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Audi in November: Deliveries remain down on last year due to exceptional situation
- Around 132,650 deliveries in the month, down 16.7 percent
- Highest November sales ever in China, exceptional effects continue in Europe
- Audi interim CEO Bram Schot: “Laying down markers for the future in challenging phase”
Global deliveries of the Four Rings in November fell by 16.7 percent year-on-year to around 132,650 automobiles. In Europe, extraordinary effects due to the switch to the WLTP test cycle along with the challenging phase-in and phase-out scenario as part of the Audi model initiative continue to affect sales. As a result, the company delivered 33.9 percent fewer units in Europe last month than in the same month in 2017. Deliveries from the Ingolstadt-based automaker also fell 9.1 percent in North America on account of imminent model changeovers. By contrast, China continued to grow (+2.7%). Cumulative global sales since January were down 2.4 percent on the corresponding period of 2017 at around 1,657,950 units.