Audi sold more cars than the other two German premium brands in the first two months of the year, the report said that the company official declarations compared with rivals.
The difference between the best-selling premium brand in the world in the first two months of the year and the second best-selling premium brand globally in the same period is only 383 units, enough to delimited Audi of BMW in the ranking sales premium for January and February 2014.
Audi managed to sell 242,400 units in the first two months of this year, marking an increase of 9.3 percent over the same period of 2013. The responsible models for growth are A3 and Q7 are, say the official figures. For comparison, BMW had sales growth of 8.9 percent.
The Audi wants more, as Rupert Stadler says, the head of the German company, adding that it is more important long-term outcome. Therefore, the Ingolstadt brand will launch 17 new or restyled models within the year, including the new generation of the TT, recently presented at Geneva.