The individual parts have already made a far journey by the time they are installed in an Audi A4*, an Audi A6*, an Audi Q3*, an Audi Q5* or an Audi Q7* in Aurangabad. They first travel by train from the German production sites to seaports in Hamburg, Bremerhaven or Antwerp/Rotterdam. The Audi Q3 comes directly from Barcelona, Spain. From there, the individual parts travel by ship via the Mediterranean Sea and the Suez Canal to the port of Nhava Sheva in Mumbai, covering a distance of roughly 11,000 kilometers (6,835 miles). They are transported the last 480 kilometers (298 miles) from Mumbai to Aurangabad by truck.
With the development of the Indian market, Audi is writing a new chapter in its success story and extending the company’s growth trend by investing in one of the world’s fastest-growing automotive markets.
* The fuel consumption and emissions values of all models mentioned in the text and of all models available on the German market are listed in the last chapter of this basic information.