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26.06.2013 | Press Release
Jürgen Partenheimer pays Audi a visit
During the summer AUDI AG in Ingolstadt will be visited by the Sammlung Moderne Kunst that is part of the Bavarian State Painting Collections...
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30.11.2012 | Press Release
Future mobility at the Audi museum mobile
The Audi museum mobile in Ingolstadt is offering a preview of future mobility...
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10.08.2012 | Press Release
Home again: the last Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger Silver Arrow returns to Audi
“This is one of the most emotional moments in our heritage work for AUDI AG – we have come full circle,” says Thomas Frank, Head of Audi Tradition...
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10.08.2012 | Photo
Home again: the last Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger Silver Arrow returns to Audi
One of the most beautiful racing cars in the history of motor sport: the Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger racing car dating from 1939 is now back at AUDI AG.
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10.08.2012 | Photo
Home again: the last Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger Silver Arrow returns to Audi
The most striking detail of the Auto Union Type D in the version dating from 1939 is the air scoop at the back, which was reshaped to make room for the second supercharger beneath. This additional device boosted power output from 420 to 485 horsepower.
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10.08.2012 | Photo
Home again: the last Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger Silver Arrow returns to Audi
Timeless, breathtaking design: 485 hp from the engine meant a top speed of 330 km/h. The twin-supercharger Auto Union Type D won the French and Yugoslavian Grand Prix races in 1939.
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10.08.2012 | Photo
Home again: the last Auto Union Type D twin-supercharger Silver Arrow returns to Audi
Built more than 70 years ago, carried off 67 years ago to the former USSR, lost without trace, forgotten – and now back with Audi: the two Auto Union Type D cars dating from 1938 (in the background) and 1939.
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07.08.2012 | Press Release
DTM history at the Audi museum mobile
In its “Good Times” exhibition, the Audi museum mobile shows more than 20 years of DTM history at Audi. Visitors can relive many magical moments in which Audi racing teams took the chequered flag...
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10.11.2011 | Press Release
Around the world in a year with Audi Tradition
“Discover Worlds with Audi Tradition”: This is the title of the Audi Tradition calendar for 2012, with 13 different classic vehicles from the company’s history of more than 100 years pictured in 13...
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10.11.2011 | Photo
Around the world in a year with Audi Tradition
Anyone who has ever driven in the Mille Miglia race will be longing for this moment: driving by night through Rome, to St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City, to savour this unique moment in a classic car.
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10.11.2011 | Photo
Around the world in a year with Audi Tradition
Brazilian DKW vehicles under the world-famous statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro: in the 1950s and 1960s DKW models were built in Brazil under licence, such as the DKW Fissore (left) or the DKW Belcar.
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10.11.2011 | Photo
Around the world in a year with Audi Tradition
The rediscovery of the “last Horch”: this unique car was found again in a scrap yard in Texas, USA.
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10.11.2011 | Photo
Around the world in a year with Audi Tradition
Historic cars in the centre of magnificent shots of landscapes and cities: the calendar “Discover Worlds with Audi Tradition” offers a feast for the eyes in every month of the coming year 2012.
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27.04.2010 | Press Release
“The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro” at the Audi museum mobile
30 years ago the first Audi quattro was the focus of attention at the Geneva Motor Show. To celebrate this anniversary, the Audi museum mobile in Ingolstadt has organised a special exhibition...
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Panoramic view of the new exhibition “The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro”
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Ferguson Climax P99 (1961): the only Formula 1 racing car with four-wheel drive that ever won a Grand Prix.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
A look at the four-wheel-drive history of AUDI AG: a DKW Munga from 1963 (right) and the VW Iltis from 1978 developed by Audi (left). Both provided the initial spark for quattro technology.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Four-wheel-drive technology on the moon: a replica of the moon buggy of 1971 has four-wheel drive with four electric motors, one on each wheel.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
The original Audi quattro: the world’s first series-production sports car with permanent four-wheel drive.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Insight into the new exhibition “The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro”
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
The four-wheel drive Lotus 63 could be seen on race circuits during the three-litre era of 1969.
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27.04.2010 | Photo
The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro
Insight into the new exhibition “The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro”
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21.04.2010 | Photo
The winning four – moon buggy
This is without doubt the exhibit in the special exhibition “The Winning Four – 30 Years of quattro” exhibition in the Audi museum mobile that will attract the most attention: a replica of the moon buggy.
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21.04.2010 | Photo
The winning four – Iltis quattro
Winter games in the Turracher Höhe. Even in the trials phase, the VW Iltis and Audi quattro made use of the reliable snowy conditions on this high-altitude pass for test purposes.
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