Audi, the Volkswagen subsidiary, recently announced a 37% increase since last year, having sold 313,036 vehicles in China. 2011’s results reveal that China has become the company’s largest market in the world.
In a newsletter for ARC China, Adam Roseman quotes Audi’s Peter Schwarzenbauer:”The numbers have exceeded our expectations again.”
Schwarzenbauer added that the company plans to continue developing within China. Last month, Audi shared its plans to build another factory in Guangdong province. The company hopes that the factory will begin operating next year, to manufacture between 150,000-200,000 new cars every year.