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Brussels (Belgium)

Since the fall of 2018, Audi Brussels has been exclusively producing its first fully electric SUV for the world market. On September 3rd, 2018 line production of the Audi e-tron started. For the manufacturing process, Audi has developed numerous further competences within the company and even established a dedicated battery production.

Basic information

  • 03/14/19


    Audi has been producing the Audi A1 family exclusively in the European capital of Brussels since 2010. In 2017, around 95,284 automobiles rolled off the production line. Production of the first purely electric-drive SUV from Audi will start in the capital of Belgium this year. The plant now also has its own battery production. Production of the Audi A1* will be transferred from Belgium to Martorell, Spain, during the course of this year. The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of all the models named above and available on the German market are listed in the last chapter of this basic information.

Press Releases

  • 04/03/19

    Volker Germann is new Managing Director of Audi Brussels

    Volker Germann is the new managing director at Audi Brussels. The plant in Belgium produces the Audi e-tron, the first all-electric SUV in the history of the Audi company. Germann succeeds in this position to Patrick Danau, who is retiring after more than 40 years of service for the Volkswagen Group. Within the executive board of Audi Brussels, Volker Germann will hold the positions of General Director for Production, Technology and Logistics and Spokesperson of the Management.
  • 03/29/19

    One cubic meter of plastic waste collected each month: cleanup in the port of Brussels

    Together with Audi Brussels and the Port of Brussels, the Audi Environmental Foundation and its project partner Recycled Island Foundation have installed a specially developed collecting basin in the harbor basin of Brussels. This plastic trap is designed so that waste floating in the water is flushed into a net, where retention devices prevent it from being washed out again and thus ensure that no plastic reaches the open sea via the canal. The port of Brussels is already the third site for the Recycled Island project, following Rotterdam and the Indonesian island of Ambon.

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