Audi

China-auto-sales-statistics-Audi-logoChina auto sales statistics for Audi only include the models that are locally produced in China through the FAW-Audi Joint Venture with local manufacturing partner First Auto Works and excludes import models.

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The Audi A4 and A6 were produced and sold in China until 2008, production and sales of the stretched wheel-base Audi A4L and A6L started in 2009.

Also find Audi European sales figures and Audi US sales figures.

 

Audi
All Models
2014
Audi
All Models
2015
Audi
All Models
2016
Audi
All Models
2017
January 44.921 47.328 55.285 51.069
February 28.534 30.559 32.994 28.694
March 42.039 42.822 49.537
April 41.176 42.085 47.440
May 46.922 41.760 46.644
June 44.899 34.982 44.011
July 35.604 33.378 43.746
August 42.619 42.753 45.512
September 46.717 49.672 46.075
October 41.411 47.236 43.193
November 45.560 50.803 54.789
December 52.598 46.620 27.063

Audi
All Models
Market
Share
2016 536.289 0,00%
2015 509.998 2,53%
2014 513.000 2,79%
2013 411.730 2,53%
2012 328.700 2,49%
2011 257.520 2,10%
2010 204.067 1,82%
2009 146.998 1,78%
2008 105.836 1,98%
2007 94.905 1,80%
2006 78.946 1,88%
2005 55.735 1,73%
2004 62.017 2,52%
2003 61.276 2,86%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Audi A3, A4L, A6L, Q3, Q5 and any other car model produced and sold in China since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.

 

Audi
All Models
2014
Audi
All Models
2015
Audi
All Models
2016
Audi
All Models
2017
January 44.921 47.328 55.285 51.069
February 28.534 30.559 32.994 28.694
March 42.039 42.822 49.537
April 41.176 42.085 47.440
May 46.922 41.760 46.644
June 44.899 34.982 44.011
July 35.604 33.378 43.746
August 42.619 42.753 45.512
September 46.717 49.672 46.075
October 41.411 47.236 43.193
November 45.560 50.803 54.789
December 52.598 46.620 27.063

Audi
All Models
Market
Share
2016 536.289 0,00%
2015 509.998 2,53%
2014 513.000 2,79%
2013 411.730 2,53%
2012 328.700 2,49%
2011 257.520 2,10%
2010 204.067 1,82%
2009 146.998 1,78%
2008 105.836 1,98%
2007 94.905 1,80%
2006 78.946 1,88%
2005 55.735 1,73%
2004 62.017 2,52%
2003 61.276 2,86%

Comments

  1. 51k in January 2017?
    I read Audi sales were down to 35k!
    Dealers oppose a dealerplan

    • Bart Demandt says:

      That’s right, Rick. Audi reported 35k customer deliveries, because a number of dealers has gone on strike. They’re not happy with VW Group’s plan to form a second Joint Venture for Audi with SAIC Motor (who also produces VW and Skoda models), next to its current FAW-Audi JV. That would add a competing dealer channel, which threatens to erode profits of the existing dealers. Still, 51k wholesale deliveries were reported in January. I guess we’ll see the true consequenses of these strikes in the coming months.
      Audi was also sued for 28 billion yuan by some dealers who claim they’re already losing profitability because the brand has built dealerships faster than its sales have grown. A second JV might restart growth, but I don’t think having two dealer networks will benefit the brand. In fact, Mercedes-Benz has trailed Audi and BMW for years in China and only started to catch up when it merged its two dealer networks (one for its locally produced JV models and one for its import models). Interesting to see how this will develop. I’ve been meaning to write about this topic, but haven’t found the time yet.

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