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Audi TT: Giant statue now placed in Ingolstadt

Audi TT
The giant Audi TT statue has now found its permanent home at Audi’s headquarters in Ingolstadt.

The Audi TT monument is ten metres long, 3.25 metres wide and 4.25 metres tall. It weighs ten tonnes and will be position on a roundabout named after the company. Another statue was recently presented at Goodwood; it is 35 metres tall and symbolises the sports history and tradition of the company.

The Audi TT sculpture was created in 2006 and has already been exhibited in Berlin, Hong Kong and Munich. The 100 year anniversary festivities commence on July 16th and the Audi Forum in Ingolstadt, with Chancellor Angela Merkel present, and will conclude on July 19th with a free event for all Audi fans.

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Source: Eurocarblog