Audi to display strategic vision and electrified portfolio at Auto China 2024

Ahead of Auto China 2024 in Beijing, Audi is poised to showcase its strategy and all-electric portfolio for the world’s largest automotive market. With them, the brand with the four rings is strengthening the foundation for continued success in the country. Highlights at the booth include the world premiere of the Audi Q6L e-tron, set to be produced at the new Audi FAW NEV Company factory in Changchun. At Volkswagen’s Group Night and at an Audi press conference on opening day, Audi will also outline its further roadmap for the electric transformation of its offering in China.
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Twice the adrenaline rush: The Audi e-tron GT prototype and the Ducati Panigale V4 R

Both models are real eye-catchers. The prototype for the e-tron GT family and the Ducati Panigale V4 R equally embody sporty-elegant design as well as pure performance. With their unique characteristics, Audi’s electric Gran Turismo and the uncompromising motorcycle primarily designed for the racetrack from the Italian Borgo Panigale, are the pinnacle of technology and passion.
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High-performance, agile, expressive: the new Audi S3

With a host of new features, the Audi S3 is more than just a product upgrade: Increased output, a torque splitter, and other technology highlights ensure strong performance and agile handling. Visually, the compact model reflects its increased dynamics with an expressive front design, a sporty diffuser, and a four-pipe performance exhaust system. The Audi S3 will be available at dealerships as a Sportback and as a sedan in the second quarter of 2024. Price: from 55,600 euro.
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Lectures at the Audi museum mobile: On the history of wind tunnels and the “Göttingen Egg”

At the next evening of lectures at the Audi museum mobile, the two experts Gerhard Wickern and Horst-Dieter Görg will provide insights into the history of wind tunnels and a particularly aerodynamic vehicle called the Schlörwagen – also known as the “Göttingen Egg”. The event starts at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, at the Audi museum mobile. Registration is required.
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