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The Audi Forum Ingolstadt

In the Audi museum mobile, historic exhibits and modern forms of presentation create a dynamic symbiosis that allows visitors to stroll through the past for an experience that is as informative as it is entertaining. Behind the fully glazed façade, the exceptional architecture follows the principle of the growth rings on a tree trunk, symbolically uniting perpetuity and change. The corporate history of AUDI AG is portrayed, as is the rapid technological progress experienced in automotive engineering. Embedding the exhibits within the underlying economic and social conditions makes the museum mobile much more than a purely technical museum: A visit also becomes a fascinating review of the 20th century with its momentous changes.

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  • 12/10/20
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    Audi museum mobile celebrates its 20th birthday

    It will soon be twenty years since the Audi museum mobile first opened its doors on 15 December 2000. Over the first twenty years of the new millennium, Audi AG has added many chapters to its success story. During that time automotive classics have been created and new milestones in technological development set. To mark the museum's 20th anniversary, this gap has now been closed, giving visitors to the Audi museum mobile a better understanding of the more recent years in Audi's history. From 15 December, 34 new historic vehicle exhibits await visitors to the Audi museum mobile.
  • 03/19/18
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    "From 0 to 100" at Audi museum mobile

    As part of the "From 0 to 100" special exhibition, Audi museum mobile is presenting one of the most exciting moments in the history of AUDI AG: the company entering the upper executive class with the Audi 100. From March 28 to June 24, 2018, visitors can expect to see 15 variants of this historically important model which the company premiered 50 years ago.
  • 05/19/14
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    Audi museum mobile presents: DKW VEMAG and the new dawn in Brazil

    When the Brazilian football team first won the World Cup in 1958, South America’s largest and most populous country was at the dawning of a new era. Football star Pelé rocketed to fame, the architect Oscar Niemeyer designed the new capital city Brasilia as a modern utopia, and the bossa nova sound spread all over the world from the Copacabana. How Auto Union GmbH from Ingolstadt accompanied this new dawn with its DKW cars is illustrated in the latest special exhibition at the Audi museum mobile: “Ordem & Progresso – DKW VEMAG and the new dawn in Brazil” (May 21 to September 21, 2014). “Order and Progress” is the official motto of Brazil.

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