How the Four Rings Became the Audi Trademark: Auto Union AG Founded 90 Years Ago

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="73042"] source: Audi AG Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer merge to form Auto Union AG in 1932 The Audi Tradition app: Information on Audi history as well as the Audi museum mobile and the vehicles on display there available online 24/7 As Audi’s trademark, the four interlocking rings symbolize the June 29, 1932 merger of four previously independent automobile manufacturers: Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer. They are the roots of today’s AUDI ...

Audi Club International Slovakia: Four Rings Love

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="35231"] words: Bill, photos: Audi Club International Slovensko Did you know that Audi Club North America is part of a larger group called Audi Club International? There are clubs in Germany, Mexico, Switzerland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Italy, and Slovakia. It's the last club that created this masterpiece. Recently, ACI Slovakia assembled 193 Audi vehicles to make the Four Rings you see above. Each rings's diameter was 45m (148ft) and the wid...

Bridge Building with Four Rings

words: Roger Labas, photos: Ron Salzer Ron Salzer has been building bridges for the last 21 years throughout the Southeast United States. Bridge building began as a playful deviation from his successful architectural ironwork business- designing and fabricating gates and railings for North East Georgia lake properties- and developed into an all- consuming passion and demanding niche business. He faced a steep learning curve but with the assistance of structural engineers and inclusion of p...