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Audi is to expand the tool factory in Győr - VIDEO REPORT

Audi is starting a new investment in its tool factory in Győr. In the framework of the project of more than EUR 10 million, the current production hall will be extended by 3,800 square meters for exclusive series production, and the logistics hall will increase by 2,500 square meters. While retaining nearly 700 jobs, the capacity of exclusive series production will grow by 30 percent.


Sustainability in focus in Audi - VIDEO REPORT

Audi Hungaria has Europe's largest building-based photovoltaic system installed on the top of its two logistics centres. With the green electricity being produced here from renewable sources, the CO2 emission is estimated to be reduced by almost 4,900 tonnes.


Exceptional opportunity for introduction on the Audi Hungaria-HIPA Supplier Day

A unique opportunity was offered to 15 Hungarian automotive suppliers to negotiate directly with the purchasers of Audi Hungaria at an online B2B forum jointly organized by Audi Hungaria and the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA). The Supplier Day provided an opportunity for the previously selected Hungarian small- and medium sized enterprises to join the company group's supply chain in the future.


The answer of Audi to the challenges of the automotive industry comes from Győr - VIDEO REPORT

AUDI HUNGARIA is to launch a comprehensive development at its Győr plant: the e-motor production capacity, started a year ago, as well as the engine development centre and the vehicle manufacturing infrastructure will all be expanded. The complex investment programme worth EUR 127 million is the first step in the preparation to the challenges triggered by electromobility, so that in addition to the combustion engine, Audi and Győr may belong among the world leaders regarding electric drivetrains as well.


The first Center for University-Industry Cooperation to start operation this autumn - VIDEO REPORT

The construction of the first Center for University-Industry Cooperation (FIEK) of Hungary has been completed in Győr. The new complex implemented with the cooperation of Audi Hungaria, Széchenyi István University (SZE) and the Municipality of Győr will be transferred into the possession of the teachers and students in order to work on joint research and development projects of the university and industry.


The drivetrain of the first purely electric Audi is already produced in Győr - VIDEO REPORT

The series production of Audi electric motors has officially started in Hungary. The Audi plant in Győr, the largest engine manufacturing unit in the world, is now heading for a global leading position in the field of electric drive systems, too. The electric engines made here are produced for the Audi E-tron SUV, to be launched shortly, the first purely electric model of the German premium car manufacturer. The current 400 e-motor manufacturing capacity has created 100 new jobs, planned to be increased to 130 by the end of the year.


AUDI HUNGARIA has been a success story for a quarter of a century now - VIDEO REPORT

Over the past 25 years, Audi Hungaria has become Hungary's largest foreign investor, one of its largest manufacturing companies and exporters and an outstanding integrator of Hungary's supplier market. Since its incorporation in 1993, having invested a total of over EUR 8 billion, the company has become Hungary's largest foreign investor, one of its largest manufacturing companies and exporters and an outstanding integrator of Hungary's supplier market.


Seven Hungarian startups at the Audi Innovation Day in Budapest

Audi AG, member of Volkswagen Group is continously searching for new partners to join their supply chain to develop cutting-edge technologies in the automotive industry. In cooperation with VW Regional Office Eastern Europe and  Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA), the German premium car manufacturer organised an event on 5-6 September in Groupama Arena, Budapest, where 15 innovative regional startups have the opportunity to convince company representatives to cooperate with them.


All stakeholders benefit from the cooperation between industry and higher education

On 13 July 2017, the laying down of the foundation stone for the first Higher Education and Industry Cooperation Centre (FIEK) triggers the start of a one-year construction project (3 buildings on a total floor area of 4,700 square metres) within the campus of Széchenyi István University in Győr. This centre will provide space for the joint projects, logistic studies and research work related to engines, electric motors and turbochargers between the university and industry as well as for the development activities required for the international presence of SMEs operating in the region.