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Audi sees up to 70,000 sales of Q7 SUVs in 2006

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Reuters / March 24, 2006 - 9:00 am

FRANKFURT -- Audi expects to sell up to 70,000 units of its Q7 SUV this year after getting more than 16,000 orders by early March, the Volkswagen unit said on Friday.

"Overall annual production will be 50,000 to 70,000 vehicles," an Audi statement said, adding that unit sales would also be in this order of magnitude.

The Q7 went on sale in Europe this month and will launch in the United States and China in June. Other markets follow in the second half.

Brisk demand has prompted Audi to rev up production of the model to 300 units per day from 200, it said.

Audi makes the Q7 in Bratislava in Slovakia using motors made in Hungary. Audi invested hundreds of million of euros in the project, it said without being more specific.

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So for all who bitch about Mexican Fords and Chinese Chevy engines, he's your comeuppance.

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The Q7 really isn't that good. I don't see sustained success.

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