GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's premium brand Audi said car sales in the first two months of this year grew by a fifth to 131,000 vehicles, highlighting the strength of upmarket marques as the Geneva car show started on Tuesday. "We're well on track to realise a record year," Audi sales chief Ralph Weyler told reporters during the motor show. In February, sales rose by 13 percent to some 62,000 units. Its hotly anticipated Q7 offroader is launched in March. On Monday evening, ...
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