Audi Plans New Working Time Systems

October 24, 2002 The personnel management and Works Council of AUDI AG have now established the main points of future personnel policy at a closed meeting. Securing jobs on a long-term basis at the Audi plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm is the focal point of this policy. New working time systems that will enable flexible […] More »

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Audi Works Driver Frank Biela ADAC Motor Sportsman of the Year 2002

October 24, 2002 Major award for Audi works driver Frank Biela: The three-time winner of the Le Mans 24 Hour race and former DTM champion was voted the ADAC Motor Sportsman of the Year 2002 by an expert panel of judges. “This award is a truly great honour,” declares the Neuss-born Audi pilot. “I´m absolutely […] More »

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Audi A4 1.8T: Now Also With 190 bhp

October 24, 2002 A new, especially powerful version of the 1.8-litre turbo engine is to appear in the Audi A4. With 140 kW (190 bhp) and a torque of 240 Newton-metres, this power unit takes on the role of the top athlete in the range’s four-cylinder models. A time of only 8.2 seconds to accelerate […] More »

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Audi Finally Changes Revered TT quattro

      October 21, 2002 The most visually elusive exterior improvement made to any car on show at next week’s British International Motor Show belongs to the Audi TT quattro. For the 2003 model year, Audi has subtly modified the body of the iconic sports car that in 1999 famously progressed from striking prototype […] More »

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Kristensen Wins and Becomes New ALMS Champ at Road Atlanta

October 12, 2002 Audi AG Press Release The new ALMS (American Le Mans Series) Champion is Tom Kristensen. As it was already clear before the final round at Road Atlanta, that only Audi drivers could achieve this years’ title, the 35-year-old Dane together with partner Rinaldo Capello won the classic “Petit Le Mans” to clinch […] More »

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