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  • The Audi Forum Ingolstadt
    11/12/18
    Models

    Federal Office for Motor Traffic (KBA) approval: Audi to start recall of diesel models in Germany

    On Wednesday Audi will begin the first of eight recalls for cars with V TDI engines in Germany. Following approval by the Federal Office for Motor Traffic (KBA) the company will initially be recalling around 31,200 vehicles to the workshops. In total, around 151,000 midsize and full-size cars in Germany are affected by the eight recall notices.
  • 11/09/18
    Company

    Exceptional situation impacts Audi deliveries also in October

    AUDI AG handed over approximately 117,600 automobiles to customers last month, a decrease of 25.7 percent compared with the prior-year period. In particular the exceptional situation in Europe continued to adversely affect deliveries. On the home continent, the company sold 52.7 percent fewer cars than in October 2017. In China, however, Audi achieved further growth of 5.4 percent last month. In North America, unit sales decreased by 14.9 percent due to upcoming model changes. Worldwide deliveries of 1,525,300 units in the first ten months of the year were at the level of the prior-year period.
  • 11/08/18
    Models

    Comfortable, versatile and connected: orders now being taken for new Audi Q3

    The new Audi Q3 is more striking, roomier and more versatile. At the same time it offers technical refinements from the full-size segment and a further developed suspension for enhanced driving dynamics with even more comfort. Audi is now accepting orders for the compact family SUV. The base price for the Q3 in Germany is 33,700 euros.
  • 11/06/18
    Culture and Trends

    Audi and beyond initiative speak out for responsible use of AI at global forum

    A society in which artificial intelligence benefits people and society: To those ends, Audi is involved in AI4People, the first global forum for an ethical approach to AI in Europe. At the “Towards a Good AI Society Summit” at the European Parliament in Brussels, the forum presented a 20-point plan for a responsible AI society. One of the focuses was on coordinating European AI research and establishing issues of the responsible use of new technologies more firmly in the minds of developers, legislators and the general public. “We need a European approach to artificial intelligence that combines innovation with our values,” stated Dr. Roland Villinger, Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and Chief Digital Officer (CDO) at AUDI AG, in Brussels.
  • 11/06/18
    Company

    Audi Autonomous Driving Cup 2018: Eight teams do battle for the title

    Eight university teams will be battling it out in the Audi Autonomous Driving Cup 2018 from November 12 to 14 to present the best autonomous driving car. For the first time, the participants have access to digital HD map material of the entire course. The museum mobile in Audi Forum Ingolstadt will now be hosting the competition for young talents for the fourth time.

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