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Successful model: one million Audi Q5 from Ingolstadt

A production milestone has been reached at the Audi plant in Ingolstadt: The millionth Audi Q5 drove off the assembly line at Audi’s main plant in Ingolstadt. Employees and management are pleased about the SUV-models’ international success. Picture: Plant Director Albert Mayer (front right next to the anniversary car) and Chairman of Audi’s General Works Council Peter Mosch (on Mr Mayer’s right) with A4/A5/Q5 production employees.
  • Production jubilee for mid-range SUV
  • Plant Director Albert Mayer: “The international success of the Audi Q5 is due to the outstanding performance of our team”
  • Best-selling premium SUV in its segment: nearly 1.6 million deliveries worldwide

This Thursday, the one-millionth Audi Q5 drove off the production line at Audi’s main plant in Ingolstadt. The jubilee car, an SQ5 in Sepang Blue, will be delivered to a family in Germany. The international success of the Audi Q5 began in 2008, when Audi launched this model in the segment of mid-range SUVs – the second Q-model from the brand with the Four Rings after the Audi Q7. Since then, the Audi Q5 has developed into a favorite with the customers and is to be seen on the roads of more than 100 countries. Because Audi produces this top-seller also in China and India for the respective local markets, worldwide deliveries sum up to nearly 1.6 million vehicles.

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