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    By Audi Media

    Audi is to upgrade part of its vehicle electrical system from twelve to 48 volts. The move represents another technical building block for facilitating the integration of new automotive technologies while increasing the power and efficiency of its cars

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    Dynamic performance and efficiency: The new Audi TT impressively combines both qualities. Compared with the predecessor model, the compact sports car scores high with an increase in power output of up to 14 percent and a simultaneous decrease in greenhouse gas emissions of 11 percent. As the premium vehicle manufacturer states in its new life cycle assessment of the third-generation TT, this means that each car in the series saves around 5.5 tonnes of greenhouse gases over its entire life cycle. This includes not just carbon dioxide, but other substances such as methane, nitrous oxide and halogenated organic emissions

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    Positions two and three in DTM race at the Nürburgring Mike Rockenfeller and Edoardo Mortara on podium Four Audi RS 5 DTM cars retired after collisions Ingolstadt/Nürburg – A double podium for Audi in the DTM: At the Nürburgring, Mike Rockenfeller (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) and Edoardo Mortara (Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline) in front [...]

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    By Audi Media

    Sales chief Luca de Meo: “For the first time over a million deliveries in just seven months” Already more cars sold in China than in the whole of 2011 U.S. model offensive in the premium compact segment Ingolstadt – AUDI AG has started the second half of the year with further sales growth: global sales [...]

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    By Audi Media

    Audi of America today announced the launch of Audi energy®, a comprehensive program designed to help improve the electric vehicle ownership experience and reduce the carbon footprint that comes with vehicle production, distribution and driving