With the introduction of the TT Coupe and increasingly popular models like the A4 and A6, Audi of America continues to carve out a sizeable chunk of the growing U.S. luxury car segment. “It's been spectacular because we've seen our 1999 growth 36% over 1998 in terms of our full year projection, which is about 65,000 cars,” says Audi of America Vice President Len Hunt. Audi remains optimistic that its share of the high-priced market will significantly increase as more Americans gravitate ...

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