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Audi stands for sporty vehicles, premium workmanship and progressive design – for “Vorsprung durch Technik”. Founded in 1899 by August Horch, the Audi Group – which also unites the Bentley, Ducati and Lamborghini brands under one roof – is currently one of the most successful manufacturers of automobiles and motorcycles in the premium segment.

In 2021, the Audi Group delivered around 1.681 million cars from the Audi brand, 8,405 sports cars from the Lamborghini brand and 59,447 motorcycles from the Ducati brand to customers. In the 2021 fiscal year, AUDI AG achieved total revenue of €53.1 billion and an operating profit before special items of €5.5 billion. More than 85,000 people all over the world work for the Audi Group, around 58,000 of them in Germany. With its attractive brands, new models, innovative mobility offerings and groundbreaking services, the premium brand group is systematically pursuing its path toward becoming a provider of sustainable, individual, premium mobility.

Innovations like quattro permanent all-wheel drive are a part of Audi’s DNA. With the decision only to launch fully electric models on the global market starting in 2026, Audi is once again taking the lead, pursuing a clear strategy for an electric, digital and fully connected future. By 2026, Audi plans to have more than 20 fully electric models on offer.

This clear commitment to electromobility is the cornerstone of Audi’s sustainability strategy. Based on this, Audi considers sustainability along the entire value chain, takes responsibility for the environment and society and makes sustainable corporate governance an inherent component of all its decisions and products.

Recent Press Releases

  • 09/22/22

    Audi, Start-Ups and Tech Talent at Bits & Pretzels

    Back on stage in the founders’ scene: after two years in virtual format, Bits & Pretzels is returning to Munich on-site – and Audi is back on board. At the conference from September 25 to 27, 2022, Audi experts will exchange ideas with international thought leaders and founders about what will move people in the future. On Monday (September 26), Patrick Hennig, co-founder of luca app and CEO of culture4life GmbH, futurologist Kirstine Fratz, and influencer Laura Lewandowski will discuss topics such as the future of mobility and “New Work” during the six-hour program organized by the company with the four rings.
  • 09/15/22

    Manfred Döss appointed Chairman of the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG

    At today’s AUDI AG Supervisory Board meeting, which took place at the Hungarian production site in Győr, Manfred Döss was unanimously elected as the new Chairman of the AUDI AG Supervisory Board. This means Döss is taking over the position from Herbert Diess, who resigned from the Supervisory Board on August 31, with immediate effect. Peter Mosch will remain Deputy Chairman. Döss will also become a Member and Chairman of the Presiding Committee as well as the Mediation Committee.
  • 09/13/22

    amplimind: Audi and Lufthansa Industry Solutions launch joint venture

    Lufthansa Industry Solutions, an IT service provider and subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group, and Audi have announced the launch of their joint venture under the name “amplimind.” The company was founded in July after the official permits were granted. amplimind will commence operations end of 2022 and is intended to accelerate the digital transformation of both AUDI AG and the mobility industry.

Press folders

  • 07/27/22

    20th anniversary Audi RS 6

    For 20 years, one vehicle has inspired Audi Sport GmbH and a worldwide fan community like no other: The Audi RS 6 has been shaping the field of high-performance station wagons with impressive performance and outstanding everyday usability for four generations. The successful basic concept from 2002 is based on a twin-turbocharged power unit and all-wheel drive. The basic concept is the same across all RS 6 generations. Even in the competitive environment, the RS 6 continues to make its mark and set new standards.
  • 06/18/22

    SocAIty study: Autonomous Driving in the Field of Tension Between Technological Progress & Social Acceptance

    The &Audi SocAIty study addresses the mobility of the future or, more precisely, the opportunities and challenges posed by autonomous driving. The intent behind the study is to make a decisive contribution to the public debate surrounding current issues relating to autonomous driving and the responsible use of new technologies in mobility. After all, it only takes a brief look at the current discourse on autonomous driving to realize the vital role it plays in many social issues. Yet on the one hand, it seems that society is not yet ready for such a major technological advance and much of the debate seems driven by fear. On the other, real-life labs and testing facilities are bringing the technology closer and closer to the very heart of our society every day. Simultaneously, the international legal situation is currently undergoing rapid developments. Equally, while sometimes seen as an obstacle to progress, issues of data protection are repeatedly raised for debate in the general discourse. Topics are discussed to much controversy and questions repeatedly raised for which there are, as yet, no clear answers. The present study addresses these questions and in doing so aims to answer open questions about the use of new technologies in mobility and their influence on people’s lives.

Audi Annual Press Conference 2022

Audi Annual Media Conference 2022

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