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Audi site Ingolstadt (aerial photograph)

The Audi Group’s biggest production site and the second-largest automobile plant in Europe, with more than half a million cars produced and about 44,000 employees – those are the key figures for the Audi site in Ingolstadt in 2016.

Basic information

  • 05/17/17
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    Overview of Audi

    2016 was a fiscal year of major challenges for Audi, but also a year of key strategic decisions for the future. The company is looking to 2017 with cautious optimism. The fuel consumption and emissions of all vehicles named in the text and available in the German market are provided in the list at the end of this basic information.
  • 03/15/17
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    Audi at the Ingolstadt site

    The largest production site of the Audi Group and the second largest car factory in Europe. More than half-a-million cars leave the AUDI AG plant at the Ingolstadt site each year. A record-setting 592,337 entirely built Audi models were produced in Ingolstadt last year. An automobile drives off the assembly lines every 30 seconds, or more than 2,500 a day. *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

  • 08/30/17
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    Successful model of dual training: some 800 young people to start at the Audi sites in Germany

    804 young people will start their vocational training at Audi in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm this year. The carmaker will thus be training a similarly large number of young people as in the previous year. In addition, 39 young people will start a dual course of study. A dual course of study for a master’s degree will also be offered for the first time.
  • 08/25/17
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    Audi uses virtual reality to train Logistics employees

    The training center of the future fits in a suitcase: A computer, a pair of virtual reality glasses and two controllers are all it takes for the new interactive learning program for Audi packing logistics. The program makes it fun for employees to learn the packing process for CKD Logistics (CKD = completely knocked down). The exercises are designed like a video game and the equipment is quick and easy to set up anywhere.
  • 01/24/17
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    Audi etches symbols into car paint

    Audi has developed a process for the partial matting of painted surfaces. A special powder roughens the clear lacquer on the surface to a depth of a few thousandths of a millimeter so that individual markings become visible. With this process, the Audi exclusive program offers personalized design of the side blades for all R8 customers.

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