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Audi is shaping the mobility of the future today. There is no shortage of challenges: urbanization, scarce resources, digitization and sustainability. The answer from Audi to current and future challenges is Audi tron. As a complement to the highly efficient Audi TDI and TFSI engines, Audi is taking pioneering electric drive systems, synthetic fuels and groundbreaking fuel cell technologies from the laboratory to the road. The goal: sustainable mobility perfectly tailored to the needs of our customers.

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  • 12/05/18
    Models

    Journalists test drive the Audi e-tron in Abu Dhabi

    On September 17, Audi presented its first all-electric series-production model to the world public. In Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, journalists are now getting behind the steering wheel of the Audi e-tron and experiencing the full-size SUV on test drives. Their route is taking them from Masdar City, one of the world’s most sustainable urban communities, and then up the second highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates.
  • 10/26/18
    Company

    New power from old cells: Audi and Umicore develop closed loop battery recycling

    Milestone reached: Audi and Umicore have successfully completed phase one of their strategic research cooperation for battery recycling. The two partners are developing a closed loop for components of high-voltage batteries that can be used again and again. Particularly valuable materials are set to become available in a raw materials bank.
  • 10/12/18
    Company

    Sustainable aluminum for battery housing of Audi e-tron

    Audi is the first automobile manufacturer worldwide to receive a certificate from the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI). With the Performance Standard certification, the ASI confirms that Audi meets the ASI requirements for industrial users of aluminum and sustainably designs and manufactures the aluminum components of the battery housing of the Audi e-tron. For the assessment, independent third-party auditors carried out audits at the Audi plants in Győr, Neckarsulm and Brussels. As the next step, Audi intends to ensure the sustainability of these components also in its supply chain. To those ends, the company plans to work specifically with partners that are also certified by the ASI.

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