Audi India’s annual sales up 81 percent

January 10th, 2011 - 8:57 pm ICT by IANS  

New Delhi, Jan 10 (IANS) German luxury car manufacturer Audi’s Indian subsidiary Monday reported sales of 3,003 units in 2010, a growth of 81 percent over 2009’s tally of 1,658.The company said it expected to sustain the growth trajectory in 2011 as well with a slew of new product launches like A8L and A6 models.

“We expect to see further growth this year, thanks to our aggressive product offensive beginning with the Audi A8L and a slew of other exciting launches during the year,” Audi India’s head Michael Perschke said.

According to Perschke, the sales for last month grew by 96 percent at 212 cars against 108 cars in the corresponding period of 2009.

Globally, the Audi brand sold its highest ever cars in 2010 which stood at 1,092,400 units as compared to 950,000 in 2009.

Currently, Audi offers A4, A6, Q5, Q7, TT and the super sports car Audi R8 in India.

–Indo-Asina News Service

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