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Electric cars in China

Audi aims to regain China throne with 10 new SUVs

Automaker mends fences with local partner as Daimler and BMW surge

Simultaneous interpretation in Chinese was offered at Audi's earnings announcement in Ingolstadt, Germany, in March. (Photo by Kosei Fukao)

FRANKFURT, Germany -- Audi will launch 10 new sport utility vehicles in China by 2022 and work to repair soured relations with FAW Group as the German automaker rebuilds operations damaged by a dispute with the local partner.

Seven of the new SUVs coming to China will be built locally at a joint venture between parent Volkswagen and FAW. That would double the count of locally manufactured models from the current six. Of the 10 new SUVs, four will be electric vehicles, and all of those are slated to be produced in China.

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