Dialogue on future-oriented sustainability: Audi at the One Young World Summit

Innovations for a changing world: The One Young World Summit, held in Belfast from October 2nd to 5th, will bring together more than 2,000 young people to discuss the social tasks of our time. Audi will also be represented at the event again. Bentley, Volkswagen subsidiary Elli (Electric Life), Audi, and the Audi Environmental Foundation are sending a total of 34 employees and scholars from all over the world to Northern Ireland – with future-oriented projects and ideas in tow. Xavier Ros, Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources at AUDI AG, sees curiosity and openness to impulses from outside, along with never stopping learning, as fundamental tasks of our time and part of Audi’s DNA.
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Audi RS Q e-tron wows Paris with Stéphane Peterhansel/Edouard Boulanger

From the desert to the city: Audi is not only using the forward-looking drive technology of the RS Q e-tron in the Dakar Rally, but is also specifically demonstrating it in metropolises. After the rally car’s highly acclaimed city tour through Hamburg a year ago, Paris was now on the agenda. In the home of French Audi factory drivers Stéphane Peterhansel/Edouard Boulanger, the innovative low-emission prototype headed for renowned sights. A wave of joy and curiosity from many passers-by accompanied the emotional drive. The appearance of Audi’s high-tech ambassador generated a lot of sympathy and unique images.
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Sporty, beautiful, and innovative: the NSU/Wankel Spider

It was one of the stars at the 1963 IAA in Frankfurt: the NSU/Wankel Spider. The real sensation of the open two-seater was not its beautiful design; instead its inner qualities really excited the public. The heart of the sports car was the world’s first single-rotor wankel engine ever used in a production car. In this seventh episode on the history of NSU, Audi Tradition presents the NSU/Wankel Spider and its innovative drive concept.
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Audi Ingolstadt to achieve net carbon neutral production in 2024

The Audi plant in Ingolstadt will begin net carbon-neutral production on January 1, 2024. The main plant will commence building the new Audi Q6 e-tron series next year. After Brussels (Belgium, 2018) and Győr (Hungary, 2020), it will be the third Audi plant to operate with net zero emissions. In addition are the Audi R8 and e-tron GT quattro models, which have been built at Böllinger Höfe with net zero emissions since 2020. As part of its Mission:Zero environmental program, Audi has set itself the goal of achieving net carbon neutrality at all its sites worldwide by 2025. By then, the final steps will have been taken in Neckarsulm and San José Chiapa (Mexico).
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DTM victory and many other Audi customer successes

Audi Sport customer racing celebrated remarkable achievements on the fourth weekend in September. The second win of the season in the DTM, a success at the conclusion of the GT World Challenge Asia, a fourth triumph in a row in New Zealand and the first victory of the season in the Le Mans Cup together with a one-two-three in the TCR Europe were among the highlights.
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