Audi India, during the past week, organized a novel scheme named Women’s Power Drive to offer females a chance to experience Audi’s Q range in the national capital as part of their introduction of ‘Audi Q-Drive’ in the city.
The Audi Q-Drive is a program, which offers up partakers an oppurtunity to experience and road test the sporty sport utility vehicle array in the German auto manufacturer’s portfolio for India, namely the Q7, the Q5 as well as the Q3.
Bollywood beauty Gul Panag co-hosted the said drive and took females through the top notch characteristics of Audi Q Life whilst explicating the traits of Audi Q5, Audi Q3 and Audi Q7.
Actress said, “I am very dedicated to the cause of promoting driving for females. I am sure that Audi’s special concentration on catering to this section will motivate many more females to take to the wheels.”
Mr. Michael Perschke, head of Audi India stated, “The concept that sport utility vehicles are being preferred by males only, is outmoded. Undeniably, these active vehicles have speedily gained a fondness among today’s females.”
“A big number of our luxury sport utility vehicles are being driven by females in the Indian market. The company has always been at the front position of introducing latest technologies and offering its clients a luxurious and active driving experience. Client pleasure is one of the pillars on which we plan to construct our future”, added Michael Perschke.
He also said that for the upcoming festival period, they’ve started a thrilling campaign, ‘Gift the Q Life’ to sign up more and more individuals into the Audi Q Life not only by purchasing their muscular range of Q sport utility vehicles – Audi Q7, Audi Q5 and Audi Q3 but also presenting a slice of the ‘Q Life’ to their loved ones.
Audi India has composed a group of India’s most eminent motorsports specialists at the helm of the occasion. The second leg of the Women’s Power Drive is in Mumbai on October 26.
Earlier this year, the company has formed a distinctive drive experience named as ‘Audi R-Drive’ for its clients’ crosswise eight cities in India.