After months of showing us a camouflage production prototype of the e-tron quattro, Audi was finally going to reveal the official production version of the electric SUV in August.
Now the German automaker has reportedly postponed the launch of the vehicle amidst the arrest of its CEO.
If you haven’t been following the Dieselgate scandal lately, it has started to heat up from a legal standpoint after Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested earlier this month.
Following the events, Audi has decided to cancel its Summit, which was the set of the launch of the production e-tron quattro.
The Financial Times reported:
“Audi, Volkswagen’s most profitable unit, said late on Monday that the Audi Summit, set for August 30 in Brussels where the e-tron will be built, has been cancelled. Instead, the summit will take place at an undetermined time and location in the United States.”
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