Operating sustainably is one of the big challenges of our time. Every contribution counts when driving this change.
Gerhard de Haan studies the future. He believes that trust in innovations is the basis for social change.
At the finale of the GREENTECH FESTIVAL 2020, future projects and sustainability pioneers were honored.
Audi sponsors the GREEN AWARDS, supporting sustainable ideas that will make the world a better place to live.
At the 2021 GREENTECH FESTIVAL, Audi was spotlighting how to develop cars for a sustainable future.
German model shown. Stated specifications apply only in Germany and are not applicable in other regions.
Audi is shaping mobility – both now and for the future.
Greentech Festival founder Marco Voigt on eco-conscious lifestyles, the power of lucky breaks and sustainable tights.
Fast charging with a lounge: An Audi pilot project offers a sneak peek at tomorrow’s urban charging infrastructure for e-mobility.
As Audi builds up to the Greentech Festival, the Four Rings’ Chief Strategist, Silja Pieh, takes the long view on sustainability.
Khalfan Belhoul talks about Dubai’s ambitions in shaping the world to come through the Museum of the Future.
The future is an attitude. Michelin-starred chef Norbert Niederkofler talks about the need to make fine dining sustainable.
Greentech Festival CEO Judith Kühn-Gerres explains why crises also offer opportunities and how to take advantage of them.
In the Audi e-tron story, Anna Gasser explains why sustainability is particularly important to her as a winter sportsperson.
Audi Q4 e-tron: Power consumption (combined*) in kWh/100 km: 19.4–16.2CO₂ emissions (combined*) in g/km: 0Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions with ranges depending on the selected equipment of the vehicle.Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle.