Olivia Wilde, Jake Gyllenhaal, Addison Rae + More Celebrate 2021 LACMA Art+Film Gala With Audi Honoring Steven Spielberg, Amy Sherald, Kehinde Wiley

Olivia Wilde, Jodie Turner-Smith, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lee Jung-jae, Sienna Miller, Addison Rae & More Arrive in Audi’s Fully Electric Fleet to LACMA Art+Film on November 6, 2021, in Los Angeles, California.

On Saturday, November 6th, several of the world’s most elite entertainers came together to honor Kehinde Wiley, Steven Spielberg, and Amy Sherald. The likes of Jodie Turner-Smith, Sienna Miller, Jake Gyllenhaal, and more arrived at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in style. They were escorted to the gala in Audi’s electric fleet of premium vehicles. Joining the well-known stars was the head of brand for Audi Global, Henrik Wenders.

As a partner of LACMA, Audi celebrated the 10-year anniversary of Art and Film that night. Vehicles they provided include makes such as the e-tron Gt, e-tron SUV, e-tron Sportback, and the Q4 etron. All models are featured on the websites inventory list and are listed for immediate sale for one’s own grand entrance. Audi’s primary goal is to distribute more electric vehicles in the US than any other brand. They have faith that the cars are better for the environment as America leans toward a more self-sufficient future.

Citizens may crave a taste of luxury, but Audi always wants them to know that they are actively working to reduce CO2 emissions. They are hoping that the supply will affect the need in product that will only help the earth. By 2050, Audi hopes to reach net carbon neutrality, an objective backed by scientists and the International Energy Agency.

A symbol of environmental change and betterment was Leonardo DiCaprio who serves as the co-chair of the Art and Film Gala. An actor who is well-known in the fight for global improvement approves Audi as an elite partner. This displays that no matter the caliber, all can be included as a champion for a better future and drive in class while doing so.

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