Hungary’s auto industry plans gradual restart of production
15.April 2020

Automakers are restarting production at their factories in Hungary gradually after weeks of shutdown to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus. Hungary’s economy is heavily dependent on the vehicle manufacturing sector, which all but halted production last month when the pandemic began to spread in the central European country.

Audi gets ultimatum to remove illegal diesel software
18.September 2019

Germany’s KBA motor vehicle authority has told Audi that it faces penalties for its failure to remove illegal software from diesel cars that can manipulate emissions levels, the Bild am Sonntag newspaper reported.

Audi CEO Stadler arrested; Bram Schot to be named interim chief
19.June 2018

Volkswagen AG is preparing to name Bram Schot as interim leader of its Audi unit, according a person familiar with the matter, following the arrest of the luxury brand’s longtime chief Rupert Stadler over his role in VW’s diesel-emissions cheating.

Audi Ski Team congratulates to Ester
4.March 2018

Ester Ledecká enrolled with a sensational gain of two gold medals in two different disciplines in the history of winter sports. To her success, as well as a longtime member of the Audi Ski Team, Ondrej Bank, who worked with her in the Alpine disciplines, contributed as an assistant to one of Esther’s trainers.

Audi denies CEO Stadler will be replaced by Vahland
18.February 2018

German daily newspaper Bild reported that Stadler will be replaced in April because of his handling of Audi’s part in Volkswagen AG’s diesel-emissions scandal, with former Skoda CEO Winfried Vahland seen as his most likely successor.

Audi starts taking deposits for e-tron SUV
30.January 2018

Audi is taking deposits from potential customers for its new e-tron full-electric SUV in four European markets. The e-tron SUV is the first model in Audi’s electric car product offensive as the automaker seeks to restore its technology credentials badly dented by its involvement in parent Volkswagen Group’s diesel-rigging scandal.

Audi recalls 330,000 cars in Germany
21.December 2017

Audi said it was recalling 330,000 cars in Germany due to possible problems with electrical connections for the auxiliary heater that could cause fires.

Audi drops plan to sell Ducati motorcycle brand
13.December 2017

Audi has abandoned plans to sell its Italian motorcycle brand, Ducati, in a sign of confidence that the automaker expects to be able to carry the costs of its strategic overhaul following the diesel emissions scandal at parent Volkswagen Group.

Audi launches two new CNG cars
11.October 2017

AUDI director of Porsche CR Tomas Velek launched two new CNG-powered cars. In addition to the A3 g-tron, which is already on the offer for a long time, Oct. 10 at the Hodkovicky golf center showed the news in the form of A4 and A5 models, also called g-tron.

Audi presented new A8 in Podebrady
25.August 2017

The SOUNDTRACK Festival Podebrady hosted, on the 24-th of August, the first static show of the latest version of the Audi A8. Country manager Tomas Velek presented the car to the dealers, VIP clients and journalists.