Audi has chosen to move the improvement of its leader EV, Project Artemis, in-house. Its specialized chief, Oliver Hoffmann, will take over from current venture boss Alex Hitzinger.
Audi has been fostering a leader EV under the Project Artemis program, and the advancement of this vehicle has now been moved in-house. Artemis was at first set up as an independent business and the activity was going by project boss Alex Hitzinger. Hitzinger recently dealt with Apple’s vehicle project and ran Porsche’s Le Mans-winning LMP1 sportscar program.
The task will currently be taken over by Audi’s specialized boss Oliver Hoffmann, who expects to convey the vehicle by its 2025 cutoff time. The product improvement side of things will be dealt with via Cariad, the Volkswagen Group’s product arm (recently known as Car.Software).
The actual vehicle will be founded on the new SSP stage (a combination of the current MEB and PPE models), which is expected in 2024. It is relied upon to be known as the A9 E-tron, and will be the principal vehicle to carry out the SSP stage. It will likewise make a big appearance another form of the VW.OS working framework programming. The full-size car will match the Mercedes-Benz EQS.
This work force reshuffle comes after late reports that Audi and Volkswagen Group supervisors had been worried about the advancement of the Artemis project. In February, German distribution Manager Magazin said there were stresses that the undertaking was seeking after such a large number of thoughts that weren’t appropriate for large scale manufacturing.