Audi Celebrates America's Return To Paris Climate Agreement

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Yes, it's good news.

2021 has gotten off to a shaky start, but news that the US will be returning to the Paris Climate Agreement has lifted the spirits of many. As car brands start to move towards a cleaner future, the news comes as a positive reminder of the importance of the transition to cleaner energy sources and transport. Audi has recently taken to social media to celebrate the news by posting a picture of the all-new e-tron GT with the caption "Here's to the art of moving forward. The all-new e-tron GT, inspired by the Paris Climate Agreement, and setting the standard for all that is to come."

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Audi was one of the first manufacturers to acknowledge and praise the move, and has publicly aligned itself with what could be seen by some as a political move. In a recent interview Tara Rush, Audi of America CMO, told reporters that the company is aligning itself with the climate agreement:

"This includes our goals of achieving net carbon neutrality by 2050 and expanding our electric vehicle portfolio here in the US to 30% percent by 2025. All of us at Audi are committed to creating a thrilling new era for electric mobility."

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The company also made a bold statement on its social media platforms earlier, celebrating the move by President Biden: "We're celebrating that the United States is once again cementing its commitment in the fight against climate change."

Other manufacturers such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz have all passed science-based emission targets, while brands such as Ford and Honda have come to a voluntary agreement with the state of California to drastically reduce emissions by 2026. All these moves come as EVs start to outsell gas-powered cars in some parts of the world. Audi is making a major push to increase its footprint in the EV market and has recently revealed a bold new plan for EV dominance in China.

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