In 2020, the manufacturer Audi sold just under 50,000 units of its all-electric e-tron SUV. Precisely, 47,324 Audi e-tron found themselves a happy owner, an increase in sales of around 79.5% compared to the previous year.
Audi delighted with the performance of its e-tron
According to Audi, its e-tron SUV is the most popular German-branded electric vehicle in the world, and even rises to number one in sales in Norway. Audi is also pleased with excellent electric sales in China, with sales up by around 5% in 2020, when the market is down by around -20%.
Ditto for the United States, with sales down 16%, but e-tron sales up 10%. In Europe, Audi’s 100% electric division saw its sales increase by 80%.
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And in France ?
According to the manufacturer, the Audi e-tron Sportback has also been marketed and its success has helped to position the e-tron range in 1st place in its segment in France with 803 registrations. The electric offensive will continue in 2021 with the launches of the new Audi e-tron GT and Q4 e-tron, not to mention the marketing of the Audi Q3 TFSI e.
In France, the coronavirus pandemic has obviously weighed on the commercial activities of the Audi group, and the entire automotive sector, which saw its sales volumes fall by -25.01% compared to 2019. In this context, Audi registered 45,982 vehicles and managed to contain the drop in sales to -21.16%, managing to increase its market share by +0.15 points to reach 2.77%.
Recall that in the course of the past year, Audi launched a new version of its e-tron, with a reduced price and extended autonomy.