The company has also earmarked the country as its sixth market globally where it collects technical feedback and data that goes into product development even as it prepares to launch ten new products in India this year.

"There is a project, which is HR-based training programme for retail staff called project Neev, which we had developed in India. It is now taken by Audi AG...(and it has) seen what we have done, and is going to roll it out around the world," Audi India Head Joe King told media.

Explaining the programme, Neev which means 'foundation', he said it is about human resources practice in the company's retail structure, putting in performance culture and reward mechanisms for all dealership staff and key performance indicator measurements.

"It may not be a new product that is going to be rolled out around the world but some of these great ideas we have developed here (in India) are being recognised and taken globally," King said, adding India has a lot to offer, specially in skills that the country produces.

By the end of 2015, Audi India had about 2,700-3,000 staff in 12 different customer-facing positions at its 90 touch points in India, which include showrooms, service centres and Audi-Approved used car outlets.