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They want an electric built at main plant in Germany.

BERLIN (Reuters) - Labor leaders at Volkswagen's luxury Audi brand have asked top management to assign production of an all-electric model to the carmaker's main plant in Germany, concerned they might lose out as electric cars gain in importance. Audi will next year start building its first mass-produced electric model, the e-tron quattro sport-utility vehicle, at a plant in Brussels, together with batteries that will also be used in other VW group EVs. Audi, Volkswagen's main profit contribut

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Since January, Audi engineers and students from the renowned Tongji University Shanghai have collaborated on various technical projects related to electromobility. For the students, the projects were often part of their required coursework as they seek to obtain various Master's and Doctorate degrees in related fields. Now, some ten months after collaborative work began, Audi has formally announced its partnership with Tongji University.

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Audi surprised the motoring press with its first R8-based e-tron concept back at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show and has since shown off a repainted, slightly modified version in LA and finally a third take on the electric sportscar concept earlier this year in Detroit. We don't expect the German automaker to slow down its march to putting high-powered electric vehicles on the road any time soon, as evidenced by these spy shots of a heavily disguised e-tron roaming the streets in Germany.

Audi surprised the motoring press with its first R8-based e-tron concept back at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show and has since shown off a repainted, slightly modified version in LA and finally a third take on the electric sportscar concept earlier this year in Detroit. We even recently got a chance to sit in the passenger seat for a minute the other day. We don't expect the German automaker to slow down its march to putting high-powered electric vehicles on the road any time soon, as evidenced

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Audi E-tron Detroit Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

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