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The forth-gen 2020 Audi A8 comes to India in long-wheelbase L format like its predecessor and will be offered with just one petrol engine for a price of Rs. 1.56 crores (ex-showroom)#A8L #flagship #luxury #carnews #launched #carblogindia
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There has been a lot of work going around inside Audi India, particularly in 2020. As most of us are aware of the launches that took place from the brand this year, ranging from the RS Q8 to the recently introduced Q2. All of this is done in order to counter the drop in demand that the German automaker has experienced in the last couple of years in India. Audi have been struggling off late to mount a challenge to the other brands coming under the “German big three”, which includes BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The automaker was in fact leading the two in terms of sales for three consecutive years, ranging from 2012 to 2015. All of a sudden the other two caught up and Audi today have fallen a bit backward in terms of strategic planning and mobility for the future. The formative years and the rise of the brand in India. Audi came to the Indian market in the 2007 model year. In fact, it was the last of the German trio to enter the Indian market, with Mercedes-Benz and BMW coming here precisely in 1994 and 2006 respectively. In an attempt to spark brand recognition and make some sort of connection with cricket-crazy India, Audi hyped up the iconic Audi 100 that Ravi Shastri had won for taking the ‘Champion of Champions’ title at the 1985 World Championship of Cricket held in Australia. Audi launched the A4 back then which remained to be its bestselling model in India for more than a decade. While the initial start was quite good, Audi came in to its zone by 2012-13. The data below signifies the cars sold by the German big three in two different time periods: Number of vehicles sold in the 2007-08 financial year (in units), Audi - 451 units. BMW - 2162 units. Mercedes-Benz - 2895 units. Number of vehicles sold in the 2012-13 financial year (in units), Audi - 9350 units. BMW - 8471 units. Mercedes-Benz - 7015 units. From the above data, we can notice the rapid strides that Audi India have taken which has reaped rewards within five years of its entry to the market. It can be credited to the automaker occupying most of the sweet spots available in the luxury market back then. Cars such as the A6, Q5 and Q7 turned out to be great success stories and the A8 was not that far behind. Their focus and strategy was almost spot on and Audi India had quite a few launches planned thereafter. One of their points in their upcoming gameplan was to give more priority to SUV bodystyles, followed by sedan and hatchback ones. This led to the launch of the much-awaited SUV, the Q3 Sport in mid-2013. The Q3 Sport was an affordable Audi which costed at around Rs.27 lakh. While rivals such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz were busy bringing in expensive, high-end hatchbacks in the form of the 1-series and A-Class respectively, Audi promoted the Q3 Sport as a very clever and affordable product instead of bringing the A3 Sportback during the day. Thus, the Q3 Sport virtually had no rivals from the other two brands for almost two years and the early mover advantage worked quite well for Audi. Back then, it looked very much like Audi had found out the winning formula and were spinning rings around the competition. The Q3 Sport was followed by regular updates for their existing models along with attractive discounts and financing schemes offered on them. Also notice the ‘top-down’ product strategy that was in place back then, which established Audi as quite an aspirational brand in India. The sharp decline and learning it the hard way. Audi came into 2015 as the leading brand of the German trio in terms of sales numbers. But what transpired thereafter turned out to be a major turning point in their India operations. Firstly, Audi barely bought forward a new model launch, with most of them being updates of existing models. Even though they were updates, the cars launched back then featured only cosmetic changes and their interiors remained more or less the same. The Q7 and A4 got a mid-cycle facelift which was a good move given the intense competition that existed. Other than that, Audi were relatively quiet and dropped down a bit in terms of their standard. There was also a lot of uncertainty going inside the Volkswagen Group when it came to their India operations. Audi back then were leading the brand surge from the group but the lack of intent from their top bosses in Germany made sure that the other two can catch up. It was not long before Mercedes-Benz got the better of Audi with their large model line-up, only bettered by Maruti Suzuki. Mercedes-Benz dispatched Audi as the best luxury car maker in India, a title which it holds on to even today. Now coming to Audi, their other models like the Q3 Sport and A6 started to feel its age and that was not a good sign. Audi realised it and planned to launch their updates as soon as possible, but the damage had already been done. One of the most important launches for them was for the next generation Q5 in 2017, which did quite good compared to the BMW X3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLC. But Audi had to rub its success to its other marquee products, which it failed to effectively do so. The Volkswagen Group were embroiled in the dieselgate controversy in 2015, which took the steam out of their brand