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Audi, Bentley and the three traditional Italian brands Lamborghini, Ducati und Italdesign together make up the Audi Group. Each brand stands for outstanding performance, pioneering technologies, fascinating design and extraordinary emotion. The high-performance Lamborghini models stand for extreme driving dynamics, unmistakable design, lightweight construction and high-quality materials and finish. Since 2012, the product range has also featured motorcycles built by the brand Ducati. These are especially noted for their sportiness, modern design, low weight and high-performance engines. Italdesign is not only a legendary name in automotive design, it is also a versatile engineering center and important development partner. Bentley has been a part of the Audi Group since January 2022, making it the youngest member of the Group. Bentley Motors stands for individual luxury, artisanal perfection and powerful performance.

  • 08/12/22
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    Recycling and upcycling at Lamborghini

    Sustainability is a pillar of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.’s corporate strategy. Resource-efficient upcycling and recycling play a particularly important role in this. For instance, the Italian super sports car manufacturer helps conserve natural resources and avoid CO2 emissions that would otherwise accrue with the manufacture of these products. The super sports car manufacturer’s environmental management also works in accordance with a continual improvement process. In 2009, Lamborghini was certified as compliant with the environmental management standard ISO 14001 for the first time. This international norm represents a globally accepted and applied standard for environmental management systems. In the same year, the first upcycling project got started at the plant in Sant’Agata Bolognese – and several projects have been added since then.
  • 08/03/22
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    “For me, the current RS 6 is the crowning achievement of two decades of RS history”

    From the first generation RS 6 to the current one: Stephan Reil was there from the start and had a lot of influence on the development of the high-performance Audi. A graduate engineer, he became Division Head for Vehicle Customization at quattro GmbH (now Audi Sport GmbH) in 1996. In 1998, he took over as Head of Vehicle Development for all of the company’s complete vehicles and since 2020 he has been in charge of technical development for AUDI AG at the Neckarsulm site. On the twentieth anniversary of the first generation RS 6, the C5, Reil looks back on the challenges in development and technical refinement and remembers defining events.
  • 08/02/22
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    Lamborghini: the best half-year results ever

    Automobili Lamborghini has continued its positive trend from the start of the year and set a new record, concluding its best six months ever to the end of June 2022 in terms of sales, turnover and profitability.
  • 07/29/22
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    Ducati announces deliveries, revenue, and operating profit for the first half of 2022

    Ducati concludes the first six months of the year with excellent results, despite the challenges imposed by the ongoing supply and logistics crisis. In the semester from January to June 2022, the company's revenue grew by 5.4%, going from 514 to 542 million euros. This is the highest figure ever recorded by the motorcycle manufacturer in the first six months of the year.
  • 07/29/22
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    Bentley announces record financial results for first half of 2022

    Bentley Motors today announced encouraging financial results for the first six months of 2022, despite continued global economic uncertainty. While the outlook for the second half of the year remains challenging, the luxury British marque posted operating profits of €398 million, up 124 per cent on the same period last year. The half-yearly figures compare favourably to €389 million for the whole of 2021, the company’s previous record year.
  • 07/25/22
    Models

    20 years, four generations – Audi RS 6: Superior performance with an everyday look

    One car has been exciting Audi Sport GmbH and a worldwide fanbase like no other for 20 years: across four generations, the Audi RS 6 has set the tone for high-performance station wagons with impressive performance and outstanding everyday usability. It owes the success of its underlying concept from 2002 to its double-charged engine and all-wheel drive. The basic concept has been the same across every generation of the RS 6. Again and again, it sets new standards in its competitive environment as well. Technical Vorsprung also turns up in other places, such as Dynamic Ride Control suspension. It has been used in other RS models from Audi for a long time.
  • 07/21/22
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    Bentley Motors first to receive South Pole’s “Net Zero Plastic to Nature” Status

    Bentley Motors has become the first company to be awarded South Pole’s Net Zero Plastic to Nature accreditation after engaging in a successful waste stewardship appraisal. The status, which is internationally-recognised, reflects the company’s ongoing environmental initiatives and is a key part of Bentley’s Beyond100 strategy to achieve end- to-end carbon neutrality by 2030.
  • 05/25/22
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    We.Together: International Diversity and Inclusion Days show diversity of Audi Group

    How attractive is job sharing for male managers? What are the experiences of one year of gender-sensitive language? Can social media promote diversity? And what is the best way to overcome boundaries through working together? To celebrate European Diversity Month, Audi is offering employees all over the world an online event covering a range of topics and spanning multiple days. The event will highlight the high value the international Audi family places on diversity and inclusion.
  • 05/17/22
    Models

    Heightened emotions: The new competition packages for the Audi RS 4 Avant and Audi RS 5

    In the course of some proverbial fine-tuning, Audi Sport GmbH is increasing the sportiness of the Audi RS 4 Avant and Audi RS 5. The new competition package is bursting with extras that both sharpen the cars’ appearance and make for a more emotional driving experience. With its optional coilover suspension (RS sport suspension pro), the competition plus package boasts a maximum in dynamics and driving fun while not compromising its top suitability for everyday use. Sometimes less is more: Reduced insulation between the engine compartment and the interior means the RS 4 Avant and RS 5 will thrill customers with an exciting, next-level sound experience. The potent biturbo V6 has 331 kW (450 PS) of power and a torque of 600 newton meters from 1,900 to 5,000 rpm. The Audi RS 4 Avant and RS 5 with the competition packages will be available from dealers starting July. Prices start at 7.875 euros for the competition package and 11,875 euros for the competition plus package.
  • 05/05/22
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    Bentley follows record sales year with best-ever first quarter

    Bentley Motors today announced record financial results for the first quarter of 2022. The encouraging figures reveal an unparalleled performance by the luxury British marque across the first three months of a year, with operating profits up 162 per cent to €170 million, mirroring the company’s second highest full-year profit figure ever.

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