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If you are curious, you can now experience the production of Audi models online on the Neckarsulm website via AudiStream. The guides accompany the virtual tour in English and German and answer questions in real time. A highlight: the participants also get an overview of the production processes of the fully electric Audi e-tron GT, built in Neckarsulm.

Thanks to its expertise in small series and series production as well as in the wide range of derivative products, Audi Neckarsulm is one of the most diverse production sites of the Volkswagen group. The company builds the A4, A5 Cabriolet, A6, A7 and A8 and their derivatives on a site of approximately 1.3 million square meters. You can now virtually experience the diversity of the site with the free online AudiStream offer. Tour guides introduce technical highlights and explain how an Audi is made – from the first stages of production in the press shop to the final manual operations during final assembly.

AudiStream users can also look over the shoulders of Böllinger Höfe employees. The industrial park about six kilometers away is home to Audi Sport GmbH. The Audi R8 has been built there since 2014. The home-scale sports car production site was extended, improved and re-equipped in 2019 for the integration of the e-tron GT. Serial production of the fully electric Audi e-tron GT began as planned in early December 2020. The electric Gran Turismo and supercar – the two most powerful and fastest Audi production models ever made – are built on the same assembly line. This is unique within the Group and transforms small series production into a highly flexible and high-tech production operation. The Audi e-tron GT will have its world premiere on February 9, 2021. With AudiStream, attendees can take a look at the production of the brand’s first electric sports car and experience its electronics now.

With the online offer “Live at Audi in Neckarsulm”, tour guides share their knowledge of the countless factory tours on site and perform the virtual tours live from a studio. Using video footage, they explain the production processes, answer individual questions in dialogue and tailor the course of the approximately 20-minute live broadcast to the wishes and interests of the participants. The offer is not limited to Neckarsulm: the “Audi live at the Ingolstadt factory” stream provides an overview of the brand’s production processes at the Ingolstadt site. In the “Live Insight Audi Design” feed, tour guides explain Audi design philosophy.

Users can now reserve a time slot for the time of their choice on www.audi.stream. The offer is free.

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