Audi Head Office Address and Contact Number

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Audi is a Automobile distribution and Automobile manufacturing company located in AUDI AG, D-85045 Ingolstadt, Germany. It was founded on 16 July 1909 by Zwickau, germany. Rupert Stadler is the Chairman of the Board of Management of the company. Wolfgang Egger is the head of design and Wolfgang Dürheimer is the head of technical development of the company. The founder of the company is August Horch. Audi is owned by Volkswagen Group. It has many Subsidiaries such as Audi Hungaria Motor Kft, Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A., Italdesign Giugiaro, Automobile Lamborghini S.p.A, quattro GmbH etc. Audi is one of the car manufacturing company in the world. The Company has around 46,372 employees. The contact information like email address, telephone number, website and postal cum official address of Audi Head Office is mentioned in below section. Audi Head Office is located at AUDI AG, D-85045 Ingolstadt, Germany. To get more information about Audi Head Office, visit their website www.audi.com. You can contact Audi Head Office by phone at phone number 0800 - 2 83 44 44 and by email address welcome@audi.de.
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AUDI AG, D-85045 Ingolstadt, Germany
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0800 - 2 83 44 44
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welcome@audi.de
Website
www.audi.com
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Mr. YashkaranJit Singh
(Oct 19, 2013)
I have thought of new technology that the steering wheel should be set according to the roads like in crowdy areas it should be smooth in rough areas or sandy areas it should be tighthard to avoid drifting of car and on normal roads or highways it should be as it is.
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