Audi production in Münchsmünster is picking up speed
- More than a million chassis components and 30,000 aluminum structural components already produced in 2015
- Production Board Member Prof. Dr. Hubert Waltl: “Münchsmünster is a key part of the Audi growth strategy.”
- Audi is a major driving force for Bavaria
The new Audi production site in Münchsmünster is approximately 30 kilometers (18.6 mi) east of the main production facility in Ingolstadt. Hot and cold formed pressed parts, high tech chassis components and lightweight aluminum structural components, among others, are being produced here for the new Audi Q7. By 2017, a total of 900 employees will be working at the site and shipping out 26 million parts worldwide annually. The production site in Münchsmünster, the high tech Audi Neuburg complex and the future innovation campus (abbreviated “INCampus”) are making the Audi Ingolstadt site a key force behind growth in Bavaria.