The top selling premium luxury car maker in India, Audi, is planning to launch 10 new models in 2015.
Audi India showcased its A3 Cabriolet at Delhi Auto Expo earlier in 2014. A good 11 months later, Audi A3 cabriloet is being launched in India on 11th December.
Audi India has today confirmed 10000 new members in the¬†Audi family in 2014. ¬†In celebration, Audi has introduced a¬†¬†special offer on Audi A4 and Audi A6, limited to the first 300 bookings.¬†
Luxury auto manufacturers in India have often said there’s no number game when it comes to sales, with each wholly emphasising on the best luxury can get. And while overall luxury car sales volumes in India are significantly low, auto manufacturers are slowly but surely working on network expansion.
This Diwali, Audi India took a bright and big connected step forward, and in the process got their Twitter fans involved. Audi India pledged a set of solar LED lamps for every 50 tweets with the hashtag, #ShareYourLight.
Mobil 1 was earlier this year association with 2014 Independence Quattro Drive was the chosen oil for Audi vehicles traversing Himalayan terrain to hoist the Indian National Flag in Ladakh.
Mumbai: The German automaker took centrestage at Audi 2015 Autumn Collection unveiling in Mumbai with a resplendent fashion presentation that comprised a collection and cars. With luxury cars standing in as a backdrop, the Audi-inspired collection was presented by designer, Varun Bahl.
For most folks in India, mentioning a luxury sedan would be a reference to the German trio: Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi. But that list is in fact a thing of the past, as the triad has over time grown to a quartet of luxury automakers with Jaguar-Land Rover brand (now a Tata Motors owned company) joining the list.