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03/17/22
Ingolstadt/Győr
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Audi at the Hungary site (Győr)

Audi at the Hungary site (Győr)
Audi at the Hungary site (Győr)

AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. develops and produces powertrains for AUDI AG and other companies in the Volkswagen Group in Győr, Hungary. The company produces more than 160,000 Audi models annually as well as body components for exclusive and sports models from the Audi and Volkswagen Group. Moreover, Audi Hungaria offers the entire Volkswagen Group various competence-oriented services.

Current model series at location: Audi TT, Audi Q3

Recent Press Releases

03/17/22
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Audi Hungaria: stable financial results in 2021

Audi Hungaria closed the 2021 fiscal year with a stable result, despite challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic and semiconductor shortages. The world’s largest engine manufacturing plant produced 1,620,767 engines while in vehicle production, 171,015 cars rolled off the production line – a record in the history of the company. Last year, the company generated sales of EUR 7.717 billion and invested a total of EUR 162.6 million.* This brings the total investment since the company’s foundation to EUR 11.95 billion,* making Audi Hungaria the largest investor in the Hungarian automotive industry.
10/06/21
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Audi Hungaria: 250,000 e-drives from Győr for the world

The 250,000th electric motor has rolled off the production line at Audi Hungaria. Engine production at Audi Hungaria started in 1994, and to date the company has become the world's largest engine manufacturing plant. Three years ago, a new era began at Audi Hungaria: 2018 saw the start of the serial production of electric motors. In addition, the company is preparing to produce the next generation of e-motors in the spirit of electromobility.
09/22/21
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Removing plastic from the Danube: Audi Environmental Foundation supports clean-up project in Budapest

A further milestone has been achieved in the collaboration between the Audi Environmental Foundation and CLEAR RIVERS: In cooperation with Audi Hungaria, a floating litter trap made of recycled plastic has been installed in the Danube. The aim is for this trap to catch carelessly discarded waste from the Danube. The plastic is separated from the remaining waste, recycled in a closed cycle, and processed. Education programs also contribute to explaining the importance of clean bodies of water.
09/13/21
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Audi Hungaria celebrates 20 years of Technical Development and gives a glimpse into the future

A cause for celebration: the jubilee event of Audi Hungaria’s Technical Development was held today. The new era marked by electromobility was launched by Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, dr. Csaba András Dézsi, Mayor of Győr, Peter Kössler, Board Member for Production and Logistics of AUDI AG, Oliver Hoffmann, Board Member for Technical Development of AUDI AG, together with Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria. As Audi Group’s third largest development hub, Győr makes substantial contributions to shaping the future of electromobility.
09/03/21
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Audi Hungaria: 40 Million Engines – from Győr to the World

The 40 millionth engine has rolled off Audi Hungaria’s production lines: a 190 horsepower (140 kW) electric drive, which will be transported from the plant to Brussels on CO2-neutral, “green trains”, where it will be installed into a purely electric Audi e-tron model. Audi Hungaria started making engines in 1994, and has grown to become the largest engine manufacturer in the world. 2018 was the beginning of a new era, as Audi Hungaria began series production of electric motors, with over 200,000 units manufactured in Győr to date. In the spirit of electromobility, the company is already preparing to manufacture the next generation of electric motors.
07/30/21
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Audi Hungaria: “smart logistics” with driverless transport system

Audi Hungaria is constantly making efforts to introduce digital solutions in both manufacturing and logistics. The latest example of this is their collaboration with Jungheinrich, in which six driverless transport vehicles were put into operation in the field of 2.0-litre four-cylinder Otto engine production. FTFs deliver various engine parts from the logistics area straight to the production line. They automatically stop at 57 stations during their journey of more than 1,000 metres, which allows for particularly efficient and reliable material transport.
07/19/21
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Audi Hungaria for a sustainable future

Sustainability is a central theme at Audi Hungaria: Keeping the environmental impact as low as possible and conserving natural resources are essential parts of our corporate philosophy. The company consistently strives for sustainable production in the spirit of the Audi Environmental Programme called “Mission:Zero”. The focus is on the main challenges for Audi Hungaria: decarbonisation, water use, resource efficiency and biodiversity. The aluminium recycling loop contributes greatly to the achievement of the objectives, and as part of it the company saves significant resources and further reduces its ecological footprint.
07/16/21
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Audi Hungaria: new investment projects in Technical Development

Forward-thinking investment: in the two years ahead, Audi Hungaria will be spending a double-digit EUR million amount (billions of HUF) on the Technical Development unit in Győr. The investment project focuses on the commissioning of an electric test bench for developing and enhancing electric engines and electric drives, as well as on the existing testing infrastructure.
05/21/21
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New Human Resources Director at Audi Hungaria

Kinga Németh is the new Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources and Organisation at Audi Hungaria. Kinga Németh began her professional career at Audi Hungaria in 1997 and has held various management positions in the field of human resources over the past almost 20 years, both at Audi Hungaria and AUDI AG. Kinga Németh takes over the position of director from Dr. Elisabeth Knab, who will be in future responsible for strategy, innovation, science and research as Board Representative in Hungary and the Central and Eastern European region. The strategic advisory function is directly assigned to the Chairman of the Board of Audi Hungaria.
05/17/21
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United under the flag of diversity: Audi employees celebrate European Diversity Month

The month of May is devoted to diversity at the Audi Group. Employees have come up with various digital interactive events for Audi employees for German Diversity Day as part of the Diversity Charter on May 18. The focus will then shift to the activities of the international subsidiaries and production locations. The long-term goal is to make more effective use of the potential of diverse perspectives in the context of transformation together and to make targeted use of inclusion as a success factor.
05/05/21
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Audi Hungaria supports the Hospital in Győr for the fourth time in the fight against the Coronavirus

For the fourth time, Audi Hungaria is supporting the Petz Aladár County Teaching Hospital in Győr in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Today, Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria, and Dr. Elisabeth Knab, Member of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria, responsible for Human Resources and Organization, handed over the grant, worth nearly 50 million HUF on behalf of the Győr hospital, to Dr. László Jávor, General Director of the hospital, and Dr. András Csaba Dézsi, Mayor, City Of Györ.
05/04/21
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Audi Hungaria Expands its Tool Shop

Forward-looking investment: today Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, and Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria, officially announced the expansion of the tool shop in Győr at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As part of the investment, the current production hall will be expanded by 3,800 square meters for exclusive series production, and the logistics hall will be expanded by 2,500 square meters. The investment will help to retain the jobs of 700 employees and increase the exclusive production capacity by 30 percent. The Hungarian government is also playing a role in the expansion of the Audi production site in Győr.
AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. develops and produces powertrains for AUDI AG and other companies in the Volkswagen Group in Győr, Hungary. The company produces more than 160,000 Audi models annually as well as body components for exclusive and sports models from the Audi and Volkswagen Group. Moreover, Audi Hungaria offers the entire Volkswagen Group various competence-oriented services.
Audi Hungaria is the most attractive employer in Hungary’s automotive industry. In 2021, AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. came in first in in the “Most Attractive Auto Manufacturer” category and second in the overall ranking.
Audi Hungaria has been carbon-neutral since January 1, 2020. That makes Audi Hungaria the Audi Group’s second carbon neutral site after Audi Brussels.
AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. is founded 1993 as a 100-percent subsidiary of AUDI AG
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