Audi is on a bit of a roll, lately. This past July, Audi sales saw record highs for the month, marking the 55th consecutive record sales month for Audi. This is a tremendous streak of Audi sales and the German brand doesn’t plan on slowing down. BMW is currently the number one seller of luxury vehicles in the United States and Audi plans on doing something about that.
“The showroom traffic that our dealers saw in July indicates that demand across the Audi product lineup is hotter than ever,” said Mark Del Rosso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. Despite the hot lineup, though, it’s really the SUVs that give Audi the biggest sales boost. SUV sales increased 68% for the month of July, with sales of the Q5 increasing 47% on its own.
But this isn’t the end of Audi’s sales increase and Audi isn’t becoming complacent. “We are confident that the Audi momentum will continue into the autumn selling season with the release of the entire model-year 2016 portfolio and the upcoming launches of the all-new TT and the first plug-in Audi, the A3 Sportback e-tron.” Almost all of Audi’s models have experienced an increase in sale, and the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show should give Audi even more momentum heading into Autumn.