Miami Dolphins Quarterback Chad Henne wins Audi Efficiency Challenge, $20,000 for charity
Similar to the 2008 Audi Mileage Marathon, where participants drove from New York to Los Angeles, the Audi Efficiency Challenge was designed to showcase the mileage and performance possibilities that Audi TDI clean diesel technology provides in real-world driving conditions. Drivers participating took their Audi Q7 TDI SUVs from the frigid temperatures of Washington D.C. to the temperate beauty of Miami, encountering all manner of conditions along the way and using their own ingenuity, coupled with extraordinary Audi engineering to find the best route and maintain the best mileage.
The Audi Efficiency Challenge for Charity served to support this years Audi Super Bowl commercial, which features Green Car Journals 2010 Green Car of the Year, the Audi A3 TDI. The A3 TDI beat out such esteemed competitors as the Toyota Prius and the Honda Insight to win the coveted award. This Super Bowl ad will mark the Audis third year in the game after a nearly 20-year hiatus.
Audi TDI clean diesel technology is the cleanest and most fuel-efficient in the world, said Scott Keogh, chief marketing officer, Audi of America. With the Audi Efficiency Challenge, we brought that message to life: that Audi TDI clean diesel technology provides a fun, viable opportunity to positively impact your environment without sacrificing all the things that made people love to drive in the first place.
The Audi A3 TDI and Audi Q7 TDI SUV are available in dealerships nationwide. This years Audi Super Bowl spot will be 60-seconds long and appear in the fourth quarter of the game.