Audi Singapore’s online showroom reopens with new features, promos



Even online showrooms need renovation – reopening on September 26, 2020 with a new RS section, more special offers


SINGAPORE
Audi Singapore’s online showroom has undergone digital renovation and will reopen this weekend, Saturday September 26, 2020, with a new features and a number of special offers.

To check them out, visit the website and create an account. If you had an old Audisale.sg account, it’s now invalid and you have to register again.

Audisale.sg first debuted in April, in the midst of Circuit Breaker, and offered a way for Audi fans to interact with the brand and, more importantly, plonk down their deposits remotely.

One of the new features is Live Chat, where you can talk to Audi’s concierges to ask questions and make appointments to drive the cars.

Audi’s new RS 4 Avant


There is also a new RS section dedicated to Audi’s hardcore sports models. The RS 4 Avant, RS 5 Coupe, and RS 6 Avant will be shown off in this part of the website.





A reopening wouldn’t be much without special offers, here are the ones kicking off this weekend:

The facelifted Audi A4


If you’re in love with the facelifted Audi A4, you can register your interest for the Audi A4 2.0 quattro model, which debuts here later this year. For more info on why you’d want to do that, read our review of the facelifted A4 2.0 (front wheel drive/non-quattro) here.



The new A5 Sportback

Audi virtually debuted the new A5 family here (Coupe, Cabriolet, Sportback) in August, and now you can get your hands on ’em. The first 10 orders for the A5 Sportback will nab a 24-hour test drive with the Audi RS 5 Sportback. If you want to know whether that’s worth inviting all your friends to Instagram, read our review of the pre-facelift car here.

This one’s quite minor, but some people might like it: Audi’s best SUV, the Q3, now comes in a new Navarra Blue colour. Even if you don’t like that shade of blue, you should consider the Q3 since we rate it as one of the best small luxury SUVs here right now.

Naturally, we’ve driven the Q2 too – here’s what we think

Audi also says it’ll be having a run-out sale for the Q2 1.0 TFSI SUV, the smallest SUV in its line-up, though it doesn’t say how much of a discount is involved. The list price is S$140k with COE, but Audi’s most recent sale had it as low as S$110k with COE – but keep in mind COE prices have risen.


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