Check Engine


Check Engine is here to help you find your way around the dozens of sports models that the German manufacturer Audi has offered or is offering since 1911, and especially in recent years with the S & RS range, which has been greatly expanded.
We also invite you to discover a page of Audi’s history, as well as its factories around the world.

Les usines Audi S et RS



Ingolstadt (Germany)

In 1964, Volkswagen bought the Ingolstadt plant and resurrected the Audi name. The four rings of the Auto Union logo were retained for the visual identity of the new brand. The company’s success led to the takeover of NSU by Audi in 1969, which adopted the name “Audi NSU”. Today, the Q2, A3, A4 & A5 and their RS derivatives are produced at this plant.

The Audi Museum, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2020, is located here.

Découvrez les usines de la marque audi

Bratislava (Slovakia)

In the Slovakian capital of Bratislava, Audi has been building the Audi Q7 since the end of 2005 and the new Audi Q8 since 2018 at the Volkswagen Slovakia plant. The cars with the four rings are assembled here, as are their RennSport, SQ7 & RSQ8 sports versions.

Györ (Hungary)

This Hungarian plant has been building engines since 1994. It all started with 4-cylinder petrol engines, before moving on to the architectures we know today, in addition to electric motors. By 2021, the number of engines produced will have passed the 40 million mark.

At the same time, the Audi TT and Q3 are assembled there, as are their RS variants.

usine Mexique audi rs

Rest of the world (Asia, South America, Europe)

Audi has a total of 8 plants outside Germany, Slovakia and Hungary. The Changchun plant in China produces the most models for the brand with the 4 rings, thanks to the A4L & A6L among others.