Audi launches expanded, streamlined and more intuitive media web site
Audi of America launched a new web site for journalists, bloggers and other news-media professionals at audiusa.com/newsroom. The completely redesigned site delivers a much easier, quicker and more satisfying experience and expanded, up-to-date information about Audi vehicles, the brand and other aspects of the company.
Integrated with audiusa.com, the company’s general web site, the new audiusa.com/newsroom will allow journalists, bloggers and other news-media professionals – as well as Audi brand fans -- to dig deeply into topics without having to visit multiple web sites.
The site also provides simplified access to journalists, with no registration required. And at audiusanews.com, journalists and other Audi fans can register to keep pace with the latest news from Audi on a new Twitter feed (@AudiNews) that will keep them in the know and up to date on developments at Audi of America.
As part of audiusa.com, the newsroom brings the latest Audi news and information closer to the look and feel of the Audi brand.
Visit: https://twitter.com/AudiNews to follow Audi
The Audi prologue show car - launching into a new design era
Audi is launching into a new design era: At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Marc Lichte, Head of Design, presented the Audi prologue concept car. Lichte is giving the Audi brand a new styling direction in the large coupe.
“When he moved to Audi, Marc Lichte launched a design offensive,” says Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, Board Member for Development, who brought him to Ingolstadt in 2014. “His clear philosophy and precise understanding of Audi DNA let him develop a design strategy that is opening up entirely new perspectives for us. It is progressive and highly emotional; it expresses the technological competence and quality claim of the brand perfectly. The Audi prologue is its first proponent – it is a ‘signature car’ for Audi.”
Audi sets 47th straight monthly U.S. record with 22% gain
November results make the 4th highest sales result for Audi in the U.S. and the best November on record. New annual U.S. sales record achieved with 162,773 vehicles sold year to date. Second-best month on record for sales of the Audi Q5 luxury SUV.
Audi reported November U.S. sales increased 22.0% to 16,640 vehicles, marking the 47th consecutive month of record U.S. sales for the brand. Audi U.S. sales year-to-date increased 15.4% to 162,773 vehicles sold, setting a new annual sales record with one month to go in 2014.