Audi Expects SUVs to Make up Half of Sales by 2025

Audi Expects SUVs to Make up Half of Sales by 2025

0 comments 📅13 June 2018, 20:30

Audi sales were up terminal month, but a new prediction says that it won’t be long before SUVs outstrip cars for the lion’s share of the brand’s sales volume.

With 785,300 sales between January and the end of May, Audi sales globally are up 6.4 percent from the year in the presence of. But 287,000 of those sales were SUVs, making up 36.6 percent. Audi predicts that by 2025, more than half of the trade name’s sales will be crossovers and SUVs. In North America, the mix has already turned the corner. 51 percent of sales here were SUVs. The bestselling Audi crossover is the Q5, which saw 125,750 deliveries in the cardinal five months of this year.

Adding the Q8, which is set to go on sale near the end of the year, wish help boost the SUV share even more quickly. “This spur SUV is a perfect addition to the full-size segment and is the next coup in our model hustle,” said Bram Schot, board member for sales and marketing at Audi. “Especially in the core markets China and USA, the car will be an important sales driver and strengthen our supermarket position.”

China continues to be an important market for Audi, with 258,413 sales there. North American sales are up lose, but poor performance in Germany and France have European sales down neutral under five percent for the year.

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