World's largest Audi showroom opens in Dubai

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Al Nabooda Automobiles, the official dealer for Audi in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has inaugurated the 'Audi terminal Dubai', a new facility that spans more than 15,000 sq metres across six levels.

The showroom has 57 Audi vehicles on display and is the largest Audi showroom in terms of new cars on display in the world.

The showroom is set to open its doors to customers on December 3.

Khalifa Juma Al Nabooda, Chairman of Al Nabooda Automobiles, Luca de Meo, Member of the Board for Sales and Marketing of AUDI AG, and Chief Executive Officer of Al Nabooda Automobiles, K Rajaram, commenced the celebrations by pressing the Audi ignition button.

"In terms of sales the UAE is the most important market for Audi in the Middle East. The Audi terminal represents an AED 118 million investment by Al Nabooda Automobiles into the future of the Audi brand and delighting our customers in Dubai and the Northern Emirates," K Rajaram said.

The Audi terminal Dubai is the first phase of a AED (UAE dirham) 900 million (over $ 245 million) investment programme that includes the opening of new Audi facilities in Fujairah and Sharjah in 2013.

A new state-of-the-art Audi Service Center for Dubai with 60 work bays is planned to open within the next two years.


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