The firm also unveiled the Audi A8 L Security that it claims has been introduced with class VR 9 ballistic protection standard, considered the most stringent requirement of civilian high security sedans at the Auto Expo.

Besides, the car manufacturer also showcased the new Audi A4 among other vehicles adding that it will launch at least 10 new products in India this year.

"Audi India has demonstrated consistent growth in the past 8 years and we are extremely pleased with the response we have received in India. By 2020, Audi AG intends to expand its product range from the current model to 60 models," Audi AG Head of Sales Overseas Terence Bryce Johnsson said here.



India is proving to be a 'promising market' for the company, he added.

Audi yesterday also unveiled its two-door coupe Prologue, RS 7 Performance, A6 allroad, S3 Cabriolet, SQ5, Q7 and the TT Coupe.

Going ahead, the firm will introduce products in new segments, with new body styles, design language and technology. Audi will also focus on strengthening its dealer network by introducing new customer touch points and innovative concepts like Audi Mobile Terminal which is already a success in tier II and III cities, he added.

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