Audi stands for sustainable, efficient, and flexible production. To achieve this goal, Audi relies on its global production network while, at the same time, transforming its highly qualified staff and leveraging digital technologies in the manufacturing process. To further reduce the environmental impact in the area of production and logistics, Audi is pursuing its central goal of making all Audi production sites worldwide net carbon neutral* by 2025.

*Audi understands net-zero carbon emissions to mean a situation in which, after other possible reduction measures have been exhausted, the company offsets the carbon emitted by Audi’s products or activities and/or the carbon emissions that currently cannot be avoided in the supply chain, manufacturing, and recycling of Audi vehicles through voluntary offsetting projects carried out worldwide. In this context, carbon emissions generated during a vehicle’s utilization stage, i.e., from the moment it is delivered to the customer, are not taken into account.


Press kit

  • Smart Production Audi 360factory
    From modular assembly as a response to increasing product variety, to virtual assembly planning for the resource-efficient design of infrastructure or the local server solution Edge Cloud 4 Production that is a paradigm shift in factory automation: Audi is building a fully networked, highly efficient, and sustainable way of production that uses new technologies and concepts to successfully meet the demands of the future. In doing so, Audi is looking at manufacturing as a whole - from the individual employee to the fully automated production cycle.
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Gerd Walker

Gerd Walker

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