Audi of America, based in Herndon, Virginia, is contending for leadership of America’s premium automotive market. In 2015, Audi of America delivered more than 200,000 vehicles for the first time and exceeded that number in 2016, its seventh straight year of record annual sales. In 2017, the brand is launching its broadest and most ambitious product lineup. This is concurrent with the launch of Audi Sport showrooms in many of its more than 290 U.S. dealerships and a commitment by Audi dealer partners to invest $1 billion in new or expanded facilities by 2020.
Audi, which sells a full line of coupes, sedans, SUVs and sports cars, from the A3 to the R8 V10 plus, earns top ratings for vehicle quality, and its dealer network wins accolades for customer service. From the Super Bowl to the silver screen, Audi continues to cement its place at the center of culture, while shaping the national conversation about the future of mobility and advancing the state of the art in connected vehicle technology.
This year, Audi will introduce the first level three automated vehicle with the next A8. By 2020, accelerated by artificial intelligence and deep learning, Audi will deliver highly and fully automated vehicles. In parallel, by 2025, at least 25 percent of Audi vehicles delivered in the U.S. will be electric. Audi of America intends to maintain the same focus that has driven its success: thrilling current Audi fans and creating new ones.