DANA POINT, CA – Audi of America Inc. would like to have 150 exclusive dealerships in North America by 2008, up from 55 currently, says Vice President Len Hunt. Presently the dealer body consists of 258 dealerships in the U.S. and another 35 in Canada. Increasing the number of exclusive showrooms will help the German car maker clarify its image, Hunt says. The image it seeks to portray is of vehicles that are sporty, fun to drive, with great handling, he says. The magic number for a ...

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