Director of Győr Ballet with a four-ring car
Director of Győr Ballet with a four-ring car

2020. 07. 28.

28 July 2020, Győr – Mr. László Velekei, new director of the Ballet Company of Győr, drives a dynamic, Orca Black Audi Q7 S line Quattro from this day on. Partners for 23 years, Audi Hungaria handed over the car to the new director of the renowned ballet company. The car was assembled in Bratislava and mounted with a 286-horsepower engine made in Győr.

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Audia Hungaria: Afforestation, which serves the research and functions as the lungs of Győr
Audia Hungaria: Afforestation, which serves the research and functions as the lungs of Győr

2020. 07. 23.

Sustainability within and beyond the factory Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: “, Sustainability and environment protection are the key priorities for our company” Győr, July 23 2020 – Audi Hungaria contributes to a greener environment by afforestation and planting of trees: the company’s employees have planted trees several times, whereas outside the factory area, in the surroundings of Győr Audi Hungaria launched an afforestation programme a decade ago, in which tens of thousands of trees have been planted in the region of Patkányospuszta and Ravazd. Afforestation was part of an international research programme with the participation of five countries. Scientific research in Hungary is carried out by the University of Sopron together with the Technical University of Munich.

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38 million engines at Audi Hungaria
38 million engines at Audi Hungaria

2020. 07. 17.

Győr, July 2020 17 - The employees of Audi Hungaria produced the 38,000,000th engine in Győr, a four-cylinder 2.0-liter TFSI Global Engine, which was installed in an Audi Q3 model in the Audi Hungaria vehicle factory. The power unit belongs to the third generation of the engine family, it has been manufactured by Audi Hungaria since 2019, and it is the most powerful in its category, with 231 hp and 170 kW, offering customers a rich driving dynamics experience

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Levander harvest in Pannonhalma with a Q3 from Győr
Levander harvest in Pannonhalma with a Q3 from Győr

2020. 07. 10.

Audi Hungaria has been working together with Pannonhalma Archabbey for years and sponsoring the concerts of the “Jazz Summer in Pannonhalma”.

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From the idea to series production: The Audi Hungaria Experimental Engine Manufacturing Center celebrates its anniversary
From the idea to series production: The Audi Hungaria Experimental Engine Manufacturing Center celebrates its anniversary

2020. 07. 09.

• The Experimental Engine Manufacturing Center celebrates its tenth anniversary • Alfons Dintner, CEO of Audi Hungaria: "The Experimental Engine Manufacturing Center builds a bridge between development, production planning and production". • At present, 200 highly qualified employees work at the center, which also functions as an external department.

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Series production of e-tron performance engines has started at Audi Hungaria
Series production of e-tron performance engines has started at Audi Hungaria

2020. 06. 18.

Győr, June 18. 2020 – The series production of the new generation of electric engines, the performance engine families has started at Audi Hungaria. The new engines are produced for the Audi e-tron S-models which were presented in March.

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Three-shift operation has started at Audi Hungaria:Viktor Orbán visited the vehicle plant
Three-shift operation has started at Audi Hungaria:Viktor Orbán visited the vehicle plant

2020. 06. 15.

Győr, 15. June 2020 - From today, Audi Hungaria's engine and vehicle production is back to the normal shift operation. On the occasion of the start of three-shift operation at the vehicle plant, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, accompanied by László Palkovics, Minister for Innovation and Technology, visited the vehicle assembly plant today. Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. presented the production process of the Audi models in Győr, the Audi A3 Cabriolet, Q3, Q3 Sportback and the TT Coupé and Roadster to the Prime Minister. During the factory visit, the Prime Minister learned about the safety measures that were implemented in order to protect the health of the company's employees.

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Virtue from necessity: self-developed hand sanitizer dispensers at Audi Hungaria
Virtue from necessity: self-developed hand sanitizer dispensers at Audi Hungaria

2020. 06. 05.

Győr, June 5, 2020 – At Audi Hungaria it is of primary importance to protect the health of the employees. Therefore, not only engines and cars, but also self-developed hand sanitizer dispensers are made by Audi employees in Győr. So far, nearly 140 pieces have been manufactured by the company’s employees, and the device has been working well. As a proof for this, the hand sanitizer dispenser is patented by the company in Győr as an invention at the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office

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Fight against Corona virus: Audi donates 100 million forints to the region
Fight against Corona virus: Audi donates 100 million forints to the region

2020. 05. 29.

Győr, 29. May 2020 - We help them to help: Audi Hungaria supports six medical and social facilities for successful protection against the Corona virus. Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria, has handed over today the donation to Dr. Csaba Andr's Dézsi, the Mayor of the City of Győr on behalf of six institutions in Győr-Moson-Sopron County. The total amount of the donation is 100 million forints.

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Audi Hungaria is one of the most attractive employers in Hungary
Audi Hungaria is one of the most attractive employers in Hungary

2020. 05. 19.

Budapest / Győr, 19 May 2020 - AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. was ranked among the top three most attractive employers for the sixth time in the Randstad "Employer Banding" survey in Hungary.

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