Audi AG says it will expand its presence in China by adding the A4 to its model range built and marketed there in April. The A4 will be assembled at the Volkswagen AG-First Auto Works joint venture, FAW-Volkswagen, in Changchun, in the northeastern province of Jilin. Audi began producing its A6 luxury car at the JV, 10% owned by VW, in 1988, with more than 80,000 units delivered to Chinese customers to date. Long-term plans are to produce 30,000 A4s annually. "The Audi A4 will ...

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