Audi of America says it will set another sales record this year and smash through the 150,000-unit barrier by mid-decade, when it may pull the trigger on a U.S. vehicle-assembly plant. Speaking to reporters in a webcast today, Audi of America President Johan de Nysschen forecasts 2011 sales at 114,000 cars and trucks, a 12% jump from 2010’s record 101,629. Although struggling to meet demand, with inventories running at about a 30-day supply rather than the 60-day total desired, de ...
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