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Audi Hungaria: 40 Million Engines – from Győr to the World
- The 40 millionth engine from Győr was an electric drive
- Peter Kössler, Board Member for Production and Logistics, AUDI AG: “Audi Hungaria has become the electric drive manufacturing centre of the Audi Group, and continues to make steady progress along the path of electromobility”
- Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: “Our highly trained team is ready for the challenges of the future”
The 40 millionth engine has rolled off Audi Hungaria’s production lines: a 190 horsepower (140 kW) electric drive, which will be transported from the plant to Brussels on CO2-neutral, “green trains”, where it will be installed into a purely electric Audi e-tron model. Audi Hungaria started making engines in 1994, and has grown to become the largest engine manufacturer in the world. 2018 was the beginning of a new era, as Audi Hungaria began series production of electric motors, with over 200,000 units manufactured in Győr to date. In the spirit of electromobility, the company is already preparing to manufacture the next generation of electric motors.