DETROIT — Audi AG sales in the U.S. will hit 74,000 units by 2000 after the introduction of several new models including the TT coupe and roadster, predicts Len Hunt, new vice president in charge of Audi of America. The automaker sold 47,517 vehicles during 1998 in the U.S., up 39.1% on 1997 sales. It's Audi's fourth year of double-digit growth putting the automaker closer to the 50,000-unit mark and recognition as a mainstream player, he says. It also was the first time the U.S. was ...

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