reputation. In order to counter that, brands coming under the group such as Audi were temporarily selling their cars only in petrol, with question marks being applied over the purity of their diesel motors. Although this was a minor factor affecting the operations of Audi India, it was one nevertheless. This was a spanner in the works of Audi India along with the other brands coming under the Volkswagen Group who operated here. Audi were also replaced by Skoda last year as the brand heading the India operations of the Group, much to the dismay of their executives here. All of that reached its peak in 2019, with Audi falling far behind BMW and Mercedes-Benz in terms of sales. Number of vehicles sold in the 2018-19 financial year (in units), Audi - 4,594 units. BMW - 9,641 units. Mercedes-Benz - 13,786 units. Looking at the above data, you can notice that Audi India have lost more than half of their market share in a span of only 6 years. This kind of signifies the unforgiving nature of the Indian luxury car market and how the competition has matured over time. As always, this is not quite the end and there is always light at the end of the tunnel for any brand having their struggles, in particular Audi India. What next for Audi India and how can they counter the drop in demand? Before answering this question, it is clear that the future of Audi in India is very much secure. The brand will not look to exit our market anytime soon and it has certainly done a fair bit in bringing out a few product launches in 2020. Starting from the RS Q8 before the nationwide lockdown, Audi have launched three more products with the recent one being the Q2. If reports are to be believed, Audi are not done yet for 2020 and are planning another upcoming launch. It will be the updated S5 Sportback which was launched internationally last year. Looking at the recent launches, we can assume that Audi India are serious on taking back its crown from Mercedes-Benz as the best luxury carmaker here. There is also a lot of development going on, primarily for providing help to its sister brands such as Skoda and Volkswagen. But the main problem that Audi face is to convince the target audience, mostly the neo-rich that the brand is still worthy enough. It remains to be seen what sort of an approach will the automaker take in order to get back its charm in the market. Coming to another part of the question, how can they counter the drop in demand? In my opinion it will be wise to move outside the luxury car space in order to find new buyers, maybe by developing a new product inside out, particularly for a market such as ours. This could form a sweet spot in the market which in turn can be capitalized on the basis of being the pioneer of the space. Picture Credits: Autocar India and Indian Express. Thank you.
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Before you head into the article, here’s a straight piece of information for you! Virat Kohli & his cars consist of a lot of Audis! This man is not only the brand ambassador of Audi India, but he’s an Audi lover himself! You would always see Virat driving or riding one of his Audis. But among the four-ringed cars, he has got a Renault Duster too that he won in 2012! Let’s have a look at the exotic car collection that belongs to our cricket team’s captain! Audi Q8 The Q8 was launched in India back in January 2020. Virat Kohli was present there at the launch event and needless to say, he became the first owner of the Audi Q8 in India! He purchased this range-topping SUV for himself because this one didn’t fail to impress him at all! The Audi Q8 starts at Rs. 1.33Cr and is available with a lot of customisation options. Kohli has also got his car customised but the details are unknown. A 3.0-litre V6 engine powers this SUV and generates 591Bhp! Audi R8 LMX Virat already owned an older generation of the Audi R8. The German carmaker recently upgraded his model to a new one. This is the R8 LMX. This car has got only 99 units across the globe and has got laser high beam lights. Also, a 7-speed DCT transfers power to all the wheels and this beast costs around 2.7Cr! Audi RS5 Again an Audi. The RS5 comes as a CBU in India. The manufacturer gifted this one to the Indian skipper when the first one arrived here! The RS5 costs around Rs.1.1 Cr. This one is a 4-seater luxury car and is powered by a 2894cc engine. This one generates 444bhp and 650Nm torque! Audi Q7 Yes, you are right. Audi gifted him this one too. Although, Virat Kohli owned a Q7 when he didn’t represent the brand in India. Audi upgraded his ride to a new one! Virat said that this one is a complete package that gives you that luxury feels along with the performance capabilities of an SUV! This one is priced between 73 Lakhs to 85 Lakhs! Lamborghini Gallardo As Virat Kohli said in the caption ” What a beast!” This car is a true beast, to be honest! The Italian automaker built this one from 2003-2013. The Gallardo was replaced by the Huracan in the international market in 2014. Virat Kohli, however, has got a Gallardo inside his garage which he loves to ride often and as you see in the post above, he loves his beast very much! It has a top speed of 315 km/hr and costs around Rs. 3.06 Cr (ex-showroom) Audi A8 This one is the last one in our list of Virat Kohli and his cars. This garage is never-ending! It is really difficult to put it in a single unit! The Audi A8 W12 is an ultimate luxury sedan that has got features that make its owner feel the absolute luxury! Individual climate controls, one-touch windows and many more. This one costs around Rs. 1.99 Cr!
