In this Coronavirus crisis in which we all crashed, the auto industry has also been hit hard and long. The German automotive producer Audi in India has shrunk its wide collection of cars to only 3 cars for sale in India – A6, Q8, and A8 L.
The Corona infection crisis has covered all insignificant organizations and restrained a huge number of professionals to work from home. With the hold on the sales operation over the nation, car brands are working resolutely to build their digital impression during this lockdown in an offer to keep their planned clients locked in.
Removing a vast collection of automobiles from the official webpage isn’t really an ideal situation to be in, especially when people have not much to do aside from experience a couple of hours on the web. However, that isn’t the reason why various vehicles have gone missing from the Audi India website. Here is the official press clarification by the association.
“As India progressed towards Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) standards in April 2020, with arrangement ahead of time and an advanced methodology, Audi India sold out the whole of its BS-IV supply of vehicles. With the uniform guidelines of BS-VI, we have chosen to introduce a new entire range of models in India. Subsequently, our approach will be to introduce either a brand-new model for first in India or to upgrade our cars for next-generation in at any rate and we will do this in a staged plan. Stay tuned to our next item declarations for an energizing future with Audi in India.”
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The premium car pioneer has an impeccable product range that follows A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8 L, Q3, Q5, Q7, Q8, R8, and a few other performances designed models. Audi India has been a top-notch brand in the Indian market not very long ago yet now it has been battling to keep up in the business department.
In last year, the Audi India sales took a dip at 4,594 units – their lowest annual sale in 9 years. In correlation with rivals Mercedes and BMW enrolled deals of 13,786 units and 9,000 units respectively for the year 2019.
With BS6 updates set to increase the diesel vehicle costs fundamentally, the COVID-19 circumstance has come as a further spoiler. With a previously frail benchmark in 2019, it will be especially hard for Audi India to develop post-sales in 2020.
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