Relive the world premiere: The Audi RS e-tron GT was unveiled on 9 February. The videos are available here.
Audi RS e-tron GT: Power consumption, combined*: 20.2–19.3 kWh/100km (NEDC); 22.5–20.6 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
Audi e-tron GT quattro02/12/2021
Marc Lichte, head of Audi design, answers nine questions about the Audi e-tron GT quattro.
Audi e-tron GT quattro: Power consumption, combined*: 19.6–18.8 kWh/100km (NEDC); 21.6–19.9 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
German model shown. Stated specifications apply only in Germany and are not applicable in other regions.
A sound journey: Exploring the creative process, sources of inspiration and challenges in designing the new Audi e-tron GT quattro model’s sound.
Stated specifications apply only in Germany and are not applicable in other regions.
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 RS e-tron GT02/18/2021
Audi wheel designer Andreas Valencia Pollex is reinventing the wheel for electric vehicles—in terms of both design and aerodynamics.
Audi e-tron GT quattro02/16/2021
Formula E racing driver Lucas di Grassi on his drive for a better tomorrow, the mobility revolution and his children’s future.
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.
Discover how Audi is helping to shape the mobility of the future. Concept cars, e-tron, OLED technology, Audi Sport, and more. Future is an attitude.
Digital OLED technology10/01/2020
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
The future of interior10/01/2020
Concept cars like the Audi AI:ME already offer a glimpse into the future of driving, with priority often given to the interior.
The vehicle shown here is a concept car and is not available as a production model.
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
Moving toward more sustainable production10/01/2020
Operating sustainably is one of the big challenges of our time. Every contribution counts when driving this change.
Social scientist Gerhard de Haan studies the future. He believes that trust in innovations is the basis for social change.
Innovative paintwork will play a key role in the future of electromobility at Audi. Thanks to game-changing reflective pigments.
What might tomorrow’s electromobility look like? And what role does autonomous driving have to play? A concept car provides a preview of the future.
Better visibility, more precise illumination: Audi is constantly building a technological advantage with the headlights and taillights on its vehicles.
Audi is already working on a new lighting concept for tomorrow’s mobility solutions. The focus is on people – and biologically effective light.
The future of product design11/20/2020
Award-winning Amsterdam-based creative studio Formafantasma has a vision: future product design needs a radical rethink to be truly innovative and sustainable.
The future of fashion11/20/2020
London-based label CuteCircuit is considered a pioneer of smart fashion. With their SoundShirt the designers define the future of clothing.
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 Brand Experience Center at Munich Airport combines sustainable architecture with a recharging station for electric cars.
At the GREEN AWARDS, the grand finale of the GREENTECH FESTIVAL 2020, innovative future projects and sustainability pioneers were honored.
In China, the Audi Innovation Research team investigates the complex and dynamic developments in the carmaker’s largest single market.
The future is unfolding right now. Daniel Cronin, entrepreneur and host of the MQ! Innovation Summit, talks us through start-up culture and the opportunities inherent in digitalization.
Internet ethicist Tristan Harris campaigns for a more principled social media industry. Everyone who regularly spends time online needs to be aware of his insights.
Twenty-two-year-old mountain biker Erik Fedko ranks among the world’s brightest slopestyle stars. So how does he manage to continually push past his own limits?
The &Audi initiative is devoted to digital networking and artificial intelligence. In this interview, project manager Saskia Lexen explains the initiative’s goals and how it pursues them.
Audi is ensuring that employees from the various business areas get a head start on the digital future with special qualifications from the Audi Academy.
Talks on equal terms: As an active Bits & Pretzels partner, Audi once again hosted a program in 2020 with international experts.
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