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Audi says it's way too early to write the sedan's obituary

The company is surprised by the RS 6 wagon's popularity, too

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Audi AI:Me Concept First Ride | Pointing the way forward

The AI:Me is a rolling showcase of technology

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2020 Audi Q3 Review & Buying Guide | Relative value

Everything you need to know about pricing, specs, features, fuel economy and safety

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NHTSA expands new Takata probe to 4 more automakers

Audi, Toyota, Honda and Mitsubishi join BMW as NHTSA investigates 1.4 million new air bag inflators

The U.S. government's highway safety agency has launched an investigation into four automakers that have a potentially deadly type of Takata air bag inflator in their vehicles but have yet to recall them. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in documents posted Thursday that it is investigating Audi, Toyota, Honda and Mitsubishi in connection with a Takata recall involving 1.4 million inflators. The inflators made by the now-bankrupt Takata have a distinct and separate probl

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2020 Audi RS 5 Coupe and Sportback adopt the family look

Same engine, new detailing, more colors, better MMI, and matte bronze wheels

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2020 Audi RS Q8 First Drive Review | Dancing bear

Audi’s big crossover coupe joins the bro club

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Audi design boss dishes on next-gen digital displays

He hints at an augmented reality heads-up display, and no more volume button

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Audi RS 2 Avant turns 25, but modern-day models get the gifts

Most of the Audi Sport range is offered with a commemorative package

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Audi squeezes more driving range from the E-Tron's powertrain

Autoblog learned the updated powertrain is likely coming to America

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2020 Audi Q7 plug-in hybrid not coming to America

Despite having a powertrain that's coming here in a different model

Cars we're thankful we drove in 2019

Autoblog's editors drove a lot of cars this year. Here are the ones we're most thankful for

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Audi will slash 9,500 jobs to save $6.6 billion by 2029

At the same time, the automaker will add 2,000 workers who specialize in electric mobility

Audi on Tuesday announced a major restructuring scheme, slashing around 9,500 jobs until 2025 in an effort to adopt production to the e-mobility era and achieve billion-euro cost savings. "The resulting savings of around 6 billion euros will secure the strategic operating profit margin corridor of 9 to 11% and will be invested in projects of the future such as electrification and digitalisation," the company said in a statement. Audi said that the cost savings would be achieved by 2029.

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