|1993||AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. is founded as a 100-percent subsidiary of AUDI AG.|
|1994||Start of series production of four-cylinder engines.|
Official opening of the engine factory.
|1997||Start of series production of V6 engines. Start of series production of V8 engines. |
|1998||Establishment of the crankshaft and con-rod processing line. Start of automobile assembly with the Audi TT Coupe.|
|1999||Series start of assembly of the Audi TT Roadster models.|
|2000||Start of production of diesel engines with unit injector technology.|
|2001||Opening of the Engine Development Center.|
Assembly of the Audi A3/Audi S3 models begins in Győr, produced through 2003.
|2005||June 2005: the ten-millionth engine from Győr.|
The Audi Hungaria toolmaking shop begins operation.
|2007||Start of production of the Audi A3 Cabriolet. Start of series production of four-cylinder common-rail diesel engines. Start of series production of ten-cylinder biturbo engines. |
|2008||Start of series production of twelve-cylinder TDI engines. |
|2010 ||Opening of the engine start-up center.|
Start of series production of the Audi RS 3 Sportback*.
|2011||April 2011: production of the 20-millionth engine in Győr.|
July 2011: cornerstone laid for plant expansion
|2012||May 2012: topping-out ceremony for the new automobile plant|
Nov. 2012: start of production of the new 1.2- and 1.4-liter four-cylinder engines
|2013||Audi Hungaria opens the expanded plant in June 2013. Series production of the Audi A3 Sedan and the A3 Cabriolet begins at that same time.|
Sept. 2013: the company hires its 10,000th employee.
Nov. 2013 a double jubilee: 500,000th Audi TT with the 25-millionth engine drives off the assembly line.
|2014||Start of series production of the new Audi TT Coupe and the new Audi TT Roadster*.|
Sept. 2014: 100,000th car with full depth of manufacturing from the new automobile plant.
New laboratory in the professorship for complete vehicle development for Audi Hungaria and Széchenyi István University.
Nov. 2014: establishment of a fifth professorship at Széchenyi István University.
January 2015: Establishment of the Audi Hungaria Faculty for Automotive Engineering at Széchenyi István University.
February 2015: new machining training workshop at the Project and Training Center (PTC)
May 2015: Expansion of the Engine Development Center
Sept. 2015: new logistics center and new building for the Audi Hungaria School.
Dec. 2015: 300,000th car from the automobile plant.
Announcement that the Audi Q3 will be built in Győr.
Start of construction of an 80,000-square meter (861,112.8 sq ft) body shop.
Announcement that electric motors for the Audi Group’s e-models will be built in Győr beginning in 2018.
The 30-millionth engine is installed in the one-millionth car, an Audi TT RS.
|2017||Start of production of a third RS model in Győr: series production of the Audi RS 3 Sedan*.|
The body shop is expanded by 15,000 square meters (161,458.7 sq ft) and four new large presses with press force of up to 2,500 metric tons are installed. Total Vehicle Development expands its analysis competence. Additional test stands for components and complete cars are commissioned.
The CNG engine is developed and produced under the direction of Audi Hungaria.
Audi TT S* rolls off the assembly line in the new automobile plant as the 500,000th car from Audi Hungaria
|2018||Start of series production of the first three-cylinder engine at Audi Hungaria.|
New climate chamber for testing under extreme weather conditions between -40 and +80 degrees Celsius
Audi Hungaria assumes pioneering role in electric motor production: start of series production of electric motors. The electric motors are produced on floor space of 8,500 square meters (91,493.2 sq ft) according to the modular assembly production concept.
Start of series production of the newly developed four-cylinder diesel engine with mild-hybrid technology
First SUV from Győr: start of production of the Audi Q3 at Audi Hungaria.
Double anniversary at Audi Hungaria: the company celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2018. At the same time, the success story of automobile production at the Hungarian sites celebrates 20 years.
Audi Hungaria expands capacity in the exclusive series production of its toolmaking shop. Thanks to this higher capacity, the toolmaking shop will in future deliver body parts for 120 vehicles every day.
|2019||Audi Hungaria, in partnership with E.ON Hungária, has installed a solar energy park covering around 160,000 square meters (1,722,225.6 sq ft) on the roofs of its two logistics centers. The solar panels installed on a building on the Audi Hungaria site in Győr are the largest photovoltaic facility in Europe.|
Series production of the new Audi Q3 Sportback gets underway in Győr.
Two ultrasporty Q variants supplement the Győr product portfolio: The Audi RS Q3 and RS Q3 Sportback models enter series production at Audi Hungaria.
Audi Hungaria starts series production of the Q3 and Q3 Sportback models with mild-hybrid drivetrain (MHEV, Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicles) in 2019.
Audi Hungaria employees produce the 100,000th electric motor just 18 months after start of production.
|2020||Audi Hungaria has been carbon-neutral since January 1, 2020.|
For ten years now, the Győr Engine Startup Center has supported engine projects from the entire Volkswagen Group from start to series production.
The millionth automobile rolls off the line at Audi Hungaria – an Audi Q3 Sportback MHEV in dark burgundy, pearl effect.
Audi Hungaria, in partnership with E.ON Hungaria, installed a solar energy park covering around 160,000 square meters (1,722,225.7 sq ft) on the roofs of its two Logistics Centers. This created Europe’s largest photovoltaic system installed on a building.
The toolmaking shop at Audi Hungaria is 15 years old: body elements for the sportiest models of the Audi and Volkswagen Group. Hang-on parts for the Audi e-tron GT are also produced exclusively here at Audi Hungaria.
The first plug-in hybrid vehicle from Audi Hungaria, a turbo blue Audi Q3 Sportback, also rolled off the line in 2020: With that, the company entered the next phase of electric mobility.