10,000,000 Engines Produced at Audi Hungaria

July 6, 2005 Source: Audi AG Landmark engine for the Hungarian traffic police’s Audi TT model Dr. Jochem Heizmann hands over vehicle to the Hungarian police president The Hungarian traffic police is now particularly quick on the road: AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. (AHM) has installed its ten millionth engine – a 1.8-litre four-cylinder five-valve engine […] More »

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Record Sales at Audi

July 6, 2005 Source: Audi AG INGOLSTADT, Germany – Audi was able to announce another record-breaking month for vehicle sales in June 2005. Over 78,700 new cars (June 2004: 67,721) were handed over to customers worldwide. This is equivalent to an increase of 16.3 percent compared with the same month last year. The number of […] More »

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Already Over 110,000 Registrations for “Q7 Globe”

July 5, 2005 Source: Audi AG 38 countries currently use the online portal for the new Audi SUV The largest multi-channel marketing project of Audi Broadband microsite with information, films and downloads A film containing images of trials with a camouflaged Audi Q7 in the desert, designers explaining the styling of the future Audi SUV […] More »

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Audi Appoints New UK Director

July 5, 2005 Source: Audi UK With effect from 1st August 2005, Jeremy Hicks is appointed Director of Audi UK to oversee the next chapter in the German prestige brand’s remarkable UK sales success story. Jeremy, moving from his position as Head of Group Service in the Volkswagen Group UK, takes over from Kevin Rose, […] More »

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Team ADT Champion Racing Finishes 1st and 2nd at Lime Rock

July 4, 2005 Source: Champion Racing LAKEVILLE, CT. – Today’s one-two finish by Team ADT Champion Racing at Lime Rock Park didn’t come easy. Heavy traffic, multiple incidents, and an extremely bumpy track challenged the drivers and the crew throughout the 2:45 minute New England Grand Prix. In the end, JJ Lehto and Marco Werner […] More »

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