Only now are we starting to hear about the remarkable consumer demands and economic growth in China. This once closed-off Communist led nation has greatly benefitted from economic reforms, and it's obvious there's a growing demand for foreign luxury auto brands like Audi. Audi has actually been producing vehicles in China since 1988, and now almost 22 years later, it has just sold its one millionth vehicle in the land of Mao.
It was not long ago when the Audi 100 was the first vehicle from the German automaker to be assembled in China from imported knock-down kits. Since the initial agreement back in 1988, the Changchun assembly plant began producing Audis to a warm welcome. Today the factory produces the Q5, A6L and the A4L.