Strong sales performance for Audi last year in Europe, USA and China.
Audi delivered approx 1.9 million cars in 2023, while deliveries of more than 178.000 fully electric cars they mean an increase of 51% compared to 2022. One of the next important steps for Audi in the field of electric mobility will be the world premiere of the Q6 e-tron at the end of the first quarter of 2024.
“Audi is a strong brand with a clear focus on the electric future”says Audi CEO Gernot Döllner. “The high demand for our models is a strong starting point for 2024, which we recognize will be a year of challenges. Also in both 2024 and 2025, we will also strengthen and renew our range with many new cars. Emphasis will be placed beyond electric models and on a completely new generation of cars with internal combustion engines as well as plug-in hybrids”.
In 2023, Audi increased its deliveries to all them its areas world and showed greater growth than the overall market. Especially the significant increase in demand for fully electric models confirms the company’s consistent electrification strategy.
Specifically in 2023, Audi delivered more than 178.000 fully electric cars (51% increase). The demand for it was particularly high Audi Q4 e-tron (+112%), while the company will continue to promote this transformation with emphasis in 2024. The world premiere of the Audi Q6 e-tron at the end of the first quarter of this year will also be accompanied by the debut of the new platform specific to electric cars Premium Platform Electric (PPE).
In addition to its fully electric cars and Audi Q5 (332,000 units), Audi A6 (267,000 units) and Audi A4 (237,000 units) were particularly popular.
In Europe they delivered approx 748,000 cars (+20%) despite the difficult market environment. Fully electric models saw the biggest increase (+30%), with the Audi Q4 e-tron leading the way (+68%).
It is important that the Audi Sport delivered worldwide approx 48,000 cars high performance, marking a five percent increase over the previous year.
2023 turned out to be a great year for Audi and in GREECE, as it saw sales increase by more than 30% and surpass the milestone number for their premium brand 4,000 units.
This large increase in sales as well as in Audi’s market share is credited to the particularly great popularity of both Audi Q2 as well as his Audi A3 – the former almost doubled its sales compared to 2022, while the latter far exceeded 1,000 units achieving a market share of nearly 10%, placing it particularly high in its class.