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There is work that feels like work. And then there is work that is a passion, a vocation. That feels new every day, that feels exciting, more like a big adventure. Like a trip into the future. That’s how we see it. With people who are looking for this kind of work in particular, who want to create the mobility of the future. And who want to turn visions into a competitive edge. Come and meet a few of them.

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Some call it work. We call it passion.


Anyone who wants to shape the mobility of the future needs visions. And possibilities to work on turning these into reality. We at Audi believe in our employees’ ideas. And are continually entering new territory in order to turn their visions into a competitive edge.
How can augmented reality change the automotive industry? Can welding technology be revolutionised after all this time? And why are women important for technical advancement? These are just a few of the many questions that only our employees can answer and just a few examples of many of how a competitive edge can be generated when work doesn’t feel like work.

Some call it work. I call it: delight.
Linda Alpmann

Engineer in headlight development at Audi

Her approach is to see challenges in a new light. Audi’s Lighting Assistance Centre provides the perfect space to do just that. It’s here that she has already developed the headlights for the Audi A6, among other things.

Some call it work. I call it: electrifying.
Andreas Petz

Developer of electric motors at Audi

His aspiration is to achieve at the highest level. He demonstrated this once again with the Audi R8 e-tron. And it’s not without reason that the experience gained here is now also channelled into other models – such as into the Audi e-tron quattro concept.

Some call it work. I call it: pioneering.
Marcus Kühne

Virtual reality expert and tech scout at Audi.

He works together with an international team to provide customers with a preliminary test drive of their dream car anywhere in virtual reality – even on the moon!

Some call it work. I call it: breathtaking.
Carole Ratel

Aerodynamics developer for DTM vehicles at Audi Sport.

Passion and team spirit are what drive her to get excellent results. And when the last lap approaches and another DTM win is within reach, she knows that this unbeatable combination has proven itself again.

Some call it work. I call it: science fiction.
Jens Angerer

Technology developer at the Audi Production Lab.

His goal is to optimally support car production with the application of augmented reality technology in the automotive industry. His visionary approach is shaping the production of the future.

Some call it work. I call it: magic.
Dr.-Ing. Jan-Philipp Weberpals

Developer of joining technologies at the Audi Lightweight Design Centre

Precision is his trademark. This is one of the principal reasons he decided to establish innovative laser processes at Audi.

Some call it work. I call it: networking.
Ilka Bewerunge

Audi City Manager.

She supplies the Audi dealers worldwide with software updates for their digital showroom elements. So customers at the dealership can experience their individually configured dream cars in 3D-look and from a 360 degree perspective.