Audi has confirmed that all models it will launch starting 2026 will be electric vehicles, Report informs referring to Motor1.

Production of combustion-engined cars will come to an end in 2033, but with one exception. Audi expects demand in China for internal combustion engine (ICE) cars to continue beyond 2033, and there is a possibility that it will locally produce gasoline engines after that date. In the long run, Audi expects to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.

The luxury brand has already hinted the A1 supermini will not get a direct replacement since VW Group has the more popular Polo, Ibiza, and Fabia competing in the subcompact hatchback segment.

According to the latest report, Audi’s boss announced last week during a meeting with top-tier managers the next-gen A3, A4, A5, and A6 will all switch to EV power for the next generation.

The existing combustion-engined models will stick around for a while.

Arriving in 2026, the company’s largest SUV will be complemented by a fully electric Q8 E-Tron before the gas model will be discontinued around 2032.