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Audi museum mobile presents: DKW VEMAG and the new dawn in Brazil

In front of the historic main entrance to the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro: DKW Fissore (left) and DKW Belcar.
  • “Ordem & Progresso“: new special exhibition at the Audi museum mobile from May 21
  • Audi Tradition documents the Company’s history in the host country of the 2014 World Cup
  • The DKW brought two-stroke mobility to the country of football and the bossa nova

When the Brazilian football team first won the World Cup in 1958, South America’s largest and most populous country was at the dawning of a new era. Football star Pelé rocketed to fame, the architect Oscar Niemeyer designed the new capital city Brasilia as a modern utopia, and the bossa nova sound spread all over the world from the Copacabana. How Auto Union GmbH from Ingolstadt accompanied this new dawn with its DKW cars is illustrated in the latest special exhibition at the Audi museum mobile: “Ordem & Progresso – DKW VEMAG and the new dawn in Brazil” (May 21 to September 21, 2014). “Order and Progress” is the official motto of Brazil.

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