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Audi overview

Audi – pronounced as au-dii – is a luxury car manufacturer founded in Germany. Its famous slogan, ‘vorsprung durch Technik’, means ‘progress through technology’ and is a founding principle of Audi’s manufacturing. Boasting exceptional engine performance and minimalist design, Audi models are well known for their intelligent use of smart technology and luxury, putting Audi models at the top end of the car market.

Audi’s origins lie in the merger of four different German car firms – a fact visualised by the brand’s four ring logo. The first founding member of Audi was established in 1909, with the three subsequent members being founded in 1932, 1949 and 1969 respectively.

Audi popular models

Among Audi’s range of iconic models is the Audi A3. First launched in 1996 as a three-door hatchback, the model has evolved over four generations, adding five-door hatchback and four-door saloon models to its range. Balancing compact design with exceptional performance and plenty of cabin luxuries, the Audi A3 was awarded World Car of the Year in 2014.

One of Audi’s first MPV-styled vehicles was the Audi Q2, which was launched in 2000. Manufactured from aluminium, this model’s striking design and superb fuel efficiency gave it instant appeal. It remained in production until its eventual discontinuation in 2005.

The Audi A5, first released in 2007, is one of the brand’s most recognisable executive cars. Available as a Coupé, Sportback and Convertible, it comes with a wide selection of engines, ranging from 1.8-litre to 4.2-litre petrol V8 options as well as 2.0-litre to 2.8-litre diesel options. The pinnacle of the A5 lineup is the RS5, a performance-focused model available in Coupé and Sportback body styles. This model has a 2.91 V6 TFSI engine which can accelerate from 0-62mph in 3.9 seconds.

The Audi A4 is another of the brand’s popular luxurious and powerful executive cars. First coming to the market in 1994, it has evolved over more than five generations. And thanks to its powerful V6 petrol and diesel engines, premium cabin and unmistakable looks, it was voted as the Best Premium Car at the Fleet News Awards in 2016.

Compact, powerful and well-designed, the upmarket Audi A1 was revealed in 2010 as a sporty three-door supermini. With the addition of the five-door ‘Sportback’ in 2011, the Audi A1 became one of the brand’s most versatile, all-rounder designs, and won What Car?’s Car of the Year in the same year

The Audi Q3 is a premium, compact crossover with exceptional style and crafted design. With lots of practicality and storage space, it is an excellent option for families. And thanks to its great engine output and efficiency, it won Premium Compact Car of the Year in 2022 and Most Luxurious SUV of the Year at Auto Car’s 2022 awards.

The all-electric Audi e-tron SUV is one of the most celebrated models of Audi’s recent releases. Unveiled in 2018, it was Audi’s first all-electric SUV and has since evolved into a range of different electric model releases, with the original SUV now renamed as the Audi Q8 e-tron. Powered by an 89kWh battery, the entry-level version of this model generates 335bhp and goes from 0-62mph in six seconds.

Manufacturer awards

Still operating from its Ingolstadt headquarters, Audi is today one of the best-known and best-selling premium cars in the world – a feat recognised by the extensive awards won by Audi over many years. In What Car?’s 2021 awards alone, Audi won awards for the best small and large SUV interior, best coupé and luxury car for comfort, and best luxury and executive car for performance. In fact, having won 11 World Car of the Year awards since 2005, Audi is the most successful manufacturer in the awards history.

Audi is known for implementing intelligent technology and high-quality engines in its models. Its TFSI engine manages to reduce emissions and improve engine efficiency while also generating more power than other petrol engines. The S Tronic gearbox is another notable Audi invention and blends parts of manual and automatic gearbox systems to create a dual-clutch unit that smoothly manages gear shifts without any noticeable delay. The Audi Virtual Cockpit System is one of the best digital instrument systems on the market, winning the 2016 award for ‘Tech of the Year’.

And while Audi has a class-leading reputation when it comes to efficient and powerful petrol and diesel engines, its growing range of hybrid and electric units are taking its engine excellence even further. With its first hybrid model, the Audi Duo, unveiled in 1989, the brand’s first all-electric model, the Audi e-tron, was brought to market in 2019. This model has since gone on to become one of Audi’s most celebrated models, with the Audi e-tron GT winning both Electric Car of the Year as well as World Performance Car of the Year in 2022

Audi Frequently Asked Questions

Who owns Audi?

Audi is owned by the Volkswagen Group, which also owns several other high-end car producers including Bentley, Cupra, Jetta, Lamborghini, Porsche, SEAT and Volkswagen.

>When did VW buy Audi?

Having first bought 50% of Audi in 1969, Volkswagen Group became the sole owners of Audi in 2020 after buying the remaining shares.

What country is Audi from?

Since its founding, Audi’s main headquarters and operations are based in Germany where its largest production factory remains today.

Where is Audi made?

Audi’s headquarters are in Ingolstadt, Germany, where its largest production factory is also located. It also produces vehicles in Belgium, Hungary, Mexico, Slovakia, Brazil and China.

Who makes Audi engines?

While Audi produced many of its own engines for a long time, since the total takeover of the company by Volkswagen Group, Audi shares many of its engines and design components with other models under the Group’s ownership.

