2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
Audi grew only moderately in the penultimate month of the year. The rest of the world was able to compensate for the decline in the most important single market, China.
Audi lost momentum in November. With 147,750 deliveries, the VW subsidiary from Ingolstadt increased by one percent in the month before last, after eleven months it is 3.4 percent with 1.64 million sales. "In view of special effects in China and the phase-out of the first Q7 generation in the USA, we are satisfied with our sales development in November," said Sales Director Dietmar Voggenreiter.
Audi in the USA just up
The brand with the four rings had to accept losses in the most important single market in particular. 49,519 units meant a decrease of 5.8 percent, after eleven months Audi was in the red with 1.1 percent with 510,692 sales.
In the USA, on the other hand, Audi is just above the line with 0.4 percent and 16,700 new registrations. In addition to the model change of the Q7 - the flagship, which is extremely popular in the USA, will not start until January - the voluntary temporary sale of diesel models is also having an effect, as the company announced.
Audi optimistic for the coming months
In Europe, however, the Q7, which has been available since summer, quadrupled its sales with 3,300 deliveries in November. And despite the model change of the top seller A4, deliveries rose by six percent to 62,300 vehicles. After eleven months, Audi has 742,300 new registrations, up four percent.
Considering a new record year, Voggenreiter is optimistic about the future. "The sustained high demand for Audi models in Europe and our good global order situation will give us further tailwind for the coming months." (AG / TF)
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