Audi Motors Logo
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Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen GmbH & Co. KG is an automobile manufacturing company based in Buchloe, in the Ostallgäu district of Bavaria, Germany that develops and sells high-performance versions of BMW cars. Alpina works closely with BMW and their processes are integrated into BMW’s production lines, thus Alpina is recognized by the German Ministry of Transport as an automobile manufacturer, in contrast to other performance specialists which are aftermarket tuners. For instance, the Alpina B7 is produced at the same assembly line in Dingolfing, Germany (BMW Plant Dingolfing), as BMW’s own 7 Series. The B7’s twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 is assembled by hand at Alpina’s facility in Buchloe, Germany, before being shipped to BMW for installation, and the assembled vehicle is then sent back to Alpina for finishing touches.
About Audi Brand
What does Audi feel like? We’re a brand in dialog, a brand that is not just the sender but the message itself. A brand that gets involved and gets other people involved, too.
Audi’re very much anchored in the here and now: Audi’re on the go, Audi think and live in the digital world. For us, a brand is not a static structure but a living interface.
Audi provide moments of surprise and inspiration. Audi share things from the everyday world – but also exceptional experiences. And Audi always remain clearly identifiable as who Audi are.
Audi have structured Audi Brand Appearance according to the three following design principles: diversity, honesty and balance. It’s a fairly streamlined system – but it’s perfectly adequate, because what really counts is the spirit behind it.
About the Audi Rings
If there is a message, the rings are acting as an opening or a conclusion. In other cases, they can be placed anywhere and in any size (within the brand space). When displaying them in print or on screens they only need to be what they are: a powerful graphic symbol - plain and simple and with no special effects - simply in black or white, depending on the background.
On vehicles, buildings and for motor shows or other events, the rings are three-dimensional by nature and have an aluminium effect.