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High demand for electric models and strong sales growth:
Audi starts off year with impressive performance

  • Audi CEO Markus Duesmann says: “The 43 percent increase in deliveries for all-electric models shows how attractive our electric portfolio already is”
  • CFO Jürgen Rittersberger says: “Given our holistic approach to sustainability, an ESG rating will help us identify further room for improvement”
  • Revenue increases in the first quarter of 2023 to €16.9 billion, operating profit to €1.8 billion, net cash flow of €1.7 billion slightly above previous year

The Audi Group has started off 2023 with strong delivery figures in nearly all core regions. In the first quarter, the brand group delivered some 422,000 Audi, Bentley, and Lamborghini vehicles – around 8 percent more than in the same period last year. The improved supply situation for semiconductors allowed the company to better meet the high demand for Audi models, in Europe and the USA in particular. Revenue increased to €16.9 billion. The operating profit climbed to €1.8 billion, while the operating margin of 10.8 percent was at the upper end of the strategic target corridor. The 43 percent increase in deliveries of electric cars demonstrates that the brand group is on the right track. In the company’s ongoing electrification journey, Audi has picked up considerable speed: In the largest model offensive in Audi’s history, the brand has announced the launch of around 20 new models between late 2023 and late 2025, more than ten of which will be all-electric.

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