The Wagga facility was unveiled on June 27.
Audi has raised its network another notch with new dealerships in Wagga Wagga and Mosman.
Audi’s new showrooms were built according to the German manufacturer’s global ‘terminal’ design. The Wagga Wagga facility is the first rural facility of its kind in the world in the ‘terminal’ design.
Audi Australia’s managing director Uwe Hagen believes the facilities and an increased range of models represent the German company’s increasing influence in Australia.
“This project, along with many others which are under construction around the country, represents Audi’s growing strength in Australia. It is part of our strategic development plan to prepare our facilities for the expansion of the Audi model range,” says Hagen.
“Towards 2015 our model range will increase to 42 new models and our dealerships must be able to showcase these vehicles for customers, whether they are based in the major cities in the city or large regional centres like Wagga.”
Dealer Principal of the new Mosman centre Ian Pagent says the new showrooms are indicative of Audi’s commitment to reaching the top of the Australian market.
“We are committed to the growth of the Audi brand here. We now have in place the best facilities and the best people in the luxury car market,” says Pagent. “The next goal needs to be market leadership in each of our respective catchment areas.”
The Mosman facility opened on the June 26 while the Wagga facility was unveiled on June 27.