. Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) has also been increasing sales in China following the completion of its Gigafactory Shanghai, the automaker's first car production factory outside of the U.S. Audi already plans to produce the all-electric Q2L e-tron and the plug-in hybrid A6L TFSIe.The previously imported Audi e-tron has been produced in Changchun since the end of September.In the future, Audi said it will further localize fully electric e-tron models in China. By 2025, Audi plans to generate approximately one-third of its unit sales in China with electrified cars.Photo courtesy of Audi. See more from Benzinga * Options Trades For This Crazy Market: Get Benzinga Options to Follow High-Conviction Trade Ideas * Germany Looks All-In On Tesla After Musk Visits Gigafactory Berlin(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
German premium automaker Audi AG <NSUG.DE> said on Tuesday it had signed a memorandum of understanding with China's state-owned FAW Group to launch a venture to make premium electric vehicles (EVs). Audi has a long partnership with FAW, which is based in the city of Changchun in the northeast of China, the world's biggest car market. Audi said it would produce models based on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE), a base developed with Porsche.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk warned on Tuesday about the difficulties of speeding up production as an expert cautioned the carmaker's increased reliance on large-scale aluminium parts could bring new manufacturing challenges. While carmakers such as Mercedes-Benz have said automation has limitations, Musk has pressed on with plans to create a hyper-automated factory, which he refers to as the "alien dreadnought", or "the machine that builds the machine". Musk's warning comes ahead of a "battery day" later on Tuesday, when Tesla is expected to unveil steps to boost battery production.