Leading through technological advancements in the automobile industry, Audi has distinguished itself as a brand which stands for innovation. Admired by a majority of consumers in India and worldwide, Audi has been consistently proving its mettle. Audi price in Delhi starts from 28.95 Lakhs starting with the entry-level A3 and closes up at 1.66 Crores for its super premium R8 model. The growing number of high net-worth individuals and young professional keeps widening their market scope. With the launch of new A3 Cabriolet, it has expanded its presence into a fast growing segment of urban youth professionals. . Audi Engines comes in three different forms: FSI, TFSI and TDI. FSI and TFSI are Audi’s innovative, high performance petrol engines whereas TDI is Audi’s super efficient diesel engine. The various models available in India are A3, A4, A6, A7, A8L, Q3, Q5, Q7, RS5, RS7, TT, and R8.  It offers improved power, lower emissions, sporty performance and increased efficiency. FSI Engine technology makes it possible to achieve a seemingly improbable combination of lower fuel consumption and enhanced power and performance. FSI direct fuel injection technology brings these benefits to virtually all the petrol engines in the Audi range, in many cases in combination with turbo charging for optimum response resulting in more output and torque. The exceptionally broad torque plateau of the TFSI engine on the one hand permits a fuel-efficient driving style with few gearshifts, and on the other hand means that only light accelerator is needed to produce impressive thrust. Interestingly for Audi, India is the second market in Asia after China to claim the number one spot. Its presence in the Indian market is growing stronger by the day and has tremendous potential for further growth of the brand Audi. The Audi Gurgaon showroom is the largest luxury car showroom in India today. Personifying the premium services offered by Audi to its customers, it truly reflects Audi’s philosophy of ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ which means ‘advancement through technology’.