Audi Says May Sales Up 10.8% on Surging U.S. Demand


BERLIN, June 5 (Reuters) - Germany's Audi said on Thursday that global deliveries increased 10.8 percent in May to 152,000 cars, citing surging demand for its luxury models in the United States. Five-month sales at Volkswagen's flagship division rose 11.5 percent to a record 713,900 premium cars and sport-utility vehicles, Ingolstadt-based Audi said. U.S. deliveries jumped by a quarter in May to 16,601 autos, posting the strongest percentage gain in any of the world's major ...


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