Audi provides a variety of automobiles with varied fuel economy. Technologies like turbocharging, direct fuel injection, and hybrid powertrains have all been used to increase fuel economy. Audi's electric and hybrid cars provide excellent fuel economy, mainly in city driving.
Audi uses the "e-tron" nameplate to identify a variety of electric cars. Audi's electric vehicle portfolio is represented by the e-tron series, demonstrating the company's dedication to environmentally friendly and emission-free transportation. Innovative electric technology, cutting-edge amenities, and the opulent ride that Audi is renowned for are all combined in the e-tron vehicles.
Currently, Audis are among the top 10 most reliable automobile brands. The NHTSA awarded the Audi Q3, Q5, Q8, e-tron, A4, A5, and A6 vehicles a perfect 5/5 star grade in 2022. The IIHS also recognized the A6, A7, e-tron, and Q5 models as Top Safety Pick+ vehicles for 2022.
The two German locations of Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm are included in the worldwide network of Audi Group manufacturing facilities, together with those in Hungary, Belgium, and Mexico.
Audi's innovations have entirely changed the automotive industry from their ground-breaking Quattro all-wheel drive system to their fully-active electric suspension. The Audi Space Frame (ASF), Matrix LED Headlights, Fully-Active Electric Suspension, MMI Infotainment System, and Audi Drive Select are some of the brand's most well-known inventions.
Oil leaks, electrical component troubles, carbon buildup in direct-injection engines, gearbox slippage or jerking, or mechatronic unit failures in vehicles with dual-clutch transmissions are some of the most frequent issues with Audi cars.
The most popular model of Audi is the A4. Audi has marketed the A4 and the Audi 80, the A4's precursor, for 39 years and has sold around 10 million cars.
The current Audi model lineup — sedans and hatchbacks, SUVs, convertibles, coupes, sports and performance vehicles, electric and hybrid vehicles — are available in May 2023. The A-Series, Q-Series, R-Series, S-Series, RS-Series, TT-Series and the Audi e-tron for electric cars are the primary series generally used to describe Audi automobiles.