Audi to boost SUV lineup to meet growing demand
- Germany: Thursday, February 21 - 2013 at 03:19
German carmaker Audi plans to double its lineup of sport-utility vehicles (SUV) by 2020, in a bid to close the sales gap behind BMW, as more customers seek SUV made by a luxury brand, Bloomberg has reported, citing a person familiar with the strategy. The Volkswagen AG unit is developing the Q2, Q4 and Q6 as a sportier alternative to its current range of three SUVs, the person said. The new offerings mean Audi, which only moved into SUVs in 2005 with the Q7, will have six such models, roughly matching up with its sedan and coupe lineup in a bid to catch up with BMW and keep Mercedes at bay.
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