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Wed, 2 November 2016

Hamad Int. Airport in Doha Takes Delivery of Fleet of New Audi Cars

Hamad International Airport (HIA) has taken delivery of a brand-new fleet of Audi luxury cars that will be consigned to shuttle VIPs.

The premium fleet includes the Audi Q7, RS 6 Avant and A8 L.

The fleet has been specially flown in from Ingolstadt the heart of Audi manufacturing in Germany.

We are delighted to present our most exclusive models for the luxurious limousine service offered by HIA, said Terrence Johnson, Audi AG - Vice President of Overseas Sales. Audi Qatar has always served its clients expectations by providing impeccable performance and sporty elegance. We are confident that the Audi fleet will stand as a valuable asset to Qatars award-winning airport.

Celebrating 35 years of quattro, the all-new Q7, which will be part of the HIA fleet, is a combination of trend-setting design and precision dynamics.

The models 45 TFSI engine offers a power output of 333hp, achieving an acceleration 0 to 100 km/h in 6.3 seconds.

The RS 6 Avant, with its impressive exterior, sporty fenders and striking air vents with side flaps. And a V8 engine that triggers a special roar and features the best in range acceleration speeds, reaching a maximum of 305 km/h.

For passengers seeking even greater space and luxury, the A8L has increased legroom and elegant upholstery. Exerting a power output of 333 bhp, the models TFSI engine demonstrates exceptional handling stability and agility even for the shortest of distances. 

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