Greentech Festival founder Marco Voigt on eco-conscious lifestyles, the power of lucky breaks and sustainable tights.
Ken Block is a rally driver and an Internet superstar. We talked to him about electric cars, progress and his partnership with Audi.
The Audi RS e-tron GT is a production vehicle that is not designed or suitable for use on the racetrack or in a rally.
Annegret Maier and Boris Meiners take a look at what the near and distant future hold for digital mobility.
Oliver Hoffmann, Member of the Board of Management for Technical Development at AUDI AG, talks about 50 years of “Vorsprung durch Technik” and the Four Rings’ future.
The Audi Q4 e-tron’s new digital daytime running lights are customizable and display dynamic light sequences.
Audi Q4 e-tron: Power consumption, combined*: 18.2–15.8 kWh/100km (NEDC); 21.3–17.0 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
Stated specifications apply only in Germany and are not applicable in other regions.
At the Audi Technical Development division, engineers are working on translating that special Audi driving experience to the new Audi electric vehicles.
The Audi A6 e-tron concept¹ is a study representing the all-electric executive class.
¹ The vehicle shown here is a concept car that is not available as a production model.
Find out about how the fully electric Audi e-tron GT quattro is being produced at Böllinger Höfe by melding craftsmanship and smart factory technology.
Audi e-tron GT quattro: Power consumption, combined*: 19.6–18.8 kWh/100km (NEDC); 21.8–19.9 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
Marc Lichte, head of Audi design, answers nine questions about the Audi e-tron GT quattro.
German model shown. Stated specifications apply only in Germany and are not applicable in other regions.
Even the tiniest improvements in aerodynamics add to an electric car’s range. This has triggered a quest for perfection in the Audi e-tron models.
In this interview, Dr. Henning Löser, head of the Audi Production Lab, discusses how integrating a culture of ideas and using big data in production and other projects will fundamentally change the way vehicles are built.
The Audi RS Q8 – the most powerful SUV coupé ever produced by Audi – is setting the benchmark in terms of sportiness and highly inspirational engineering.
Audi RS Q8: Fuel consumption, combined*: 12.3–12.1 l/100kmCO₂ emissions, combined*: 281–276 g/km
Light provides so much more than mere illumination on an Audi: The headlights are a defining design feature and give expression to digital technology.
Audi Q5: Fuel consumption, combined*: 7.5–4.7 l/100kmCO₂ emissions, combined*: 181–123 g/km