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Pure driving dynamics: the new Audi R8 V10 RWS

The training centre of the future fits in a suitcase: A computer, a pair of virtual reality glasses and two controllers are all it takes for the new interactive learning program for Audi packing logistics. The program makes it fun for employees to learn the packing process for CKD Logistics (CKD = completely knocked down). The exercises are designed like a video game and the equipment is quick and easy to set up anywhere.

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Audi Innovation Award Submission Deadline extended to 1 October 2017

The training centre of the future fits in a suitcase: A computer, a pair of virtual reality glasses and two controllers are all it takes for the new interactive learning program for Audi packing logistics. The program makes it fun for employees to learn the packing process for CKD Logistics (CKD = completely knocked down). The exercises are designed like a video game and the equipment is quick and easy to set up anywhere.

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Audi at the IAA 2017: Autonomous driving in three steps

The training centre of the future fits in a suitcase: A computer, a pair of virtual reality glasses and two controllers are all it takes for the new interactive learning program for Audi packing logistics. The program makes it fun for employees to learn the packing process for CKD Logistics (CKD = completely knocked down). The exercises are designed like a video game and the equipment is quick and easy to set up anywhere.

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Audi uses virtual reality to train Logistics employees

The training centre of the future fits in a suitcase: A computer, a pair of virtual reality glasses and two controllers are all it takes for the new interactive learning program for Audi packing logistics. The program makes it fun for employees to learn the packing process for CKD Logistics (CKD = completely knocked down). The exercises are designed like a video game and the equipment is quick and easy to set up anywhere.

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More powerful than ever: The new TT RS Coupé

Audi is sending the most powerful TT ever into the competitive field. Its newly developed five-cylinder engine delivers 400 hp – accompanied by an unmistakable sound. Driving pleasure guaranteed! The new TT RS is now available in the Middle East markets including Bahrain, KSA, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, UAE, Lebanon and Jordan.

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Audi Middle East appoint new Aftersales Director and Digitalization Manager

Egemen Adiyaman, 39 years old, has been appointed After Sales Director of Audi Middle East and Chris Gale, 27 years old, has also been assigned a newly created role for the subsidiary as Digitalization Manager.

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Audi appoints four new Board of Management

Changes at the top of Finance, IT and Integrity, Marketing and Sales, Human Resources and Organization, and Production and Logistics

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Awards for Audi from May to July 2017

Audi has won awards in Mexico for the A4, A3 Sedan and the Q7 from Automovil Panamericano Magazine and in the USA with the J.D. Power APEAL customer satisfaction study for the A4, A3 Sedan and the A7

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Two numbers to signify the future – new power output designations at Audi

Audi is adopting a standardized nomenclature for the power output designations of its worldwide range of automobiles. The names of the model series – from Audi A1 to Audi Q7 – will remain unchanged. Within the model families, combinations of two numbers will replace the various type designations previously used. The new designations stand for the specific power output and apply both to cars with combustion engines and to e-tron models with hybrid and electric engines.

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Human robot cooperation: KLARA facilitates greater diversity of versions in production at Audi

New robot colleague in the assembly of Audi A4/A5 models: People and robot now work side by side without a protective fence. With this human-robot cooperation (HRC), the smart factory comes closer to reality at the Audi plant in Ingolstadt. “Adhesive application with robot assistance,” abbreviated from the German as KLARA, provides support with the installation of roofs made of carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) in the new Audi RS 5 Coupe (fuel consumption combined in l/100 km: 8.7; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 197*). So, for the first time, Audi is using an HRC light robot in its main plant for applying adhesive in final assembly.

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Audi sales grow in July to new all-time high

AUDI AG has increased its worldwide deliveries in July by 3.5 percent year-on-year. With around 154,600 cars sold, the company achieved the highest July sales in its history. Sales increased in all core regions – in Europe by 1.4 percent, in North America by 4.0 percent and in Asia-Pacific by 6.7 percent. China made up the biggest share of gains in the past month, up 10.3 percent to 51,235 customers. In the United States (+2.5%), Audi continued its growth streak despite the clearly negative market environment. Around 1,063,550 worldwide deliveries since January are 3.6 percent below the 2016 reference figure following a challenging beginning of the year. At the start of July, the cumulative figure was still at a negative 4.7 percent.

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Audi Group posts robust financial figures after challenging first half of 2017

The Audi Group achieved revenue of €30.1 billion and operating profit of €2.7 billion in the first half of 2017. Audi improved its operating performance compared with the first half of last year. The operating return on sales increased to 8.9 percent and is clearly within the target corridor of 8 to 10 percent.

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