Perspective: Audi AG Press Conference 2005

February 23, 2006 By: Jason Teller “2005 was a very good year for Audi”. With those words Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi AG, kicked off the 2005 Audi Annual Press Conference. He did not exaggerate; in 2005 Audi posted record figures for vehicle sales, production, revenue and profit. […] More »

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Audi RS 4 Now Also in Avant and Cabriolet

February 22, 2006 Source: Audi AG From this summer, Audi will for the first time be offering additional versions of the RS 4. Following the successful market launch of the saloon at the end of last year, the Avant and Cabriolet versions will be appearing at dealers from the summer. This will round off the […] More »

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Annual Press Conference: Audi Success Continues

February 22, 2006 Source: Audi AG Profit before tax, revenue, production and vehicle sales reach record levels Further sales increases are the goal for 2006 Succession of new models and growth help to keep jobs secure Audi posted record figures again in the 2005 financial year for revenue, profit before tax, production and vehicle sales. […] More »

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Geneva 2006 Preview

February 20, 2006 By: Jason Teller Audi set for three world debuts in Geneva Last week Audi released a statement confirming that it would show three world premier automobiles at the Geneva show starting (Press Days) on February 28th. With so many both substantiated and unofficial upcoming new models in the Audi family, speculation immediately […] More »

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New Look for Audi Annual Report

February 20, 2006 Source: Audi AG Paulo Coelho and Donna Leon on mobility Interviews with Dirk Nowitzki, Felix Magath and Prof. Hänsch Everything is different this year: the Audi Annual Report is being published in magazine format for the first time. Famous authors from the worlds of journalism and literature take a closer look at […] More »

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