- Revenue of € 26.7 billion, operating profit of € 2.7 billion and operating return on sales of 10.0 percent
- CFO Axel Strotbek: “Despite major challenges, Audi is systematically continuing along its path of high-quality growth.”
- Ongoing investment offensive for new models, innovative technologies and the expansion of worldwide manufacturing structures
Despite challenging conditions and a record investment program, Audi delivered a convincing performance in the first half of 2014 with solid key figures. In the period of January through June, the Ingolstadt-based carmaker set a new record with deliveries of 869,355 Audi vehicles. The Audi Group posted first-half revenue of € 26.7 billion and operating profit of € 2.7 billion. In the first six months of this year, the company achieved an operating return on sales of 10.0 percent and was thus at the upper end of its strategic target corridor of eight to ten percent.