Audi is a German manufacturer that, since 1966, has been a majority-owned subsidiary of the Volkswagen group. Its history can be tracked back to the late 1800s, although it wasn’t until 1928 that four automotive companies came together to form Auto Union – hence the four rings in Audi’s logo. The brand has a long history in racing and was one of the first automotive companies to champion front-wheel drive. Recently, Audi is known for the introduction of the Audi Quattro in 1980 – widely recognized as the first all-wheel-drive performance car. Today Audi produces a line of premium coupes, convertibles, sedans and crossovers. Audi's S and RS designations denote high-performance models, matching M and AMG offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Audi also offers a diesel-engine option in many of its US models. Though its owner, VW, is located in Wolfsburg, Germany, Audi is headquartered in Ingolstadt.
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