Audi

Founded by the creator of Horch cars, August Horch, at Zwickau in East Germany, Audi became part of the Auto-Union in 1932, was nationalized in 1945, and became defunct until 1965, when the name "Audi", after Heinrich Fikentscher, the 10-year-old son of Horch's business partner, came up with the brilliant suggestion to translate the name Horch, a German imperative form meaning "Listen!", into Latin - "Audi" was resumed at the "new" Auto-Union works at Ingolstadt in Western Germany.

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The Audi of today is one of Germany's leading cars, now part of the great VW Group, following Audi's merger with NSU's car side.

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