German car producer Audi AG continues its sales growth in October, delivering worldwide 146,200 cars, a year-on-year increase of 10.8 percent, Audi announced Friday.
In China, there is a growth of 17.0 percent, while sales rise by 16.5 percent in the United States and by 22.1 percent in the United Kingdom, the Ingolstadt-based company said.
In addition, Audi's total sales since January have risen by 10.1 percent to about 1.44 million units compared to the same period last year.
"This good start to the final quarter keeps Audi on track for a successful 2014," said Luca de Meo, member of the board of management for sales, adding "Audi achieves growth in all regions worldwide and we are selling more cars than ever before in Europe as well."
Audi registered a new record high sales in Europe with around 655,100 deliveries from January through October. In October alone, Audi handed over some 65,100 cars to their new owners in Europe, up by 5.4 percent year on year, according to the statistics released by Audi.