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Audi in Ingolstadt (Headquarters)

Audi has been building cars at the Ingolstadt site for more than 70 years. This is where AUDI AG has its headquarters and where 44,458 employees (as of December 31, 2019) work to achieve “Vorsprung durch Technik.” From initial idea to finished automobile, the entire production process for the Audi Q2, Audi A3, Audi A4, and Audi A5 models along with their derivatives takes place at the Ingolstadt plant. The Audi Ingolstadt site continues to develop into a networked digital factory. Modern production systems and high-tech solutions enable highly efficient, sustainable manufacturing. Step by step, the plant is getting ready for electric mobility, with measures to increase flexibility laying the foundation for the models of the future.

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  • 03/17/22
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    Audi production and sites 2021: Road map to a sustainable, electric future

    Audi presses ahead with the electrification of its production sites. All plants around the world are approaching their decarbonization target: All production at Audi is set to be net carbon-neutral by 2025. Some plants already are today, others are right on track. The premium brand group is seeing growth: On 1 January 2022, Bentley joined Audi, Lamborghini, and Ducati in the premium group.
  • 03/17/22
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    Ingolstadt (Headquarters)

Audi site Münchsmünster

A part of the Audi location Ingolstadt is also the plant in Münchsmünster. Since 2013 this site has been using innovative production methods to produce form-hardened sheet metal items and aluminum die castings for lightweight construction.

Audi Neuburg

Audi Neuburg is home to the Audi driving experience and the Audi Sport Competence Center Motorsportcentre with Audi Sport Motorsport and Audi Sport customer racing. The site is a high-tech complex that opened in Neuburg an der Donau in 2014.

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  • 09/12/22
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    Audi takes hybrid working to the next level with a new company agreement

    Audi is consistently driving the hybrid working world of the future within the company. On October 1, 2022, the company agreement "Hybrid Working" will come into force at the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites. The company agreement provides for an even higher degree of flexibility for employees. They are free to choose their place of work and there is no requirement for fixed days in the office. The expansion of desk sharing, the redesign of office space and financially supporting employees in ergonomically working remotely are making remote and on-site work even more compatible.
  • 08/31/22
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    Audi Ingolstadt: Siegfried Schmidtner to become new plant manager in December

    A native of Ingolstadt will take over management of Audi’s parent plant: Siegfried Schmidtner, currently responsible for Product Engineering, will head the Ingolstadt site from December 1, 2022. He will succeed Achim Heinfling, who is retiring after more than 30 years at Audi.
  • 07/23/22
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    75 hectares for the future – eco-friendly soil remediation and sustainable energy concept at the IN-Campus technology park

    From a refinery site to a sustainable, innovative technology park: This is the success story of IN-Campus, which Audi and the city of Ingolstadt are building in the heart of Bavaria. In addition to technological innovation, the IN-Campus also stands for ecological and sustainable renewal. With environmentally friendly soil remediation now concluded, a modern quarter for high-tech from a wide range of fields, from vehicle safety to intelligent networking, is being created on an area of 60 hectares. The site’s smart energy concept includes renewable energies, waste heat recovery, and heat storage. Another 15 hectares will become a nature and landscape area.

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