Audi’s global sales jumped by 2.5% in April to 152,850 cars

Audi has managed to deliver 152,850 cars last month, this boosting their global sales by 2.5% compared to April 2014. Demand for cars with the four ring logo increased in just about all regions of the world and helped the Ingolstadt-based automaker increase year to date deliveries by 5.2% to approximately 591,050 units.

U.S. sales rose last month by 7.5% to 16,827 cars thanks to a solid increase of Q models of 35.6% to 6,447 units. In Europe, deliveries jumped by 0.9% to approximately 71,750 units while in China they sold 178,612 cars, representing a 5.2% increase.

As for Russia, the situation isn’t looking so good as sales since the beginning of the year have decreased by 31% to 8,248 units. In Turkey, Audi sold 47.7% more cars in the first four months of 2015.

Here are all the detailed results:

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Sales for AUDI AGIn AprilCumulative
 20152014Change from 201420152014Change from 2014
  – Germany25,66325,503+0.6%98,87191,961+7.5%
  – UK13,12612,630+3.9%58,90756,301+4.6%
  – France5,7125,691+0.4%20,32120,272+0.2%
  – Italy5,2254,270+22.4%17,82116,807+6.0%
  – Spain4,1003,541+15.8%16,42215,060+9.0%
  – Russia2,1163,660-42.2%8,24811,946-31.0%
(incl. Hong Kong)
Adrian Padeanu

Long-time fan of the fabled Four Rings.