Audi AG is a German manufacturer of luxury vehicles. Its headquarters are in Ingolstadt, Bavaria. It is a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group, primarily owned by Porsche Automobil Holding SE.
Audi's slogan is:Vorsprung durch Technik
meaning "Being Ahead through Technology."
The company name is based on the Latin translation of German Horch, an automobile brand founded by August Horch in 1899.
Since 2007, Audi’s logo has been inspired by Vorsprung Durch Technik, a phrase that means Advancement through Technology.
Quattro initially adopted it in 1985 as a slogan for their add-on performance wheels ( Quattro ). It might be tempting to jump into your local car dealership when it’s time for service or maintenance on your new ride but don’t make that mistake.
Each Audi car has a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). This 17-digit code of letters and numbers is unique to every Audi vehicle in the world.
Checking your Audi VIN is often the first step when buying a used vehicle. Not only will it give you the vehicle specifications, but it will also offer valuable information on the vehicle's history, such as significant accidents, law enforcement, and insurance events, among others.
Audi VIN plate location: where to find?
Your Audi VIN should appear on your vehicle registration and insurance documents, but you can also find it on the car itself. Check these places:
Check the windshield on the driver’s side of your Audi vehicle
The Audi VIN number should be similar in structure to WAUEA88DXTA826426