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Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria, answers three questions. Continue reading to find out how he wants to help the plant in Gyor on the path to becoming carbon neutral by 2020.
The all-electric Audi e-tron Sportback combines action-packed driving pleasure with exciting design, making it an electric vehicle that promises pure emotion.
Audi e-tron Sportback: Power consumption, combined*: 24–20.9 kWh/100km (NEDC); 25.9–21.1 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
Creative car design is very important at Audi for future car models. Car designers develop design bestsellers and concept cars at three locations worldwide.
Audi presents its first electric Sedan with the e-tron GT. Experience the unique combination of design, sustainability and performance in the video.
Audi e-tron GT quattro: Power consumption, combined*: 19.6–18.8 kWh/100km (NEDC); 21.8–19.9 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
In 1980 Audi introduced the quattro − one of the first road vehicles with all-wheel drive. More than ten million cars with the quattro drive have been produced since then. Here is its success story.
What will future electric cars look like? The Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron concept answers this question. Witness the future of e-mobility during its world premiere.
When form and function become a statement, and progress takes precedence over everything else. Then the business class has a new metronome: the Audi A6.
Audi A6 Avant: Fuel consumption, combined*: 7.6–4.5 l/100kmCO₂ emissions, combined*: 174–118 g/km
To drive better than ever, we need to be sustainable like never before. With new, unique energy sources. With alternative drive concepts. Holistically. No compromises.
A preview of a new production vehicle: the Q4 e-tron concept. The compact SUV with four-wheel drive was presented at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Audi A7 family sets new standards: sporty character, emotional design and innovative technology combined with functionality and comfort.
Audi A7 Sportback: Fuel consumption, combined*: 7.7–4.4 l/100kmCO₂ emissions, combined*: 176–117 g/km
Mobility & Trends10/18/2021
Experiencing the car while shopping in the showroom, ordering at home via an app, and picking it up at the dealership later: this innovative marketing strategy is part of a product and sales offensive in China and the Audi A7L is the first car in this new sales system.
Mobility & Trends09/07/2021
Automated valet parking is a fully automated service that both parks and retrieves vehicles in specially equipped parking garages, all controlled by a smartphone app. Blogger Sandra Gessner from Audi tested this driverless parking system at the IAA in Munich.
From August 25 to September 1 Audi welcomed media representatives from all over the world to its Audi Media Days in the run-up to the IAA Mobility 2021 auto show – a series of five events which, this year, focused on the company’s new strategy and sustainable solutions for the future of mobility.
With Car2X and C-V2X communication, Audi has increased car safety – for passengers as well as other road users. Read about how this works.
The MQ! Innovation Summit shows how ideas become innovations, and how the mobility quotient drives the technology of tomorrow.
The Audi A6 e-tron concept is making its debut at the Auto Shanghai 2021 auto exhibition as a precursor to new fully electric vehicles. Sascha Heyde is the designer of the show car, which consistently pushes Audi’s design vocabulary forward.
The Q4 e-tron and the Q4 Sportback e-tron offer pure electric driving fun – and an interior at the luxury-class level. Among other things, that means a completely new augmented reality head-up display and four individually adjustable light signatures.
IoT, 5G & Smart Production – exciting times for the automotive industry. Read here about how “Industry 4.0” works at Audi.
Home of Football09/19/2021
The stars of FC Bayern Munich know a thing or two about acceleration, technique and dynamics – their skills electrify and inspire millions of fans around the world. In a recent reversal of roles, Audi took 15 players and club officials on an electrifying test drive, during which the FC Bayern stars were able to experience at first hand how fascinating a drive in the new star among Audi’s electric models could be.
Home of Football
Audi and football: an electrifying partnership. How Audi provides fresh impetus and open up new horizons as a close partner and sponsor of regional, national and international sport for decades.
The partnership between Audi and FC Bayern was established in 2002. The driving force behind this successful collaboration is the absolute will to win, the goal of being the best in one’s class.
Audi aims to cultivate a creative dialogue with art and design: Art is in touch with the pulse of the age and provides an outlook on the developments of the future.
Audi and Bayern Munich FC have been going on tour together to China and the USA during the football pre-season period since 2014.
Home of Football08/11/2021
Experience progress in a visual way. The Audi Football Summit became the subject matter for four sports photographers. With creative ingenuity, they interpreted events on the pitch in their own inimitable fashion.
Home of Football07/07/2021
We spoke to three former players from the Bavarian championship record holders about their careers, the supporters and how ‘Technik’ applies to football.
Audi has been a supporter of regional, national and international sports for decades. From soccer and motorsports and sailing to golf and winter sports.
The Dakar Rally is one of the world’s toughest rallies and a new adventure for the brand with the four rings with the new Audi RS Q e-tron* in the Saudi Arabian desert in January 2022.
*This vehicle is the Rally Dakar vehicle that is not available as a production model.
Since 1981, Audi Sport has stood for “Vorsprung durch Technik” in international racing. The engagement in 2021 consisted of Formula E and customer racing. Audi enters the Dakar Rally for the first time in 2022.
This vehicle is the Rally Dakar vehicle that is not available as a production model.
Audi is facing one of the greatest motorsport challenges: The brand with the four rings will be competing in the famous Dakar Rally for the first time with an innovative prototype in 2022.
The Intercontinental GT Challenge travels to South Africa for the third time since 2019 to host the finale of the 2021 season at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit with the elite GT3 sports cars.
After seven successful years Audi left Formula E: with two title wins, 14 victories and 47 podiums in a total of 84 races with all-electric drive.
Audi competes as a factory team in Formula E, which is a FIA world championship for the first time in 2021. The technical centrepiece is the new electric drivetrain and the Audi MGU05.
The models from Audi Sport customer racing enable the targeted promotion of young talent. The customer drivers Milan Dontje and Dennis Marschall were successful in their rise as racing drivers with Audi.
Twelve races within 23 days for three Audi factory drivers: René Rast, Robin Frijns and Nico Müller with continuous work in DTM and Formula E.
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