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25 Years of Audi TDI Success

Audi. 1989. History. The Frankfurt Auto Show became home to one of the most significant and enduring announcements in automotive history. Audi introduced its TDI technology for the first time, displaying it in an Audi 100 sedan. This technology, TDI, is an electronically-controlled engine with turbocharger and direct-injection technologies. Even after 25 years, it continues […]

The 2014 ESPY Awards Are on Tonight!

If you’re a sports fan, there might be a current lull in your life with the World Cup now completed and Major League Baseball in the midst of its annual All-Star break. There is no American football to watch or hockey on the ice – even the Ultimate Fighting Championship will not host another major […]

The Gorgeous Audi R8 Notes Make Balotelli Sing

The 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament concluded yesterday with an intense 1-0 victory as Germany won its fourth soccer championship. This 2014 win, however, was the first for a reunified German team; victories of years past are technically attributed to West Germany. Its previous World Cup Trophy wins include the following years: 1954 – defeated […]

Audi Cleaning House One 24 Hours after Another

We celebrated Audi’s thirteenth consecutive win at 24 Hours of Le Mans. The R-18 E-Tron performed exceptionally well, which should come as no surprise, and our brand actually took both first and second place finishes. Our German siblings were, well, not so lucky. There is other good news to report about success on the race […]

2014 Raleigh’s Independence Day Schedule of Revelry

We thought it prudent to take a break from posting news about the automotive industry for a review of Raleigh’s Independence Day revelry. 2014 marks the second year for The Works, the city’s full day of events to celebrate the Fourth of July – and supplanted the Raleigh Wide Open event that ended in 2010. There […]

The Story of Andy Green and the Bloodhound SSC

One of the most commendable – and sometimes destructive – qualities of human beings is ambition. We all have a natural inclination toward a subject or idea or industry; it compels us to employ imagination, work harder, and take risks so that we may reach current goals and set new ones. Andy Green has a […]

Audi Shines at 24 Hours of Le Mans for the 13th Time

We posted a video on our social media accounts to highlight Audi officially welcoming back Porsche to 24 Hours of Le Mans. The digitally enhanced – in good fun – tease showcased on R18 E-Tron scorching a friendly message into Porsche headquarter’s parking lot. This competition between the two sibling companies has historical significance: Porsche […]

Audi Welcomes Porsche Back to Le Mans

Sibling rivalry has been a part of family dynamics since, well, the formation of the core family. It does not matter whether the competition is physical or intellectual; what matters is who wins. An inherent part of the rivalry is the act of taunting – a primitive behavior manifested through name-calling, chest pounding, pushing or […]

So You Think Your Work Commute Is Bad?

The Triangle is a growing metropolitan area as scores of young professionals move here from all across the nation. Technology and marketing companies, like Citrix and Redhat, are changing the composition of the local industries. Raleigh, and the surrounding areas, as a result, have been placed on Forbes’ list of the fastest growing cities for […]

Audi RS5 Supercharged Concept to Debut

Twenty-five years have passed since Audi introduced its incredible TDI turbodiesel engine. Last week, to mark that anniversary, the German automaker installed a 3.0-liter V6 engine equipped with two turbochargers and one supercharger into an RS5. The supercharger Audi selected for this celebration is not standard, gas-powered supercharger; a 48-volt electrical system powers it, ridding […]