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Audi USA Corporate Office Address

Audi of America, LLC
2200 Ferdinand Porsche Drive
Herndon, Virginia 20171

Contact Audi USA

Phone Number: (703) 364-7000
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Email: Email Audi USA

Audi USA Facts

Founder: August Horch
Date Founded: 1910
Founding Location: Zwickau, Germany
Number of Employees: 91674

Audi USA Executives

CEO: Cian O'Brien (Interim)
CFO: Matt Carpenter
COO: Cian O'Brien

Audi USA History

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Car manufacturer Audi can trace its roots back to 1910 when August Horch created the August Horch Automobilwerke company. While trying to choose a name for his car, Horch’s son remarked that while the name Horch meant “hear” the word “Audi”, which means to listen, might be a better choice.

While the company went through numerous changes over the years, it was in 1969 that Audi NSU Auto Union was formed. Volkswagen introduced the Audi brand to the USA in 1970 with the Audi 100.

 1970 Audi 100 Audi remained a very conservative brand until the mid-1990s when the company decided to compete against the luxury brands of Mercedes Benz and BMW.  Audi sales have continued to rise throughout the 2000s, with one of their strongest markets being China, where Audi is the formal car driven by government officials.

Audi emblem on grille Outside of Germany, the company has manufacturing plants located in Mexico, China, India, Hungary, Indonesia, Belgium, Spain, and Slovakia.

Audi remains a division of Volkswagen. The company admits that a minimum of 2.1 million vehicles were involved in the Volkswagen emission software scandal.  In May 2019, Audi announced a recall of Q5 SUVs for potential brake failure.

Audi racecars Audi has been involved in LeMans racing for decades but only recently has delved into the Formula One racing program.

The main headquarters for Audi remains in Germany, with the USA headquarters located in Herndon, Virginia.

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Question 1: What is the phone number for Audi USA?
Answer 1: The phone number for Audi USA is (703) 364-7000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Audi USA?
Answer 2: The CEO of Audi USA is Cian O'Brien (Interim).

Question 3: Who founded Audi USA?
Answer 3: Audi USA was founded by August Horch in 1910.

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JANE MCCLURE August 20, 2019 at 1:31 pm

Dear Sirs,
I am writing today out of sheer frustration. I am a widow of five years. When my husband passed away I bought what I thought would be a good dependable vehicle because he would no longer be around to take care of things. I purchased a 2014 Audi A4, a beautiful, sleek, sporty S-Line. I have had every scheduled maintenance performed at a certified Audi dealership and take very good care of my car. On July 18, 2019 I went to the post office and when I came out my car wouldn’t start. I called my Audi dealership and had my car towed there. I was informed that the high pressure fuel pump failed. Ok, I know these things happen. The plan was to fix the fuel pump, but after replacing it, there was still a problem. Upon further inspection, it wasn’t the fuel pump but the timing mechanism. The old fuel pump was put back on my car and the timing issue fixed $1980.00 later. The mileage on my car at this point was 69980. Approximately one week later on August 08, 2019 my check engine light came on while driving. I drove straight to the dealership two miles away. They scanned the computer and told me now I have a Turbo charger problem and I need to replace my Turbo, another $2804.00. My mileage 70324. They said I wouldn’t have to do it right away. The car is running fine and I could continue to drive it for a while without a problem. They reset the computer, the check engine light went off and I went on my way. This past weekend I went on a little trip to visit my daughter and granddaughter. On the way there the check engine light once again came on. I was very nervous and anxious to continue driving. Quite frankly, I’m angry. What I thought to be a good investment in a dependable vehicle has turned into a money pit. These parts that are malfunctioning should last at least 100K to 150K before having to be replaced. I’m afraid to drive anywhere because I don’t know if I’ll make it back home. This is the total opposite of dependable. I know cars don’t last forever and they do have problems but come on, this is ridiculous. These are major problems. As much as I like my car I will not purchase another Audi nor will I recommend to ANYONE else to do so either. I guess for now I am stuck with paying almost $3000 until the next issue arises or trying to find another vehicle.

Jane McClure


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