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Word from automotive industry news magazine Automotive News via Autoblog.com is that Audi is close to revealing their plans for a North American production point. Last week the rumor was Mexico, though the rumormill isn't so sure now. Time will tell, though if Automotive News is correct then it won't take much time for Audi to actually tell.
According to Reuters, German news magazine Der Spiegel has reported that Audi has finalized plans to build its much-talked about North American factory in Mexico and that this factory will build the Q5. The story sites no sources, though the fact that the rumor comes from Der Spiegel suggests there's some legitimacy
Want to see more about the Audi A1 Sportback? Audi AG has released a new video showing production of its latest 5-door at its production facility in Brussels Belgium. Watch it below or via our Fourtitube video channel on YouTube. Also check out more photos of the A1 Sportback including production shots like the one above via the Audi A1 Sportback Photo Gallery .
Hot on the heels of the Automotive News story about a potential American Audi factory come several pieces by pro-Alabama publications suggesting 'Bama may be prime country for an Audi facility. One of the more informative pieces from AL.com particularly grabbed our attention.
As it turns out, Audi sister brand Volkswagen seriously considered a location in Huntsville, AL before choosing its current Chattanooga location.