Audi is keen on expanding its lineup and is set to introduce 11 new vehicles bringing the brand’s total up to 60 different models.
“We will continue to write this success story and expand our product range from the current 49 to 60 models. We see a great deal of potential, particularly in the SUV segment and in the especially prestigious full-size category,” said Audi CEO Rupert Stadler.
In the SUV segment, Audi has already confirmed that it is planning on building a Q1 small crossover, bringing the brand’s total SUV count up to four. There is still room for expansion within the lineup too, with Q2, Q4, Q6 and Q8 all being possible nameplates for different sized SUVs and crossovers. When it comes to full size cars, Audi is likely to introduce an A9 halo car, which will likely be a coupe version of the A8.
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Back in 2005, Audi set a goal of selling 1.5 million vehicles annually by 2015, and the brand has announced that it has achieved its goal a year early, moving over 1.5 million vehicles in 2013. Now, the brand is setting its sights on selling 2 million cars annually by 2020, a goal that will be helped by the introduction of new models.
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