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Audi grabbed a multitude of prizes in January and February

It was a fruitful first two months of the year for Audi as the German luxury marque managed to win a multitude of awards all over the world.

Firstly, the Audi A1 was named the best mini/small car in the DEKRA Used Car Report for the second time in a row and the result is based on the data gathered from no less than 15 million general inspections.

Audi was also named the top brand in 2015 by Auto Zeitung in the Multimedia and Connectivity category, following a voting process which included more than 9,400 readers.

In Portugal, the Audi TT has been named the sports car of the year by a 21-member expert jury.

The Audi A6 grabbed the number one luxury car title for the third year in a row in the US Consumer Report.

In Austria, the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron triumphed in the 2015 Marcus Award in the trendsetter category. The same car also was named Wertmeister (Value Champion) of 2015 by Auto Bild and market research instititue Schwacke.

Moreover, the Audi A3 won the U.S. News Best Car Award in the Upscale Small Cars category.

2015 Audi A1 Sportback facelift
2015 Audi A1 Sportback facelift

In the Blogger Auto Award, the A1 took the win in the small car category while the A6 came in first in the upper midsize segment.

The Audi A1 won in the small category of the “Best Cars” survey where the Q3 came on top of the “Compact SUV” segment.

US magazine Popular Science gave the “Product of the Future” award for Audi’s MMI and virtual cockpit.

Audi India scored three awards, with the A3 named “NDTV Car of the Year” and “Entry Premium Car of the Year” while Audi India Communications grabbed the title for “Best PR & Communication Team of the Year.”

Lastly, the Audi TT Coupe was named “Coupe of the Year” by What Car? which also gave the A3 Sportback e-tron the title for the best electric car and the A3 Cabriolet the top model of choice in the cabriolet category.

Adrian Padeanu

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