Audi EV sales up by 44% in 2022

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Audi's electric model sales reached around 118,000 in 2022, a 44 percent increase over the firm’s 2021 sales.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How many electric models did Audi sell globally in 2022?

    Audi's global EV sales in 2022 was around 118,000 units.
  • What Audi EV models enjoyed increased demands globally?

    Audi said that the Q4 e-tron, e-tron GT quattro, and e-tron were the brand’s best-selling EV nameplates last year.
  • Per the German carmaker, high demand for models, specifically the Audi Q4 e-tron, Audi e-tron GT quattro, and Audi e-tron worked in the company’s favor. It also affirmed the Ingolstadt-based brand’s decision to go all-electric in the future.

    audi Hildegard Wortmann

    “The strong numbers for the all-electric models show us that our clear focus on electric mobility is the right path,” said Audi Member of the Board of Management for Sales and Marketing Hildegard Wortmann.

    The feat, explained Audi, was achieved despite last year’s challenges, which caused the brand’s overall global sales to slightly drop by 3.9 percent.

    “In a challenging and dynamic environment, our global team once again proved its resilience in 2022. Thanks to extraordinary team spirit, operational excellence, and effective sales control, we were able to close out the business year successfully,” stated Wortmann.

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    Audi saw significant increase in electric model sales in Europe where Audi saw that the Q4 e-tron had a 94.4 percent spike in sales. This is followed by the Audi e-tron GT with a 29.2 percent customer sales increase and the e-tron with an 8.5 percent sales increase.

    In the United States, the Audi e-tron nameplate enjoyed a 7.2 percent increase in sales. In China, Audi said that the Audi A3’s sales increased by 10 percent while the Audi A4 and the Audi Q5 experienced an increase in demand of about 14.9 percent and 4.5 percent, respectively.

    Demand for fully electric models in further markets around the world increased by 90.2 percent, Audi said.

    “Even though we’re still facing global economic challenges, we’re looking toward the future with confidence. That’s because we’re going into 2023, during which we will accelerate the transformation together, with an attractive portfolio, a large number of orders, and a highly motivated team,” Wortmann commented.

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