Audi: more than 1.57 million deliveries in 2013
- Global sales up 8.3 percent thanks to strong demand for new A3 family and Q models
- Audi CEO Rupert Stadler: “More than 600,000 new customers in four years”
- Sales chief Luca de Meo: “In 2013, Audi achieved new sales records in more than 40 markets and became the leading premium brand in the UK for the first time”
A new all-time record for AUDI AG: In 2013, the company sold around 1,575,500 automobiles worldwide, 8.3 percent more than in 2012. The premium manufacturer’s sales thus increased by more than 100,000 units for the fourth consecutive year. Major growth drivers over the past year were Audi’s three biggest export markets, all of which reported double-digit growth: with China up 21.2 percent, the United States up 13.5 percent, and the UK up
14.9 percent. In Europe and China, the four rings again led the premium segment in 2013 as the top-selling brand. Audi concluded the year with a 18.4 percent growth to around 130,700 global deliveries in December, increasing sales in all regions of the world compared to the same month of 2012.