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AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. develops and produces powertrains for AUDI AG and other companies of the Volkswagen Group in Győr, Hungary. The automobile plant covering the complete production process has been in operation since 2013.

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  • 10/05/22

    Audi Hungaria: Tool shop expansion marks major milestone in Győr

    Audi Hungaria has completed the expansion of its tool shop in Győr, with plans to develop it into a competence center providing world class services which significantly contribute to the success of the global Audi Group. The milestone will enable local production of even more Audi, Lamborghini and Bentley models. To mark completion of the expansion program, a consortium of global stakeholders came together to commence operation of new robot cells, which will be used to produce body parts for exclusive Volkswagen and Audi group models. Various representatives of Audi Hungaria, AUDI AG and politicians attended the opening ceremony.
  • 03/17/22

    Audi Hungaria: stable financial results in 2021

    Audi Hungaria closed the 2021 fiscal year with a stable result, despite challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic and semiconductor shortages. The world’s largest engine manufacturing plant produced 1,620,767 engines while in vehicle production, 171,015 cars rolled off the production line – a record in the history of the company. Last year, the company generated sales of EUR 7.717 billion and invested a total of EUR 162.6 million.* This brings the total investment since the company’s foundation to EUR 11.95 billion,* making Audi Hungaria the largest investor in the Hungarian automotive industry.
  • 10/06/21

    Audi Hungaria: 250,000 e-drives from Győr for the world

    The 250,000th electric motor has rolled off the production line at Audi Hungaria. Engine production at Audi Hungaria started in 1994, and to date the company has become the world's largest engine manufacturing plant. Three years ago, a new era began at Audi Hungaria: 2018 saw the start of the serial production of electric motors. In addition, the company is preparing to produce the next generation of e-motors in the spirit of electromobility.

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