The new Audi R8 Spyder V10

Win An Audi Brand Experience with Audi Ireland And Today FM

Audi Ireland and Today FM have teamed up to give away 15 places to an exclusive two-day Audi brand experience in Germany.

The 15 lucky winners, along with a guest of their choice, will fly to the global home of Audi in Ingolstadt, Germany on 28th and 29th June 2018. The exclusive prize will an opportunity to drive the Audi R8 V10 Plus and Audi S5, go off-roading in the Audi Q7 and receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the Audi factory and the Audi Museum.

Book An Audi Service To Enter

Audi customers who book an Audi Major Service on between February 12th and April 30th will automatically be entered into the draw to win one of the first ten places. The winners will be selected at random and announced at 3pm on 30th April.

Cian Cox, Aftersales Marketing Specialist with Audi Ireland said: “We are really thrilled to be able to offer our service customers an exclusive experience to acknowledge their custom and loyalty to the Audi brand and their local authorised Audi dealer. We have some very enthusiastic and loyal ambassadors to the Audi brand and we feel that letting some of our customers tour the facility where their cars are made, as well as driving our ultimate performance model, the Audi R8, is an exciting way to reward our customers for keeping their servicing needs within the Audi Dealer network.”

For more information on Audi’s new service booking platform visit or contact a local authorised Audi dealership.

Mazda museum Augsberg, Germany

Mazda Museum Opens In Germany

The first Mazda museum in Europe – and the only one outside Japan – opens this weekend in Augsburg, Germany.

Frey’s Mazda Classic Car Museum, a project from local Mazda dealer Auto Frey with the support of Mazda Germany, charts the carmaker's almost 100 year history.

The new Mazda museum will house 45 vehicles – vintage Mazdas officially sold in Europe, as well as models only available elsewhere, including a number of rarities from the Frey family’s extensive private collection.

The facility, located in a refurbished Augsburg tram depot dating from 1897, is also equipped with an expansive event area, restaurant facilities and a gift shop.

“Uniquely impressive, the first Mazda museum outside Japan represents a dream come true for the Frey family to share with the public its one-of-a-kind collection of vintage Mazdas from around the world,” commented Mazda Motor Corporation Executive Vice President Akira Marumoto.

Mazda museum Augsberg, Germany
The museum houses 45 classic Mazda cars

Some of the models on display include a 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport, 1969 Mazda Luce RX87 and 1992 Mazda RX-7, the top-selling rotary powered model in history.

Other highlights include a 1960 Mazda R360, the company’s first mass-produced passenger car, a 1962 Mazda K360 three-wheeled light truck, a 1966 Mazda Familia 1000 coupé, a 1976 Mazda 616, the first model officially offered in Germany starting in 1973, and the Mazda AZ-1, a mid-engined lightweight sports car from 1992.

The selection will change continually, too, with additional gems from the Frey’s collection of 120-plus vehicles destined for rotation into the exhibit.

Operators also hope the venue will become a hub for vintage Mazda club meetings and classic car events in general.

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