Audi Looks to China for Sales Records as Price War Brews

From The Local:

Audi is targeting sales of “more than 200,000 units in 2010” in China and “around 300,000 in 2012,” sales chief Peter Schwarzenbauer told a telephone news conference.

Last year, Audi sold 159,000 vehicles in China, where VW is firmly implanted, a figure that represented 17 percent of all deliveries.

Now the biggest car market in the world, China has been good to German luxury car makers but a price war might be on the horizon there.

Echoing comments made by Daimler, Audi said that “some manufacturers have started more aggressive pricing in China.”

SUPPORT CDT

CDT on Twitter

Google Ads 1

CDT EBOOKS

Giving Assistant

Amazon Smile

Google Ads 2

Anti-censorship Tools

Life Without Walls

Click on the image to download Firefly for circumvention

Open popup
X

Welcome back!

CDT is a non-profit media site, and we need your support. Your contribution will help us provide more translations, breaking news, and other content you love.