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Audi stands for sustainability along the entire value chain of its cars and services. For Audi, acting sustainably means taking account of the ecological, economic and social consequences of every decision. Only then can the brand with the Four Rings be a good employer in the long term, remain competitive, delight its customers, protect the environment and ensure a future worth living for future generations. Audi is therefore pushing forward with the development of innovative drive systems and follows the principles of a sustainable recycling economy. This means that sustainable actions begin with procurement and reach as far as vehicle recycling.

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  • 10/26/18
    Company

    New power from old cells: Audi and Umicore develop closed loop battery recycling

    Milestone reached: Audi and Umicore have successfully completed phase one of their strategic research cooperation for battery recycling. The two partners are developing a closed loop for components of high-voltage batteries that can be used again and again. Particularly valuable materials are set to become available in a raw materials bank.
  • 10/18/18
    Company

    Offer for the future: Audi offers customers a new environmental and exchange incentive

    Offer for the future for diesel drivers: Audi is renewing the fleet of vehicles on the roads and thus supporting the package of measures to improve air quality. Customers who replace their existing diesel vehicle with the Euro 1 to Euro 4 emission standards will receive a price incentive on their new car. This incentive is staggered depending on the model and amounts to between 3,000 and 10,000 euros. Audi is also offering a new exchange incentive for customers in 14 German cities and the neighboring rural districts. It is paid out when a Euro 4 or Euro 5 car is traded in and amounts to up to 9,000 euros.
  • 10/16/18
    Company

    Munich II public prosecutor concludes regulatory offences proceedings by issuing administrative order imposing a fine (Bußgeldbescheid) / AUDI AG accepts the fine and, by doing so, admits its responsibility

    The Munich II public prosecutor today issued an administrative order against AUDI AG in its capacity as affected party (Betroffene) pursuant to sections 30 para. 1, 130 para. 1 of the German Act on Regulatory Offences (Ordnungswidrigkeitengesetz – OWiG) in the context of deviations from regulatory requirements in certain V6 and V8 diesel aggregates and diesel vehicles manufactured or distributed by AUDI AG. As a result of the administrative order imposing the fine, the active regulatory offence proceedings conducted by the Munich II public prosecutor against AUDI AG will be finally terminated. Considering these special items the Audi Group will significantly undercut major financial key performance indicators forecasted for the fiscal year 2018.
  • 10/15/18
    Company

    Audi at One Young World Summit 2018: Sustainable ideas for the world of tomorrow

    On its way to a sustainable future worth living, Audi is stopping off at the One Young World Summit 2018 in The Hague together with committed employees and external scholarship holders. From October 17 to 20, the young people there will discuss concepts for improved sustainability, education and environmental protection with a further 1,500 participants from a total of about 200 countries. The Audi Environmental Foundation will later turn selected ideas into reality worldwide.

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  • 11/22/17
    Technology

    TechDay Quality

    Quality is a core competence of the brand with the four rings. To inspire with quality leadership in the premium segment is Audi’s aspiration with regard to the mobility of the future. Audi customers have expectations for the function, comfort, value and reliability of their cars that are every bit as great as those of people using premium mobility and other services – and that will hold even more true in the future.

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  • 11/22/17
    Audi MediaCenter

    Tech Day Quality

    Quality is a core competence of the brand with the four rings. To inspire with quality leadership in the premium segment is Audi’s aspiration with regard to the mobility of the future. Audi customers have expectations for the function, comfort, value and reliability of their cars that are every bit as great as those of people using premium mobility and other services – and that will hold even more true in the future.

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