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Audi site Neckarsulm

The AUDI AG with its site in Neckarsulm is among the most attractive employers in Baden-Württemberg. With 16,971 employees (as of December 31, 2018), Audi is the region’s largest employer. The Technical Development division here includes the Lightweight Design Center and the development of fuel-cell-technology.

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  • 03/14/19
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    Audi at the Neckarsulm site

    As the biggest company in the prospering Heilbronn-Franken economic region, the Neckarsulm site of AUDI AG is one of the most attractive employers in Baden Württemberg. The city of Neckarsulm, which takes its name from the Neckar and Sulm rivers, has a population of around 26,000 and provides some 40,000 jobs. The Heilbronn-Franken region provides more than 387,416 jobs, with the automotive industry playing an important role. With 16,995 employees, Audi in Neckarsulm is the region’s biggest employer (as of December 31, 2017). 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

  • 02/24/20
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    Audi Demonstrating 3D Printing Expertise with In-House Design Software in Neckarsulm

    The in-house team of 3D printing specialists at Audi’s Böllinger Höfe site has teamed up with trinckle, a company based in Berlin, to develop innovative design software. The objective is to enable any employee who needs a tool from the 3D printer to design it personally without needing extensive prior knowledge. The Audi e-tron GT is the first vehicle for which 3D printing is an established part of preparations for series production, which means that all the tools for assembly and pre-assembly are in place at the start of production.
  • 01/17/20
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    Issues that concern everyone: Audi “Wissenschaft im Dialog” 2020 lecture series

    Will people travel above the roads in the future instead of on them? What effects does digitalization have on the human brain? How is mental health evolving in a postmodern working world? Ten theme nights will take place from January to December as part of the Audi “Wissenschaft im Dialog” (“Academia in Dialogue”) public lecture series. Prof. Rolf Henke from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) starts things off on January 28. He analyzes the challenges in implementing air taxi concepts in urban infrastructures.
  • 01/17/20
    Technology

    Audi invests around EUR 100 million in charging infrastructure at own sites

    On its journey to becoming a provider of entirely CO2-neutral premium mobility, Audi is making excellent progress at its own sites. By the middle of 2022, the premium brand will equip one in ten parking spaces with a possibility to charge electric cars, most of which will be accessible to the public. This independent concept is the largest charging infrastructure project carried out by a German employer. The investment provides Audi with a head start in terms of setup and operation expertise for the hardware and software of such charging concepts while also allowing the company to pilot a new business area of mobility.

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