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Audi has produced the Audi A1 family exclusively in Brussels, the European capital, since 2010. In 2017, approximately 95,284 automobiles drove off the production line there. In 2018, Audi will transfer production of the Audi A1 from Brussels to Martorell in Spain. Subsequently, production of the first purely electric-drive SUV from Audi will start in the capital of Belgium. The plant will also have its own battery production.

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  • 03/15/18
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    AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V.

    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.

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  • 03/12/18
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    Audi Brussels receives certificate for CO2-neutral automobile production

    Audi Brussels has been awarded a "CO2-neutral site" certificate by the Belgian testing company Vinçotte. The site covers all production processes and all other emissions generated at the plant either by renewable energies (approximately 95 percent) or compensates for them with environmental projects (approximately 5 percent). Audi Brussels thus operates the world's first certified CO2-neutral high-volume production plant in the premium segment.
  • 01/26/18
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    Erik Prieels is the new Director General for Human Resources at Audi Brussels

    There has been a change in management at AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V.: Erik Prieels took over as Director General for Human Resources on January 1, 2018. The 52-year-old was previously Head of Human Resources at Audi Brussels. He succeeds Thomas Neuhaus, who is returning to Ingolstadt after two years as a member of the Audi Brussels management and is assuming a new management position there.

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