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    February 3, 2010

    Source: Audi of America

    · Audi Super Bowl ad is third consecutive entry after success of past two ads

    · Green Police-themed ad supported with a unique social and viral media campaign

    · Campaign now live at www.youtube.com/greenpolice

    HERNDON, Va. – Audi announced that it has created a series of social media programs in support
    of its third Super Bowl ad.

    Both the ad and the social media elements will introduce the Green Police, an enforcement team created to
    protect and conserve the environment. In appropriate Super Bowl satirical fashion, the Green Police will produce
    “Public Service Announcements” designed to advise consumers on ways that they can make better choices to
    protect the environment. Fans can also take part in a Green Police quiz, designed to help the public understand
    the right choices when making complex decisions each day in order to become better global citizens.

    These videos are now live on a dedicated Green Police YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/greenpolice

    “The Green Police is, in many ways, a representation of the impact every day choices have on the environment—
    from choosing paper or plastic bags at the grocery store and drinking bottled water to the type of car we drive,”
    said Scott Keogh, chief marketing officer, Audi of America. “The star of our ad is the Audi A3 TDI, awarded the
    Green Car Journal’s 2010 ‘Green Car of the Year’ award, and clearly a great option for customers who want to
    be greener without sacrificing the thrill of driving.”

    On their way to Miami, a number of athletes and members of the media will drive Audi TDI clean diesel vehicles
    from the Audi headquarters in Herndon, Virginia, as they compete in the Audi Efficiency Challenge. These
    competitors will vie for the opportunity to assign a $20,000 donation to the charity of their choice.