Audi Ambitiously Adding 11 All-New Models

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Carmaker aims to be shifting 2 million units per year by 2020.

Audi has plans to introduce another 11 models to its lineup, increasing the total number from 49 to 60 models. At an event marking the sale of 1.5 million annual sales, CEO Rupert Stadler revealed Audi's ambitious plans, which includes hitting 2 million annual vehicle sales by 2020. The recently announced Q1 compact crossover will likely inspire the production of a Q2, Q4, Q6 and Q8, as Audi sees great growth potential in the SUV sector.

Stadler sees potential in the “prestigious full-size category,” which raises the possibility of an A9 as either a large coupe or luxury sedan. Since January 2010, Audi has posted record sales figures for 47 months straight, and is 7.4 percent up on its year-to-year record made in 2012.

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