India presented an exhilarating line-up
of luxury cars along with the Audi Sport quattro concept at the Auto Expo. The
company unveiled the next big Audi - Audi A3 Sedan - apart from special
versions of its class-leading and award-winning SUVs - Audi Q3, Audi Q5 and
Audi Q7. The brand with the four rings also showcased its recent and most powerful
addition to the India fleet - the Audi RS 7 Sportback. Another highlight at the
Audi stand was the Audi R18 e-tron quattro to celebrate Audi’s success in
motorsports. The Audi range was presented by Terence Johnsson, Head of Sales
Overseas, Audi AG and Joe King, Head, Audi India.
2013, Audi achieved new sales records in more than 40 markets and India was one
of them with sales of 10002 units. We believe this market has tremendous
potential for further growth of brand Audi. Reaffirming our commitment to the
Indian market, we are bringing the Audi A3 Sedan - the next big Audi to India.
We expect the Indian market to continue to grow and to contribute substantially
to Audi’s global sales,” said Terence Johnsson, Head of Sales Overseas, Audi
“We have kick-started 2014 on a strong note
and as we continue to strengthen our market leadership, we are truly committed
to deliver best value to our customers and maintain a passionate focus on
offering unique products and service. We believe that the Indian market has
tremendous potential and we will continue to focus on sustainable and
profitable growth. Our presence in India is growing stronger by the day and we
want to reach out to all Audi enthusiasts. We will continue with our network
expansion strategy and plan to increase our network to 40 dealerships by end of
2014,” said King.
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