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Ingolstadt (Headquarter)

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 2017.

Basic information

  • 01/18/19

    IN-Campus GmbH

    Audi is building its future, and to do so, it is revitalizing an industrial wasteland. Not far from its main factory in Ingolstadt, the company is developing the IN-Campus, an innovative technology park, on the site of a former oil refinery. IN-Campus GmbH, a joint venture between AUDI AG and the city of Ingolstadt, is working with partners to employ ingenious methods of decontaminating land that is heavily polluted in places. This remediation project is one of the biggest of its kind in Germany and unprecedented as an environmental project in Bavaria. The clean-up has been under way for more than a year now, and is due to finish by the end of 2022.
  • 12/19/18

    Overview of Audi

    Audi is entering a new era: The turbulent 2017 financial year was marked by changes. Now the company is preparing for the increasing challenges of the digital age. Against the background of the diesel crisis, Audi is intensifying its sustainability activities. 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.

Press Releases

  • 09/28/18
    Audi MediaCenter

    Hans-Joachim Rothenpieler new Board Member for Technical Development at AUDI AG

    Hans-Joachim Rothenpieler will become the Member of the Board of Management for Technical Development at AUDI AG on 1 November 2018. He is the successor of Peter Mertens, who has held this position since May 1, 2017. Mertens had asked the Audi Supervisory Board to release him from his duties for health reasons.
  • 08/30/18

    Audi training in 2018: focus on electric mobility and digitalization

    Approximately 830 young people will start their apprenticeships or dual courses of study at Audi in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm in September 2018. By training its own next generation of employees to a high standard, the company ensures the long-term competitiveness of its sites in Germany. The focus is increasingly on electric mobility and digitalization.
  • 06/26/18

    Approval authority German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) at Audi in Ingolstadt

    The German Federal Motor Vehicle Transport Authority (KBA) will be fact finding about the current state of clarification of the diesel crisis directly at Audi on Wednesday, June 27. Besides the software modifications, the main focus will be on the new, optimized processes which are required on the way to achieving the general operating permit. The carmaker has been presenting its results to the KBA for many months in regular meetings and has at the same time also reported irregularities. Now the processes as a whole are to be tested at an on-site meeting.

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