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Chennai Express starcast and Audi Delhi Central: Q3 S Guess The Price Contest

Rashy Todd and Mikey Todd, Directors of Audi Delhi Central too were present at the exclusive event along with Audi India’s exclusive range of cars, R8 5.2 V10 quattro, S4 V6 3.0 TFSI, and S6 V8 4.0 TFSI. To celebrate the unique occasion, a special cake had been ordered in the form of a train, representing the success of Chennai Express. The train also featured Audi’s symbolic four rings. Scan through the image gallery below for more insight.

Apart from the exciting party above, Audi is also getting ready for one of their biggest launches in India, with the all new Q3 S. This variant of Q3 compact SUV will be launched on 19th of this month at the Audi Delhi Central. Audi Q3S is introduced via the completely knocked down route, instead of the completely built up route utilized by existing Q3. It will be assembled at the company plant in Aurangabad.

To create some excitement ahead of Q3 S launch, Audi India has launched ‘Guess the launch price’ contest. Participants are invited to guess the launch price of this Audi Q series SUV and could win an all expenses trip to the launch party in Delhi. Details of this contest can be sought on the company’s Facebook page or at www.audi-q3.in. Along with the new car, Audi will also open their new dealership, Audi Delhi Central. This is the first dealership in India to be based on the unique Central Business District concept.

Coming into India to compete head (where price is concerned) on with Mercedes Benz A Class and B Class and upcoming BMW 1 Series, Q3 S from Audi is sure to be priced competitively. It will possess a 2.0 liter TDI engine offering 140 bhp power and 320 peak torque. The model being priced economically will miss out on features such as automatic gearbox, quattro all wheel drive, Bi-Xenon headlamps, sunroof, power assist features for side passenger seat, satellite navigation and reverse parking camera. It will have reverse parking sensors instead.

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