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40 years of Audi five-cylinder engines

1976: World premiere of the first Audi five-cylinder gasoline engine

Five-cylinder engine delivering 136 hp presented for the first time in 1976 in the Audi 100 Successful engine concept for series production and rallying 2.5 TFSI voted “Engine of the Year” seven times in a row since 2010 40 years ago, Audi presented the first five-cylinder gasoline engine in the second-generation Audi 100. Enhancements and new […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2016

Audi and the FIA WEC break new ground in Mexico

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FIA WEC makes debut in Mexico City Highest race at 2,300 meters above sea level Audi drivers di Grassi/Duval/Jarvis currently second in the standings Just one month before the factory opening, Audi starts the crucial phase of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in Mexico. Five of the nine championship races on the calendar are […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2016

Audi starts transmission production in China

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New factory in Tianjin to supply highly efficient transmissions for new Audi A4 L Joachim Wedler, President of Audi China: “Milestone in our localization strategy” Collaboration with Volkswagen Automatic Transmission Tianjin creates synergies between Group brands Audi is expanding its activities in China. Together with Volkswagen Automatic Transmission Tianjin (VWATJ), the premium brand is inaugurating a new […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2016

Audi announces the first vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) service – the new Traffic light information system

New Traffic light information system communicates with municipal traffic signals to inform the driver when traffic lights turn from red to green. Traffic light information system is first step in vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) integration, set to launch in select smart cities this fall in the U.S. System will be available on select 2017 Audi […] More »

  Comments | By - August 16, 2016

The innovative shock absorber system from Audi: New technology saves fuel and enhances comfort

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Horizontally arranged electric motors replace telescopic shock absorbers Future system enables energy recuperation in the suspension Electromechanical rotary dampers increase ride comfort In the mobility of the future, the recuperation of energy plays an increasingly important role, including in a car’s suspension. Audi is working on a prototype called “eROT,” in which electromechanical rotary dampers […] More »

  Comments | By - August 12, 2016

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