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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.

Basic information

  • 07/30/20
    Company

    Facts and Figures About the Audi Group

    In a challenging fiscal 2019, the company is optimizing processes and implementing extensive structural reforms. Another focal point is the corporate culture, a new culture of integrity and openness. Audi is investing roughly 14 billion euros by 2023 as part of a strategic alignment on the future fields of electric mobility, digitalization and autonomous driving. The company is taking a targeted and focused approach to e-mobility. Audi will launch 12 electrified models by the end of 2020: five fully electric models and seven plug-in hybrids.
  • 03/19/20
    Company

    Audi at the Ingolstadt site

    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. * 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.

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.

Press Releases

  • 02/24/21
    Company

    Oliver Hoffmann named new Member of the Board for Technical Development

    Oliver Hoffmann will head Audi’s Technical Development. At its meeting today, the Supervisory Board appointed the division’s current Chief Operating Officer to the Board of Management of AUDI AG, effective March 1, 2021. CEO Markus Duesmann has been realigning Technical Development, fulfilling two roles since mid-June 2020 and placing a particular focus on process quality. Hoffmann has already played a key role in this process for the past nine months.
  • 02/01/21
    Audi MediaCenter

    Audi announces Board of Management for new company in China

    Audi is laying down a further milestone in the establishment of a new cooperative enterprise with FAW, which will produce electric vehicles on the platform PPE (Premium Platform Electric) in Changchun from 2024 onwards. Today Audi and FAW announced the management team. Helmut Stettner, currently Plant Manager at the Audi site in Neckarsulm, will take on the role of CEO from 1 May.
  • 02/01/21
    Company

    Change of Plant Manager at Audi Neckarsulm: Helmut Stettner moves to China, successor Fred Schulze returns from China

    After five years as Plant Manager at the Audi site in Neckarsulm, from 1 May 2021 Helmut Stettner will take on new duties in China, where he will be CEO of the PPE Company, newly founded by Audi and FAW. In this new function he will be responsible for setting up the company with its production plant in Changchun, which he will subsequently lead. From 2024 onwards, e-models for the Chinese market will be produced there, based on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) developed in cooperation with Porsche. In August 2020 Stettner already took over the establishment of the new company in China as its acting manager and guided this project in addition to his responsibilities in Neckarsulm. As Stettner’s successor, Fred Schulze will return to Neckarsulm. Since 2018 Schulze has been Executive Vice President for Production and Product Management at SAIC Volkswagen in Shanghai – a joint venture between China’s Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. and Volkswagen AG.

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