Audi A3 sedan will be launched in India in a few hours from now. India’s first entry level compact luxury sedan, slated to be the most affordable Audi in India, is expected to come with a price range of Rs 25-33 lakhs. Bookings are open, and dealers have confirmed that the response has been unlike any other Audi till date.
Here we compile information on 5 upcoming car launches in August 2014 that will be worth waiting. List includes facelifts and all new cars from popular auto makers.
The much anticipated entry level sedan Audi A3 has made its presence felt in Malaysian markets where it is on sale for a price of RM180k (34.29 lakhs). Available in two petrol variants, 1.4 TFSI is priced at RM 179,900 while the second variant 1.8 TFSI quattro has a price tag of RM 240,888 (Rs 45.90 lakhs).
India bound 2015 Mercedes Benz GLA compact SUV has received a price tag in the US, and guess what, it has been priced at a starting price lesser than that of Audi Q3.
There is no doubt that Audi and Mercedes Benz are competing for top spot in India. While sales figures of Q1 2014 placed Audi on top, industry is still awaiting Q2 sales figures as neither of them have revealed numbers yet.
Slated to be officially launching in India on August 7, 2014, Audi A3 sedan enters production. Audi A3 sedan will be offered with both petrol and diesel engines, eager to cater to the demands of Indian buyers in the luxury segment while securing Audiās market share and intensifying their leaderships position in India.
Audi is set to commence a new expansion plan soon, aiming to emerge as leader of worldwide premium car market by 2020. Rupert Stadler, Chairman of Audi, said the expansion phase will be put in motion this Autumn, which will include new product launches. Announcement was made in recent event in Copenhagen marking 25 years of TDI diesel engines.
Audi India modified their Q5 SUVĀ to use as an assisting vehicle for newly introduced road side assistance with Audi Service Mobile. This endeavour is to take sales and service to customers one step ahead and offer on the spot assistance in the event of a breakdown.