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Changchun (China)

Audi in China

The production of automobiles by the joint venture FAW-Volkswagen in Changchun includes the four major areas of car manufacturing: press shop, body shop, paint shop and assembly. The plant currently produces the Audi A4 L, Audi A6 L, Audi A6 L e-tron, Audi Q3, Audi Q5 L. As such, China has become Audi’s largest single market worldwide.

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  • 11/05/22
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    Audi Adds Brand Exclusive Charging Stations to its Premium E-mobility Ecosystem in China

    The Four Rings are accelerating their e-offensive in China. As part of the “Vorsprung 2030 China Strategy”, Audi is enriching its mobility ecosystem by bringing the Audi Charging Station to customers in China. The first batch will go live before the end of this year.
  • 06/29/22
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    Cornerstone laid in Changchun: Audi FAW NEV Company builds smart factory for e-models

    With the foundation of the Audi FAW NEV Company, Audi has set the course for made-in-China production of models based on the PPE (Premium Platform Electric) technology platform for the Chinese market. Work has now begun on the new production site in the northern Chinese metropolis of Changchun. With construction set to finish by the end of 2024, this will be the first automotive plant in China where only all-electric Audi models roll off the line. The factory is designed to produce more than 150,000 vehicles a year. All site processes will be networked, with Audi’s “Mission Zero” environmental program setting the guardrails for sustainable production.
  • 01/18/21
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    Audi strengthens business in China: First majority interest held by Audi in new cooperation company for local electric car production with FAW

    The brand with the Four Rings is deepening its partnership with FAW and laying the foundation for continued success in China. The Board of Management of Audi, Supervisory Board of the Volkswagen Group and Board of Management of the FAW Group confirmed that Changchun in the northeast of China will be the headquarters of the newly founded Audi-FAW company. This was announced today at the ceremonial signing in Changchun and Beijing. AUDI AG and Volkswagen Group China will receive a 60-percent share, making this company – founded for the local production of fully electric Audi models on the “Premium Platform Electric” (PPE) codeveloped with Porsche – the first cooperation company with a majority interest held by Audi in China.

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