Audi Report 2021

Welcome to the Audi Report 2021, the combined annual and sustainability report from AUDI AG. This report combines financial perspectives as well as Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) issues in a unique and transparent manner.

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In the leading role

Together for the transformation of Audi: interview with seven members of the Board of Management

Operations & Integrity


operating return on sales in 2021


billion euros

net cash flow in 2021


of Audi Group revenue is EU taxonomy-aligned

Products & Services


cars[¹] produced by Audi in 2021


Audi brand[²] vehicles delivered in 2021


more all-electric vehicles (BEV) delivered to customers in 2021 than in the previous year

[¹] Including the Audi models that were manufactured locally by the associated companies FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd., Changchun (China) and, from 2021, by SAIC Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd, Shanghai (China).


[²] This includes delivered vehicles built locally by the associated company FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd., Changchun (China).

Value Creation & Production

Value Creation & Production[³]



decreased fresh water consumption per vehicle produced in 2021

1.9 kg

less waste (total, excluding scrap) was produced per vehicle in 2021 compared with the previous year



all Audi production sites shall be net carbon-neutral[4].

[³] Figures refer to the Ingolstadt, Münchsmünster, Neckarsulm, Brussels, Győr, San José Chiapa, Sant’Agata Bolognese (Lamborghini), Bologna (Ducati), Amphur Pluakdaeng (Ducati) sites. Only car-producing sites including component manufacturing are considered for the specific key figures. The environmental key figures for the current year are data as of  January 27, 2022. The figures may contain estimates if they are based on statements from energy suppliers that were not available when data was collected, for example. If significant between the actual values and the reported data are identified in the following year, the data is updated. The individual key figures for 2020 were updated in this report using the actual values for 2020.

[4] Audi regards net carbon neutrality as a state in which, following the exhaustion of other possible measures aimed at reducing the still remaining CO₂ emissions caused by the products or activities of Audi and/or currently unavoidable CO₂ emissions within the scope of the supply chain, manufacturing and recycling of Audi vehicles, at least quantitative compensation is provided through voluntary and globally conducted compensation projects. Throughout the utilization phase of a vehicle, meaning from when a vehicle is delivered to a customer, CO₂ emissions produced are not taken into account.

Employees & Society

Employees & Society


employees worked for the Audi Group as of December 31, 2021


of the Audi Group’s workforce was femalel[5] in 2021


participants completed qualification measures6 at AUDI AG in Germany during the 2021 reporting year

[5] Excluding apprentices.

[6] (live online or face-to-face training, excluding Web-based training)

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