Audi and TOMS collaborate for limited-edition shoe designed exclusively for Audi customers

Through an exclusive collaboration, Audi and TOMS have designed a limited-edition Alpargata shoe that will be available to Audi buyers during the Summer of Audi Sales Event (http://www.audiusa.com/myaudi/toms-partnership). In turn, through TOMS innovative giving program, 55,000 shoes will be donated to children in need.

Audi announces pricing for the updated 2016 Q3 crossover

Audi today announced pricing for the 2016 Q3. The redesigned compact crossover now boasts a wider array of standard features, including front and rear parking sensors with a rearview camera, as well as updated exterior styling for a balance of luxury and functionality.

Audi achieves second best month for U.S. sales with 11% gain in May 2015

Audi reported that its May 2015 sales increased 11.0% to 18,428 vehicles, a total that stands as the second-best month since the brand entered the U.S. market in 1970. May was also the 53rd consecutive month of record U.S. Audi sales.

2015 Audi Q5 Earns a Top Safety Pick+ Rating From IIHS

The 2015 Audi Q5, when equipped with the available Driver Assistance package and produced after January 2015, has earned the rating of Top Safety Pick+, the highest 2015 rating available from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS).

Audi announces 2016 Model Year vehicles and pricing

Audi today announces its lineup for the 2016 Model Year, including full line pricing and numerous vehicle additions and enhancements.

Piloted Driving: the Future of Cars

The global auto industry is moving rapidly toward an era when drivers won’t be required for driving. Economists, policymakers and auto executives believe “driverless” cars will dramatically improve transportation safety and significantly cut emissions. Within several years, car owners are expected to have the option to turn over control of their vehicle to an internal pilot, thanks to advances across digital technologies that are being perfected and harnessed continually by Audi and other automakers, as well as by tech companies including Google.

The biggest hindrance to this scenario will not stem from any limitations in autonomous-driving technologies but rather from legal, political, infrastructure, regulatory and liability factors that all need to be addressed as the developed world makes the most significant switch in its automotive paradigm in over a century.