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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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  • 04/01/21

    IN-Campus – Technology park for future projects of AUDI AG

    The abbreviation “IN” denotes innovation: With the IN-Campus, AUDI AG and the city of Ingolstadt have gotten a strategic investment off the ground. They work together to remediate the site of a former oil refinery and transform this industrial wasteland into a campus. The focus is on the development work for future-oriented projects. The future technology park IN-Campus is designed to be open, sustainable and close to nature. Construction is in full swing and the first buildings are already in use.
  • 03/18/21

    Facts and Figures About the Audi Group

    Even in 2020, a challenging business year, Audi vigorously drove ahead its transformation into a provider of sustainable and networked premium mobility.

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

  • 09/10/21

    Vocational training at Audi: launching the careers of tomorrow

    This fall, 694 vocational trainees and 42 cooperative education students will take the first step toward launching their careers at Audi’s Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites. Thanks to customized training content, the digital transformation is starting right at the beginning of their professional activities – just like in 2020, for example, young people are once again entering training programs to become “IT specialists specializing in digital connectivity.” As such, AUDI AG is offering highly attractive prospects in technological fields of the future in the area of vocational training as well. In this context, the company is not only placing a strong focus on digitalization with respect to the subject matter, but also in the way it is being taught. Under the company’s new labor-management agreement on remote learning, for example, trainees can spend up to 20 percent of their training program learning remotely via mobile devices.
  • 07/28/21

    Sustainable and dynamic: Audi trainees presenting environmental ideas at State Garden Show in Ingolstadt

    For almost two years, vocational trainees at Audi have been planning, bolting, cutting, and building for the State Garden Show in Ingolstadt (from April 21 to October 3, 2021) – entirely on their own and in a very environmentally conscious manner. The results of their efforts include a grassy, child-friendly race track for electric go-karts, an insect hotel in a bright yellow Audi, an environmental wheel of fortune on a rim, and the Audi eKart designed and built by trainees themselves out of used material components.
  • 07/16/21

    Join, check in, get active: Audi is starting Environment Week for 87,000 employees

    Under the motto “Join us on our mission to zero,” Audi is organizing “Audi Environment Week” from July 19 to 23. With its week of action, the company is making the numerous facets of environmental protection at its own locations visible. The supporting program includes lectures, film screenings in the Audi program theater, tours in the horticultural show in Ingolstadt, hands-on actions with the Audi Environmental Foundation, and interactive sessions from the international locations. All employees are invited to participate in the program. Gastronomy services is also committed to sustainable and regional cooking for the week and, in addition to a menu they created themselves, has also prepared video tutorials for cooking those dishes at home. In all, there will be more than 100 hours of lectures, actions, and discussions from Audi’s five locations worldwide.

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