I'm assuming that you are talking about brand new 2020 vehicles? This article has Audi winning the competition between the 2 brands: https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/audi-vs-lexus However, I have my own take on this. My answer is based on a United States perspective, from a current Audi owner, and depends on the following factors: 1. Long Term Reliability (are you keeping the car beyond the warranty period?) 2. Aesthetics/Style - totally subjective, only you know what you like 3. Performance and Handling - some people just like to go fast and want responsive handling. 4. Budget - How much extra cash do you have? I would have also added a preference between a manual or automatic transmission, but as of 2020, neither brand offers a manual transmission option. Long Term Reliability Lexus is your best bet here. I own a 2015 Audi S4, which has surprisingly been reliable, but I'm not kidding myself. If I choose to keep this car a few more years, at some point, I'll need to change the timing chain, and it's going to cost me thousands. No comparable Lexus (GS-F, IS 350, RC-F) is going to cost that much to replace a timing belt. Japanese manufacturers design their cars with the assumption that the belt is a maintenance item that needs to be easily accessed for replacement. The Germans, on the other hand, require that the entire engine be dropped in order for the timing chain to be replaced. But, I digress. Lexus wins here. Aesthetics / Styling This is subjective, as everyone has their own tastes. For more details on this, please see the link I included earlier. On the Lexus side we have these 11 models: 1. 2020 RC F - Sports Coupe 2. 2020 UX - Hybrid SUV 3. 2020 RX - Small. SUV 4. 2020 LCF - Sports Coupe 5. 2020 ES - Sedan 6. 2020 LS - Sedan 7. 2020 NX - Performance SUV 8. 2020 IS - Sports Sedan 9. 2020 GX - Mid size SUV 10. 2020 LX - Large SUV 11. 2020 GS - Large Sedan On the Audi side, we have these 13 models, including 3 with no Lexus equivalent. If you want one of first 3 models, you can stop reading now. Audi is your only option. 1. 2020 R8 - Supercar. (no Lexus super car equivalent, the closest is probably the LFA and they don’t make those anymore. The LC is not a super car). 2. 2020 e-tron GT Electric SUV. (no Lexus equivalent. the UX 300E is not in the US market…yet). 3. 2020 TT - Sports Coupe. (no real Lexus equivalent) 4. 2020 RS3/S3/A3 - Small Sedan 5. 2020 S4/A4 - Midsize Sedan 6. 2020 RS5/S5/A5 - Midsize Coupe 7. 2020 RS6/S6/A6 - Sedan 8. 2020 RS7/S7/A7 - Sportback Sedan 9. 2020 A8 Horch/A8 - Large Sedan 10. 2020 SQ5/Q5 - Midsize SUV 11. 2020 RS Q8 - Performance SUV 12. 2020 Q7 - Large SUV 13. 2020 Q2 - Small SUV Both manufacturers have designed beautiful cars with great exteriors and interiors. Because styling is subjective (outside of the 3 Audis without a corresponding Lexus model that I mentioned), I call this one a tie. Performance / Handling With great all wheel handling of their sedans like the R8, S3, S4, RS5, S5, and even the car-like handling of their SUVs like the SQ5, the Germans take this category. In fact, this category is one that Audis have been recognized for over the past few decades. If you want all wheel drive and superb handling characteristics, Lexus just doesn’t measure up here. Let’s be honest, the Lexus brand is known for comfort and reliability quality first. Performance is NOT the first thing that comes to mind when you say Lexus. However, there are some exceptions. The LC500, RC-F and GS-F models have powerful engines, and can match the horsepower of some of the Audi models. But they can't match the handling. I drive an Audi S4 and I can attest that the Germans win this one. Budget Audis are expensive. Expensive to purchase, expensive to insure, and expensive to maintain. You pay a big price to have the 4 rings and there is no getting around that. Buying a Lexus is not cheap by any means either, but the maintenance costs are much less that those of an Audi. If this is a strict budget to budget comparison that includes budgeting for initial cost, insurance and maintenance (beyond the manufacturer’s warranty), Lexus wins this one. Final Verdict As much as it pains me to say this as an Audi owner, if you are planning on keeping your car more than 5 years and you care about your budget, I would have to say Lexus is your best bet. If you have money to burn and performance is a priority for you then go for the Audi.