Audi reported that a Jan 2016 sales increasing 2.7% to 11,850 vehicles, a 61st uninterrupted monthly record as a new Q7 helped stoke direct for Audi SUVs.
After leading 200,000 annual sales for a initial time, imprinting a sixth uninterrupted year of record sales in a U.S., Audi continued that movement in January. Audi set a prior record for a month, 11,541 deliveries, final year.
Sales of a all-new Audi Q7, Audi’s many technologically modernized vehicle, some-more than doubled in a initial month in a U.S. market. The 2,336 units sole was an all-time monthly sales record for a SUV. Consumer direct for all Audi SUV models bolstered Jan results, with an boost of 26.7% for a Q3, Q5 and Q7 models combined.
Sales of a A7 and A8 rose 51.6% and 12.7%, respectively, from a year earlier. The A3 Sportback e-tron also achieved good in a initial full month of sales, with 327 units sold.
“The new energetic Audi Q7 constructed an rare turn of direct right during launch,” pronounced Mark Del Rosso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. “With benchmark models such as a Q7 and a all-new A4 entrance this spring, we trust that the sales movement will continue unabated this year.”
– A3 includes A3 Sedan, S3 Sedan, A3 Cabriolet and A3 Sportback.
– A4 includes A4 Sedan and S4 Sedan, though does not embody Audi allroad.
– A5 includes A5 Coupe, S5 Coupe, RS 5 Coupe, A5 Cabriolet, S5 Cabriolet and
RS 5 Cabriolet.
– A6 includes A6 Sedan and S6 Sedan.
– A7 includes A7 Sedan, S7 Sedan and RS 7 Sedan.
– A8 includes A8 Sedan, A8 L Sedan and S8 Sedan.
– Q5 includes Q5 and SQ5.
– R8 includes R8 Coupe and R8 Spyder.
– TT includes TT Coupe, TTS Coupe and TT Roadster.