Local New: Audi Singapore looks forward to 2011

Local New: Audi Singapore looks forward to 2011

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
04 Dec 2010

Reinhold Carl, Managing Director of Audi Singapore enthused, "Despite challenges for the automotive industry with COE quota cuts this year, Audi is set to wrap up 2010 with record-breaking sales to remain the fastest growing prestige car brand in Singapore. Audi launched nine new models in Singapore this year, including some of our sportiest cars and our latest flagship, the new Audi A8. The A8 is the most progressive car in the luxury class and we expect it to lend a strong boost to our growth in Singapore in 2011. To continue the momentum of Audi’s global product offensive and meet growing demand, we will introduce nine new Audi models to Singapore in 2011. Audi will also continue to invest in aftersales and marketing initiatives such as the Audi Fashion Festival which has become a key activity on the Singapore cultural events calendar.”

This year, Audi introduced nine new Audi models to Singapore, bringing the total number of Audi models available to 27. In 2011, Audi has earmarked no less than nine new models to be launched locally. This is in tandem with the brand’s global product offensive to grow its line-up to 42 models by 2015 and become the number one prestige car brand in the world.

Audi models launched in Singapore in 2010
A5 Sportback
S5 Sportback
A8L ana A8
TT RS Roadster
Q5 3.0 TFSI
Q7 3.0 TDI
R8 Spyder V10

Audi models to be introduced in Singapore in 2011
A1 - Q1 2011
A7 Sportback - Q2 2011
A8L W12 - Q1 2011
TT facelift - Q1 2011
TT RS seven-speed S-tronic - Q1 2011
R8 Spyder V8 - Q1 2011
R8 GT - 2nd half 2011


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