AUDI AG: for a initial time, over 900,000 business in a initial half of a year

Posted on 10. Jul, 2015 by in Audi Canada

“So far, 2015 has been a year of hurdles for us. We are assembly these hurdles successfully and sojourn on track,” says Luca de Meo, Member of the Board of Management for Sales and Marketing during AUDI AG. “Many markets have turn significantly some-more difficult, generally in Asia and Eastern Europe. In addition, we are scheming for new generations in pivotal volume models and markets. These make adult around 40 percent of a global sales.”

As inheritor to a top‑selling Audi model, a new A4 will initial be launched in Europe in a fourth quarter. In a full‑size class, a new Q7 arrived during dealers in a initial European markets in Jun before constantly premiering in a other regions of a world. The indication changeover for a updated era of a A6 is also still underway in some regions. Strong growth in a initial half of a year was accessible by a globally accessible A3 family, adult 35 percent to around 195,350 cars delivered. Demand for a Q3 (+7.5% to around 100,950 cars) and Q5 (+3.9% to around 126,200 cars) SUV models also continued to grow.

SUV sales showed quite clever expansion in a United States where a total models of a Q3, Q5 and Q7 increasing by 28.5 percent in a initial half of a year. Across a whole lineup, a United States achieved a top boost in sales among a 10 largest Audi sales markets with expansion of 11 percent to 93,615 deliveries. Significant increases in Canada (+19.6% to 13,463 cars) and Brazil (+39.4% to 8,683 cars) also done a American continent a expansion engine for Audi during a initial half of a year: up 12.4 percent to around 127,100 customers. Audi’s energetic gait in a segment continued unabated in Jun with an 8.3 percent boost to 18,262 deliveries in a U.S. market and a 42.9 percent boost in sales in South America to around 2,350 units.

In Europe, a new generations of a A6 (+9.2% to around 52,400 cars) and A7 (+23.9% to around 6,300 cars) supposing certain movement in a initial half of a year. The new TT also significantly stretched a patron bottom (+78.1% to around 12,300 cars). Across a whole operation of models, deliveries of a four rings increasing in Western Europe by 4.1 percent to around 394,600 given a commencement of a year. In June, sales in a segment reached around 67,100 cars delivered to customers, an boost of 4.9 percent. Among a vital Western European markets, accumulative direct increasing particularly in Spain (+10.3% to 25,146 cars), Italy (+7.9% to 28,030 cars) and Germany (+5.5% to 147,763 cars). In contrast, a clever marketplace downturn in Russia continued during a initial half of a year (‑32.3% to 12,155 cars).

Market developments in a Asia‑Pacific segment were also churned in a initial half of a year. While South Korea (+9.0% to 14,560 cars) assimilated a ranks of Audi’s top ten sales markets for a initial time, and Australia also reported poignant growth (+17.4% to 11,339 cars), a disappearing altogether marketplace in Japan was reflected in Audi’s sales performance: down 1.8 percent to 15,718 cars. In China, a code was means to boost a sales somewhat by 1.9 percent to 273,853 cars given January, though a stream patience of Chinese business in a upper market segments is also clearly felt by a leading premium car company. In June, a sales total of Audi in China declined by 5.8 percent to 47,831 cars delivered.

Market overview on page 3

Sales for
AUDI AG

In June

Cumulative

2015

2014

Change from 2014

2015

2014

Change from 2014

World

157,450

155,459

+1.3%

902,400

869,357

+3.8%

Europe

71,650

69,233

+3.5%

419,900

410,037

+2.4%

– Germany

24,165

23,502

+2.8%

147,763

140,003

+5.5%

– UK

13,828

13,545

+2.1%

86,376

83,357

+3.6%

– France

5,481

5,263

+4.1%

30,653

30,502

+0.5%

– Italy

4,873

4,845

+0.6%

28,030

25,979

+7.9%

– Spain

4,688

4,168

+12.5%

25,146

22,789

+10.3%

– Russia

2,007

3,000

-33.1%

12,155

17,966

-32.3%

USA

18,262

16,867

+8.3%

93,615

84,349

+11.0%

Mexico

1,235

1,111

+11.2%

6,568

6,205

+5.9%

Brazil

1,525

835

+82.6%

8,683

6,229

+39.4%

China
(incl. Hong Kong)

47,831

50,756

-5.8%

273,853

268,666

+1.9%

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