Uphill, downhill: the Audi through the terrain

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October 31, 2011

Source: Audi AG

· Off-road test training

· Peter Ventzke, new vehicle delivery Neckarsulm manager: “Making the pick up process even more exciting”

· Audi offers a trip, in and around Neckarsulm

Off-road driving fun: Customers who pick up their new car in the Audi Forum Neckarsulm can schedule an off-road training course. In the customer’s car, or one of Audi’s Q3, Q5 or Q7, with an instructor they go through one off-road course at the nearby training ground in Asbach.

“It was great: whether gravel road, ditch, steep slopes or traverse – the Q5 takes it all stride. That was a special experience” says Manfred Pesch from Bornheim. An enthusiastic all-wheel driver who had been in the A6 allroad quattro on the road, has picked up its new Q5 in Neckarsulm. Since the off-road test training course fit perfectly.

The trail leads through a practice area in Baden near Asbach Neckarbischofsheim. An instructor explains to the participants the quattro all-wheel drive and offers tips for road driving. Then leads the participants through maneuvers that correspond to mild to moderate field, forest and mountain trails. “The seminar provides a gentle introduction to learn about our off-road SUV models,” explains Peter Ventzke. “In addition to the brand experience at the Audi Forum and the factory tour is a great opportunity to try out there, our cars even beyond the usual limits.”

The vehicle delivery Neckarsulm offers seven other tourism services, including an exclusive wine tour experience, a city and a golf trip to Heidelberg, spa and wellness stays in Wald & Schlosshotel Friedrichsruhe.

Peter Ventzke – As of October 1st , Peter works as head of the vehicle delivery in Neckarsulm, succeeding Michael Bauer. A native of North Rhine-Westphalia was formerly the Audi Berlin office and oversaw the sale to the highest federal authorities and diplomats.


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