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Start of production for Audi Q4 e-tron

Audi stands for premium quality – thanks to a worldwide, flexible production network, highly qualified employees and one of the most efficient production systems in the entire automotive industry. Increasing digitalization is paving the way for the Smart Factory – the intelligent, digitally connected factory of the future. New high-tech solutions enhance the high quality level even further, while facilitating work in production and ensuring better ergonomics. Audi also pursues ambitious goals in environmental protection. The objective is for all Audi sites to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2025 – the plant in Brussels has already been carbon-neutral since the production start of the Audi e-tron in 2018. In its environmental program “Mission:Zero,” Audi consolidates its environmental protection measures in production in the four action areas of decarbonization in production and logistics, water usage, resource efficiency and biodiversity.

Press Releases

  • 08/31/22

    Audi Ingolstadt: Siegfried Schmidtner to become new plant manager in December

    A native of Ingolstadt will take over management of Audi’s parent plant: Siegfried Schmidtner, currently responsible for Product Engineering, will head the Ingolstadt site from December 1, 2022. He will succeed Achim Heinfling, who is retiring after more than 30 years at Audi.
  • 08/08/22

    Audi Production Lab: The link between an idea and high-volume production

    Audi uses its Production Lab, or P-Lab for short, to identify new and innovative technologies and reliably integrate them into production sequences. In Gaimersheim, just a few minutes drive from the Ingolstadt plant, experts under P-Lab director Henning Löser test the suitability of trailblazing new solutions for series production. That means finding and testing innovations that reliably help optimize efficiency, ergonomics, flexibility, and quality in Audi plants.
  • 08/01/22

    Modular Assembly: “We're making the assembly line more flexible and enhancing it.”

    Numerous derivatives and possibilities for individualization are increasing the variability of components and processes along the assembly line. In this interview, project manager Wolfgang Kern and Josef Weinzierl, a department head at Audi Assembly Planning, explain why modular assembly at many stations is more flexible and efficient for customer-individualized series production than the assembly line.

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Gerd Walker

Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG
Production and Logistics

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