Report: Currency fluctuations put plans for U.S. Audi plant on hold
According to Automotive News, Audi still plans to double its sales here in the land of the free by 2018, with or without an American manufacturing facility. What's more, a the new U.S.-specific model hasn't been put on hold just because the four-ringers aren't interested in breaking ground on a new factory on this side of the pond. The company says that it can have an existing production line geared up and ready to go for a new vehicle in around three months, compared to the three years it would take to construct an entire factory from scratch.
[Source: Automotive News - Sub. Req.]
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