NEW YORK – “The imports are having a good time of it,” says Len Hunt, chief of Volkswagen AG’s Audi division in North America. Despite a lower market overall, he sees the luxury imports growing as a segment this year. He forecasts that Audi will enjoy 5% growth, which would produce another sales record for the brand. Audi's market share in 2002 will grow to 6.7% of the luxury segment, up from 6.4% in 2001, Hunt predicts. Audi is caught in the same incentives-driven market everyone else ...

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