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    By Audi Media

    Audi is launching an extensive investment program for the next five years: Between 2014 and 2018, a total of around €22 billion will flow into new models, innovations and the continuous expansion of the worldwide production network. Seventy percent of the investments is intended for new models and technologies. The German sites will also benefit from the largest technical development and investment program in company history – more than half of the planned investment will go to the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites. Moreover, Audi also plans to create more jobs globally in 2014

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    Organizing working routines in one’s own responsibility: that’s group work at Audi. AUDI AG introduced this new way of working in production already 20 years ago. Before that, there was a strictly hierarchical organization of working processes and employees were barley involved in their planning. Today, Audi employees work independently in groups, are responsible for their units and are integrated into change processes. The concept of group work has proven its worth at Audi and is put into general practice at the production sites of the brand with the four rings

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    Mattias Ekström and Timo Scheider are staying with Audi Mike Rockenfeller competes as title defender Head of Motorsport Dr. Ullrich: “Important pillars of our squad” Ingolstadt – It’s been sealed: For the first time in DTM history, Audi will be competing with three DTM Champions in the 2014 season. Following Mike Rockenfeller (D/30), Mattias Ekström [...]

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    Wolfgang Egger (50), Head of Design at Audi since May 2007, is to move to the Audi subsidiary Italdesign Giugiaro S.p.A. as Styling Director with effect as of February 1, 2014. His successor at Audi will be Marc Lichte (44), who is currently in charge of Exterior Design for the Volkswagen brand.

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    At the world premiere of the new Audi R18 e-tron quattro, Audi unveiled another technical highlight of its new LMP1 sports car in Ingolstadt on Wednesday night. In 2014, the brand with the four rings will be running with laser light for the first time in the Le Mans 24 Hours and in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).