Audi demonstrates involvement in and commitment to the Neuburg region Shared home to Audi Motorsport, customer racing, Audi driving experience and Technical Development Sustainability a crucial element of the site strategy
Motorsport, driving events and biodiversity; all part of Audi Neuburg. The land was acquired in January 2010, groundbreaking took place in summer 2012, and the 47-hectare high-tech facility was officially opened in summer 2014. Five years later, Neuburg at Danube is not only an Audi site but also a magnet for visitors. In that time, 115,000 people have dropped by, and around 60,000 customers from more than 50 countries have taken driving and safety courses. Audi Neuburg is the home of the Audi driving experience and the Motorsport Competence Center with Audi Motorsport and Audi Sport customer racing. Technical Development also tests driver assist and safety systems here. There are roughly 400 employees working at the site, which has a carbon-neutral energy supply. Habitats for numerous species of animals and plants have been created on the site.
The high-tech Audi Neuburg site is an integral element of the Neuburg region. It offers everything under one roof, with motorsport engineers designing, building and testing racing cars, technical developers testing assist systems for future use and customers having great fun driving the latest Audi models. On average, 750 driving events are held every year. The central customer building is very much in demand as a venue, with state-of-the-art conference rooms and a restaurant open to the public. DGNB, the German Sustainable Building Council, has honored this building with the platinum DGNB certificate for ecological construction. The facility’s energy supply is sustainable, too. Right from day one, Audi Neuburg has been supplied with carbon-neutral waste heat from local industry. New to the off-road course this season is the Audi e-tron*, Audi’s first all-electric series-production car. All racing cars