At the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, all of Audi's vehicles will be electrified in one way or another. The German automaker has announced that for the first time, the brand's booth will exclusively be occupied by 'electrically powered models' be it fully electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids.

"We have set ourselves a clear goal - one in three new Audi vehicles sold will have electrified drive in 2025 already. Because we are pursuing a clear vision - we are committing ourselves to emission-free mobility," said Bram Schot, Chairman of the Audi Board of Management.

Headlining Audi's all-electric lineup at Geneva will be the Q4 e-tron concept which will be making its world premiere at the show. Along side the Q4 e-tron, the Audi e-tron GT concept will be having its European debut as well.

Two other fully electric vehicles make their debut, however the German automaker has yet to reveal which models these are. Audi did mention however that all four models will be in production by 2020 and will headline for the brand at the show.

Aside from the fully-electric models, four new plug-in hybrid models will also be making its debut at the show together with the fully-electric models. There was no mention what models these are, but given that Audi says they will make their debut at the show. Audi's Formula E challenger, the e-tron FE05 racer, will also be present at the show.

The fully electric line up is said to show Audi's goal of having a zero-emission, electrified future. According to the automaker, a total of four technical platforms and product families will make the foundation for offering electric vehicles in every segment in the market.