Audi AntiDizel Manager


Soon Audi will be headed by the former top manager BMW and Mercedes-Benz Markus Dyusmann.

To fulfill the responsibilities of the head of Audi, Markus Dyusmann will begin on April 1, 2020, having changed the current leader of the company Bram Shota in this post. This was reported by the press service Audi.

In the automotive industry, Marcus Dyusmann works for almost thirty years and until recently he was part of the Board of Directors of BMW. He joined the Bavarian company in 2007 and was responsible for developing motors for the factory team of Formula 1. On September 30 of this year, his contract with BMW has expired and was not extended. Until 2007, Dyusmann worked in Mercedes-Benz, where he also was engaged in the development of engines.

As stated in the official statement of the company, Bram Shota leaves his post by mutual agreement with the management of the Volkswagen concern. In this position, he replaced Rupert Stadler, arrested by the German authorities in June 2018 on suspicion of involvement in the diesel scandal. In July of this year, the Prosecutor’s Office Munich accused Stadler in falsifying data on the level of harmful emissions in Audi and Volkswagen cars.