The success story of the museum, which started in December 2000, which conveyed Audi classics and the technological development of the brand to the visitors in the past two decades, continues with 34 new historical vehicle exhibitions specially prepared for the 20th year.

Audi museum mobile is 20 years old. Audi AG presented a series of special works for the 20th anniversary of the museum's opening. 34 new models started to be exhibited in the Audi museum mobile, which started to be visited with its innovations since December 15th.

Motor sports history moved on paternoster

The first of the innovations is the huge paternoster in the museum. Audi AG's motorsport history began to be displayed on the paternoster. Motorsport enthusiasts will be able to see everything that has made Audi a sporty brand since the 1960s on the turntables, with the exception of Auto Union Silver Arrows, which will remain in its traditional place on the third floor of the museum. The number of products in the motorsport exhibition, which can be seen from all four floors, was also increased; now among them DTM champion Audi A4 from 2007, Audi Le Mans R8 LMP prototype from 2002, Audi A4 STW from 1996, an Audi Rally quattro Group 4 from 1980, Audi Sport quattro Rally Group B from 1985, an NSU from 1975 There are 14 exhibitions, including 1300 TT “J√§germeister” and a DKW F11/64 from 1963.

Audi icons on the second floor

With the new arrangement, the exhibition area previously belonging to motor sports on the second floor was opened to new Audi icons with a new design. Visitors will be able to see the Audi TT Coupé, a design icon, as well as the legendary Audi A2 and Audi A8, a symbol of Audi's entry into the luxury segment. Likewise, the Audi RS 4 with its 5-cylinder engine representing the brand's sportiness, and the Audi Cabriolet, as well as the 2001 Audi Allroad quattro, the basis of the highly successful SUV segment, can also be seen in this new area. The Audi Duo III, which Audi tested electric mobility in the early 1990s, is another iconic model in the field.

Technology development is also on display

Technology fans will also be able to see three special engine models from the brand's past in the exhibition area on the second floor: a replica of the engine designed by August Horch, which has been running smoothly since 1901 and takes its place in the pre-war section. Examples of other engine technologies on the second floor are a DKW two-cylinder two-stroke inline engine from the 1950s and a NSU Wankel rotary engine from 1968.

Some values ​​changed with new ones

Considering the fact that displaying historical vehicles for a long time can damage vehicles, some values ​​displayed after the past two decades are replaced by equivalent new ones: such as the 1927 Horch 303, the first eight-cylinder German vehicle. again very special, with Landaulett bodied leaving Horch 305 after 1928. Also included in the exhibition is the Audi Front Roadster from 1936, of which there are currently only two, which Audi Tradition restored to its original state many years ago.

Two exciting pre-war models are also on display: the Horch 930 S and the 1940 DKW F 9 prototype, an aerodynamic work exhibited by Audi's predecessor Auto Union AG in 1939 at the automotive show in Berlin in 1939. Both models, which were not mass produced due to the war, will be seen by Audi museum mobile visitors.

Today's Audi, thanks to him

Another special model added to the exhibition is DKW Munga, which was developed by Auto Union GmbH in 1956, representing a very important moment in the history of the company. Ordered by the German armed forces 65 years ago as an off-road vehicle, the model has helped the company survive the difficult post-war period and helped AUDI AG work towards building the future today.

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