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Our entrepreneurial actions are based on a forward looking Risk Management, group-wide uniform frameworks, which are based on a Compliance Management system, as well as a Board of Management and employees who act with integrity.
The Audi Group is pursuing clear goals – it strives not only to secure its own long-term competitiveness but also to meet the needs of its interest groups by conducting its business in a value-oriented manner and staying fit for the future.
Integrity as enforced through our corporate values sharpens our sense of critical situations in which we must critically question our attitude and actions and, if necessary, express our concerns.
At Audi, compliance stands for adherence to legal regulations, internal company policies, ethical principles, as well as self-decreed values for the protection of the company and our subsidiaries.
Our Whistleblower System provides both internal and external reporting channels for individuals who wish to submit information regarding statutory and regulatory violations.
Our Risk Management System (RMS) / Internal Control System (ICS) is based on the internationally recognized COSO framework for enterprise risk management.
We fully commit to our corporate human right responsibility and follow the UN Guiding Principles which refer in particular to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Audi reports transparently about its goals and activities in the core topics Products & Services, Value Creation & Production, Employees & Society as well as Operations & Integrity.
Voluntary undertakings and principles that apply across the Group form the basis and backbone of our strategic sustainability objectives.
Resource scarcity, environmental degradation, climate change and the demographic trend: These aspects not only influence social life but also present new challenges to companies.
Our strategy, ‘Consistently Audi’, which was introduced in May 2019, is changing many things. It has put sustainability at the heart of corporate activity. It is also changing the way in which Audi reports on its activities as part of ‘consistently sustainable’ – one of the four cornerstones of the strategy.
Power consumption, combined*: 23.9–20.6 kWh/100km (NEDC); 26.3–21.6 kWh/100km (WLTP)CO₂ emissions, combined*: 0 g/km
When a new Audi leaves production and travels the first few meters on its own four wheels, it is clear on first glance to anyone watching that everything about this vehicle is harmonious. And on second glance? Yes. And third? Yes again. Even if a magnifying glass were used. Every vehicle body is flawless.
Reduce, reuse, recycle, rethink: Audi is pursuing the vision of a holistic circular economy. Can that succeed? In 2019, Audi researched a number of promising approaches – and came to the conclusion that it is heading in the right direction.
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