Buying an Audi Will Soon Include Access to Exclusive Shoes


Those shopping for Audi vehicles in the next couple of months will get a treat for their feet. 

The German automaker has announced an exclusive collaboration with TOMS for limited-edition Audi shoes that will be available to Audi buyers during the company’s Summer of Audi sales event. Running June 3 through August 4, customers who purchase or lease a new or certified pre-owned Audi vehicle will receive an offer for a pair of exclusively-designed TOMS Audi shoes. In addition, the TOMS One for One giving program will provide 55,000 shoes to children in need this summer.

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The limited-edition Audi shoe is a classic slip-on made of ash gray coated canvas and features red stitching detail with the brand’s iconic four rings appearing on the inner lining and outer side tag. The Audi shoes will be available for men, women, children and toddlers.

“Through TOMS One for One giving program Audi will help change the lives of thousands of children in the United States and empower new customers to be a part of this movement,” said Loren Angelo, Director of Marketing, Audi of America.

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  • smartacus

    i didn’t think it’s possible to be turned off from a car by the shoes they offer…

  • Mike

    Whatever. And Lincoln offers stinky, overpriced cheese.

  • smartacus

    Whatever. And speaking of Lincoln; i tested a soft cushy 2015 Lincoln on a course, yesterday.
    It wallowed, it heaved, it pitched, it dived, it pushed, it oversteered, its brakes didn’t bite, its clutch was atrocious, and it didn’t carry speed through the turns… and it had a badge on it called FORD Mustang.

  • Mike

    Lincoln’s biggest failure was the end of the Town Car. The MIL has one of the last ones made. And that’s all she will drive. Good thing she can get at least 300k miles out of it. She won’t drive anything but that. And she doesn’t like any of the current Lincoln’s. I truly wish Lincoln well.

  • smartacus

    coincidentally; i know a 74 year old who bought a new MKZ 5 years ago. It’s a fast car, but it’s already in need of A/C repair.