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Despite the worldwide semiconductor shortage, Audi is still setting a fast pace on its path to the sustainable premium mobility of the future. That is evident in fully electric car deliveries in the past year, which increased by 57.5 percent over the previous year. Additionally, Audi more than doubled its product portfolio of fully electric models in the past year. Despite the difficult supply situation, in total, Audi-brand deliveries approached the previous year’s volume: in 2021, the company with the four rings delivered 1,680,512 models to customers, 0.7 percent fewer than in 2020. In the US, the previous year's performance was exceeded by 5 percent.

 

With the continuously growing number of electric models, the demands made on charging infrastructure is increasing. Today at the exhibition center in Nuremberg, the first Audi charging hub is going into operation as the only charging concept of its kind in the world. The Audi charging hub opens for customers on December 23. The modern quick-charging station with reservable high-power charging areas is oriented toward, among other things, electric car owners who don’t have any charging opportunities at home. Moreover, the Audi charging hub is intended to serve future peak demand for charging in urban environments. A connected lounge area offers a premium charging experience.

 

Audi Sport customer racing is celebrating an exceptional season: while the customer teams have clinched 58 titles worldwide, the brand has set several milestones in production in the program’s 13th year.

 

For the second time after 2018, the Audi RS 3 LMS has won the “TCR Model of the Year” title. Promoter WSC, which launched the TCR category in 2015 and licenses it, thus rewards the world’s most successful touring car from 14 manufacturers.

Audi do Brasil is confirming that production will resume at its plant in São José dos Pinhais in the state of Paraná in mid-2022. The models selected for assembly in Brazil are the Audi Q3 and the Audi Q3 Sportback, both with 2.0 Liter TFSI engines and quattro technology. The announcement was made jointly by Carlos Massa Ratinho Junior, Governor of the state of Paraná, Johannes Roscheck, Managing Director and CEO of Audi do Brasil, Abílio Oliveira, President of Assoaudi (Associação Brasileira dos Distribuidores), and other officials and corporate representatives.

 

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