Lecture at the Audi museum mobile: The “New Plant” – the history of the Auto Union plant in Ingolstadt

The company today known as Audi was once “Auto Union”. The plant with the four rings on Ettinger Strasse, now as big as the Principality of Monaco, was built in the late 1950s on a greenfield site on the outskirts of Ingolstadt. Audi historian Ralf Friese will recount how it all began in his lecture on Wednesday, November 15, entitled “The ‘New Plant’ – The History of the Auto Union Plant on Ettinger Strasse”. The lecture begins at 6 PM at the Audi museum mobile; registration is required.
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