Our next stop in our series on the automotive sights of Germany takes us to the quaint town of Ingolstadt, home of the automotive powerhouse that is Audi AG. On the grounds of the Audi corporate offices, the Audi Forum Ingolstadt features an extensive new vehicle delivery area, as well as the high end AVUS resaurant. Audi claims that over 450,000 visitors visit the Forum on an annual basis, and that 65,000 of those are customers from all over the world who are there to take delivery of their new vehicle.
The headlining attraction at the Audi Forum Ingolstadt is the Audi Tradition Museum Mobile which features over 120 exhibits that cover over 100 years of brand history of the from the days of Horch, DKW, NSU, Auto Union, Wanderer to today’s modern Audi vehicles. The museum is presented in chronological order and features the first Horch ever made in 1901, to the last Horch ever made which was actually found recently at a barn in Texas to the 24 Hours of Le Mans winning Audi R8. Because we know that getting to Germany is easier said than done for most of us, we’ve brough the museum to you by way of an extensive exhibit photo gallery.
We are still in the process of adding all the captions for each image, however please leave a comment if you have any questions about a specific vehicle or exhibit. View the full gallery after the jump. Enjoy!