Audi India, has announced the start of production of the all new Audi A6 at its Aurangabad plant. More than 2,000 units of the next generation Audi A6 will run off the production line every year, in the initial years.
We expect the launch by July. The car will be offered in a choice of petrol and diesel engines.
The official start of production was announced in the presence of Kurt Romeiss, Senior Manager Quality, Audi A6, Jürgen Krieger, Senior Manager PreSeries Center, Audi Neckarsulm and Michael Perschke, Head, Audi India. Dr. Leopold-Theodor Heldman, Consul General, Federal Republic of Germany in Mumbai, graced the occasion as the guest of honour.
“The production of the all new Audi A6 underlines our growing presence in the Indian market and reiterates our long term commitment to customers in India. The commencement of production of this next generation Audi A6 is in line with our long term strategy for India and is a precursor to its much-awaited launch later this year,” said Michael Perschke, Head, Audi India.
“The Audi A6 is one of the most successful business sedans worldwide and with the introduction of this seventh generation A6, we continue to offer our customers with exciting products that are progressive, sporty and sophisticated – reflecting the core essence of our brand DNA ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’.
The new Audi A6 perfectly blends the advanced technology of the new Audi A8 L and the design features of the new Audi A7 Sportback, and is the first true luxury business limousine in its segment. The Audi A6 has played a significant role in our exceptional performance in the Indian market and we are confident that the new Audi A6 with its distinctive appearance, dynamic performance and superior technology will set new benchmarks in the luxury car market in India,” he added.
Manufacturing of the new Audi A6 will take place in 16 work cycles on one production line at the Aurangabad plant, securing local employment for 126 individuals for the next years to come. The new Audi A6 will be offered with a choice of diesel and petrol engines.