When was Audi founded?

Audi was first founded in Germany in 1909. It merged with three more car manufacturers in 1932, 1949 and 1969 to create the company we know today.

Who does Audi own?

While Audi does not own any car marques, its parent company, Volkswagen Group, owns companies such as Bentley, Cupra, Jetta, Lamborghini, Porsche, SEAT and Volkswagen.

What is the fastest Audi?

The fastest Audi produced to date is the Audi R8 Decennium, which has a top speed of 206mph.

Audi or BMW which is better?

Both Audi and BMW have a reputation for building high-quality, high-end cars with the best styling and craftsmanship on the market. While Audi may be better known for its signature minimalist styling and interior class, BMW engines are second-to-none, making it as much a question of your own priorities as it is vehicle design.

How long is audi warranty?

Standard warranty period for a new Audi is 3 years. Used cars may have differing warranty agreements, please contact your Arnold Clark sales representative for more information.

How much does an Audi service cost uk?

The costs of servicing an Audi can vary depending on what type of work might be required. Please contact your nearest Audi Arnold Clark branch to find out the best servicing option available for you.

How to pronounce Audi?

Audi is pronounced the same way in both German and English: au-dii. Using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) the pronunciation is aʊ̯di̩. Sounded out this is pronounced OW-dee.

How much is an Audi?

Used Audi car prices vary depending on the model. While an entry-level option, such as the Audi A1, can cost upwards of £22,135, flagship models like the Audi R8 GT with a V10 engine can cost up to £200,000.

How much is an Audi R8?

A brand-new Audi R8 has a RRP between £135,000 and £171,000. But if buying used, an Audi R8 can cost less.

What is Audi Connect?

Audi Connect is the brand’s in-car infotainment system. You can connect your phone to your car through Audi’s DataPlug, giving you access to a wide range of connectivity options, including remote central locking, infotainment options and checking your fuel levels remotely.

What is Audi Quattro?

Quattro is a registered trademark of Audi. Quattro means four in Italian and when found on one of its models, stands for the manufacturer’s acclaimed all-wheel drive system. The system is powered by an electric motor at the front and rear of the vehicle to offer the driver superior handling and traction out on the roads.

What is Audi pre sense?

Audi Pre Sense is the brand’s safety system and comes in three versions: basic, plus and city. Pre Sense Basic closes the windows and pre-tensions seatbelts if it detects an imminent collision. Pre Sense Plus does all this as well as charge the brake, and issues audible and visual alerts to the driver. Pre Sense City also activates emergency braking at speeds of less than 52mph.

What is TFSI Audi?

TFSI stands for turbo fuel stratified injection. These engines output more power while reducing emissions and improving fuel efficiency.

What is MMI Audi?

MMI stands for multi-media interface. These screens are found inside many Audi models. Here you can interact with your car’s infotainment system, stereo, navigation system and ambient lighting among other features.

What is Audi black edition?

The Audi Black Edition is a limited-edition trim that is offered on certain models. It sits above Audi’s other high-end trims and typically offers a suite of luxury features. These can include large alloy wheels, a lowered suspension, smart LED headlights and distinctive black trim on the interior and exterior.

What is S Tronic Audi?

The Audi S Tronic gearbox is a dual-clutch automatic gearbox that mixes elements of both automatic and manual transmissions to create smoother gear shifts and less delay.

What is Audi s line?

S Line is one of the higher-level trims on Audi models. This trim adds a sportier design to the outside, including new front and rear bumpers, stylish interior upholstery, and LED headlights among other features.

What is included in Audi comfort and sound pack?

The Audi comfort and sounds pack includes keyless entry and start, a 360-degree camera for easier parking, a new Bang & Olufsen premium sound system with 3D sound, heated front seats and a parking assist system.

What is Audi virtual cockpit?

Audi’s Virtual Cockpit system is a digital instrument display that shows your key drive information, including speed, distance driven, revs, remaining fuel and charge level and even sat nav. It allows you to quickly check your car’s key information at a glance.

What is the Audi Tech Pack?

The Audi Tech Pack adds handy technology to your model that doesn’t automatically come as standard. Its additions include a Bang & Olufsen premium sound system, a wireless charging pad for your smartphone, front seat heating and Parking System Plus.

What is Vorsprung Audi?

Vorsprung is the top-level trim on many Audi models, including the Audi A5, Q5 SUV and A7 Sportback. It adds lots of technology and drive assists, such as adaptive suspension, park assist and lane keep assist. There’s also a panoramic sunroof, a Bose or Bang & Olufsen sound system and matrix LED headlights.

What does RS stand for Audi?

The RS here refers to the German word, RennSport, which translates to mean racing sport. Many Audi models such as the Audi RS 5, carry this name to refer to their sporty design, handling and performance.

How to update Audi sat nav?

Some Audi models, such as recent generations of the A3, A4, Q2 and Q5, can all update through a free download via the MyAudi app. You can also download this update to an SD card, plug it into your car and activate the update in manual fashion too.

Where to find Audi locking wheel nut code?

You can find your Audi locking wheel nut code in the owner’s handbook, service book or in the locking wheel nut box.

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Cash Price £13998
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