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02.11.2010 | Press Release
The sound of silence: How Audi is working on the acoustics of future electric cars
The sonorous sound of a six-cylinder engine; the silky murmur of a V8: the sounds of combustion engines are a constant of road traffic that everyone can associate with a car. With electric cars all...
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13.07.2010 | Press Release
Audi ur-quattro and R8 e-tron win the Silvretta Classic and E-Auto Rally
The Audi team secured a double victory for the four rings in the inaugural “Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010” and the 13th “Silvretta Classic Montafon” with the Audi e-tron technology...
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08.07.2010 | Press Release
First stage: Audi R8 e-tron in “Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010”
Audi has entered an e-tron technology platform wrapped in the skin of an R8 in the Silvretta E-Auto Rally Montafon 2010. Michael Dick, Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG for Technical...
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14.06.2010 | Press Release
Audi e-tron at 24 Hours of Le Mans
Audi presents an Audi e-tron technology platform based on the R8 at the most important sports car race of the year. Racing legend
Frank Biela drove the purely electric powered high-performance...

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01.06.2010 | Press Release
Audi successful at Michelin Challenge Bibendum
Audi has made a successful start to the Michelin Challenge Bibendum 2010. Right at the start of this forum for sustainable mobility in Rio de Janeiro, the brand with the four rings recorded two...
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11.01.2010 | Press Release
The Detroit showcar Audi e-tron shows another variant of an electric vehicle developed by Audi
Audi is showing an uncompromising purist compact sports car with all-electric drive at the first major auto show of 2010. The Detroit showcar Audi e-tron is the name of this 3.93 meter (154.72 in)...
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15.09.2009 | Press Release
The Audi e-tron
Audi presents the highlight of the IAA 2009: the e-tron, a high-performance sports car with a purely electric drive system. Four motors – two each at the front and rear axles – drive the wheels...
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