Audi opens technical service centre in India
New Delhi: German Luxury car maker Audi today opened a technical service centre in India, its first such establishment in the country.
“The Audi Technical Service Centre in India will enable us to obtain deeper insight into usage patterns of our cars and other local peculiarities as well as customer preferences in India,” Audi AG Head of Technical Service (Entire Vehicle) Ulli Seyfferth said in a statement.
The learnings are equally important for the company to adapt products to suit the market requirements, he added.
“The Audi Technical Service Centre will support technicians and service advisers from across the dealerships in India, as well as continuously cultivate their competence level to execute quality jobs,” Seyfferth said.
The centre will operate in Mumbai with workshop and training facility in line with Audi AG standards. This is the seventh such establishment in the Asia-Pacific region.
“The centre will also house a training facility, which will conduct boot camps for the technical team as well as for the dealer network,” the company said.
Audi sells various models in India including, the A3 sedan and the Q5 sports utility vehicle.