Audi

Audi-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeAudi European sales have risen steadily every year from 2009 to 2016. As a result, the brand has added almost 1,5 percentage point of  market share during the period.

This is a result of a growing line-up, filling all niches and creating new ones in the premium segment of the market. For example, the subcompact Audi A1 was introduced in 2009 and added almost 100.000 annual car sales to Audi’s total from 2011 onwards. Then in 2010, Audi introduced the A7, a four door luxury coupe to compete with the Mercedes-Benz CLS. Both models showed similar sales in 2011 and 2012, but since 2013 the A7 has fallen behind the CLS in sales as Mercedes launched the Shooting Brake version. The introduction of the sporty top-of-the-line RS7 has been unable to reverse this slide.

To fill the line-up of Q-model SUV’s, Audi introduced the compact crossover Q3 in 2011, which added over 70.000 annual sales. This was followed in 2016 by the even smaller Q2.

In 2015, Audi continued to freshen its line-up with the new generations of the TT sports car, Q7 large SUV and A4 midsized premium car, and a redesign of the Q5 midsized SUV and A5 coupe, convertible and Sportsback followed in 2016.

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

 

Audi
All Models
2014
Audi
All Models
2015
Audi
All Models
2016
Audi
All Models
2017
January 56.461 54.476 62.533 63.294
February 48.169 49.510 57.650 57.837
March 81.871 87.481 94.402 99.085
April 67.377 69.863 76.740 69.791
May 66.338 62.449 75.003 75.951
June 64.164 75.111 75.458 73.914
July 63.774 70.000 66.370
August 40.554 44.110 46.617
September 68.307 75.144 81.508
October 63.451 65.419 66.180
November 56.382 58.898 60.019
December 47.426 50.847 57.671

Audi
All Models
Market
Share
2016 820.151 5,46%
2015 763.308 5,41%
2014 722.653 5,59%
2013 695.456 5,67%
2012 705.023 5,62%
2011 693.233 5,01%
2010 630.561 4,53%
2009 617.606 4,23%
2008 661.801 4,57%
2007 660.632 4,21%
2006 639.911 4,11%
2005 625.024 3,87%
2004 572.706 3,54%
2003 542.074 3,75%
2002 549.385 3,74%
2001 541.799 3,60%
2000 488.376 3,25%
1999 514.825 3,36%
1998 486.734 3,37%
1997 460.721 3,42%
1996 411.213 3,21%
1995 376.980 3,13%
1994 312.690 2,62%
1993 308.060 2,74%
1992 414.938 3,07%
1991 395.382 2,95%
1990 369.189 2,73%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Audi A1, A2, A3, A4A5, A6, A7, A8, Q2, Q3, Q5, Q7, TT, R8 and any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

Audi
All Models
2014
Audi
All Models
2015
Audi
All Models
2016
Audi
All Models
2017
January 56.461 54.476 62.533 63.294
February 48.169 49.510 57.650 57.837
March 81.871 87.481 94.402 99.085
April 67.377 69.863 76.740 69.791
May 66.338 62.449 75.003 75.951
June 64.164 75.111 75.458 73.914
July 63.774 70.000 66.370
August 40.554 44.110 46.617
September 68.307 75.144 81.508
October 63.451 65.419 66.180
November 56.382 58.898 60.019
December 47.426 50.847 57.671

Audi
All Models
Market
Share
2016 820.151 5,46%
2015 763.308 5,41%
2014 722.653 5,59%
2013 695.456 5,67%
2012 705.023 5,62%
2011 693.233 5,01%
2010 630.561 4,53%
2009 617.606 4,23%
2008 661.801 4,57%
2007 660.632 4,21%
2006 639.911 4,11%
2005 625.024 3,87%
2004 572.706 3,54%
2003 542.074 3,75%
2002 549.385 3,74%
2001 541.799 3,60%
2000 488.376 3,25%
1999 514.825 3,36%
1998 486.734 3,37%
1997 460.721 3,42%
1996 411.213 3,21%
1995 376.980 3,13%
1994 312.690 2,62%
1993 308.060 2,74%
1992 414.938 3,07%
1991 395.382 2,95%
1990 369.189 2,73%

Comments

  1. Would be great if you’d compile charts for every model of one brand on pages like these.

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