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Audi and the three traditional Italian brands Lamborghini, Ducati und Italdesign Giugiaro together make up the Audi Group. Each brand stands for outstanding performance, pioneering technologies, fascinating design and tremendous emotion. With the Italian sports car manufacturer Lamborghini, the Audi Group has long been one of the world’s most successful carmakers in the premium and supercar segment. The high-performance Lamborghini models stand for extreme driving dynamics, modern and unmistakable design, lightweight construction as well as for high-quality materials and finish. Since 2012, the product range has also featured motorcycles built by the band Ducati. These are especially noted for their sportiness, modern design, low weight and high-performance engines. Italdesign Giugiaro is not only a legendary name in automotive design, it is also a versatile engineering center and important development partner.

Recent Press Releases

  • 03/17/16

    Jörg Astalosch

  • 02/23/16

    Stephan Winkelmann to be new CEO of quattro GmbH

    As of March 15, 2016, Stephan Winkelmann (51) will be the new CEO of quattro GmbH, a 100 percent subsidiary of AUDI AG, which produces and distributes the high performance R and RS models. Winkelmann was President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. since January 1, 2005. Heinz Hollerweger (62), the current Head of quattro GmbH, is to retire after almost 40 years of successful work for Audi.
  • 05/27/15

    Lamborghini prepares for a new era

    Automobili Lamborghini announces a luxury SUV as a third model to join its product range. The market introduction of the series model is planned for 2018. A concept of the car was first presented as the Lamborghini Urus in 2012 at the Beijing auto show.
  • 03/26/15

    Dual education in Italy: Successful start for social project of Audi subsidiaries

    The two Audi subsidiaries Lamborghini and Ducati have celebrated a milestone with their joint social project “Dual Education System Italy” (DESI), which has been created in cooperation with the Volkswagen Workforce Foundation, the Italian Ministry for Teaching, Universities and Research, and the Ministry of Education of the region Emilia Romagna. Following the first component of education in a college, the young participants, largely from socially disadvantaged families, are now starting their practical training. For this purpose, Lamborghini and Ducati have set up modern training centers in their plants.
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