An Audi Aicon Concept car is presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show IAA in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on Sept 12, 2017. (DANIEL ROLAND / AFP)
BEIJING – German premium automaker Audi aims to sell 1 million vehicles in China in 2023, versus 726,000 vehicles in 2020, the brand’s China chief Werner Eichhorn said on Wednesday.
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Audi, which is making cars in the world’s biggest auto market with FAW Group, will also add more products in China, Eichhorn said. Audi’s rivals include Daimler and BMW.
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