First, ignore the rule book. For more than a hundred years, we've stared adversity in the face. When they said it can't be any lighter, we defied them. When they said it can't go faster, we proved them wrong. Whenever they said it couldn't be done, we simply did it. This is the undying spirit at our core. This is Truth in Engineering®.

To begin, things endOne man didn't accept "no" for an answer

August Horch heard it couldn't be done many times while creating Audi. He chose to defy naysayers. From his time to now, that philosophy has proved that lighter can be stronger. It redefined lighting technology. Says smaller engines can go faster. It became the way automobiles should be made — until we define the next, better way to do it. This is Truth in Engineering®.

Evolution through the unattemptedCourage is the mother of all invention

See how pioneering innovations such as TFSI®, quattro® all-wheel drive, LED lighting technology and Audi ultra® lightweight technology, each defined their places in the industry and beyond.

Design status quo? Or status defiant?Iconic design always prevails — regardless of what's expected

Our designers have never been sheep. Over the years, they've shattered standards and shaped how design translates the aesthetics and performance — for the entire industry.

Audi — BeliefWinning against the odds.

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Audi — It couldn't be doneNever accept no for an answer.

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Audi — PerfektionThe making of an Audi.

Extreme heat and cold, engineered leather to withstand damage, and chassis strength tests are just part of the battery of the merciless process that go into every Audi.

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