India, which was at one time the number one player among the three luxury car
manufacturers in India, announced it has retailed 2947 units in the January –
September 2022 period. This works out to roughly 327 units a month.
launch of the new Audi A8 and Audi Q7 coupled with continued demand for the
Audi e-tron range, Audi A4, Audi A6, Audi Q5 and the RS performance range have
led to positive growth.
Approved: plus (pre-owned car business) has grown by 73% in the first nine
months of 2022. Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India, said, “Our
performance in the first nine months has laid the foundation for a positive
performance in the remainder of the year. Robust growth, despite the
semiconductor shortage and global supply-chain issues reiterates the customers’
enthusiasm around the brand and our wide product portfolio. With the upcoming
festive season, we are expecting good growth on the back of sustained demand.”
India continues the expansion of its pre-owned car business, Audi Approved:
plus in India. Currently operating with eighteen Audi Approved: plus showrooms
across all major hubs in the country, Audi India is expanding rapidly and will
have 22 pre-owned car facilities by the end of 2022. Audi Approved: plus (the
pre-owned car business) has grown by 73% in the first nine months of 2022.
forward the electrification strategy, Audi India has successfully installed
100+ chargers across 60+ cities in India – this includes all Audi India
dealerships, workshop facilities and select SAVWIPL Group brand dealerships
located across strategic highways in the country.
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