Audi and Ducati have announced plans to launch a pioneering initiative that will involve the establishment of 100 joint car and bike dealerships, a first for the industry. The new venture, which has been dubbed “Audi Ducati” by the two iconic, German-based automakers, is expected to revolutionize how customers experience the purchasing and servicing of their vehicles.
The Audi Ducati dealership model will feature a unified showroom, sales, and service experience, allowing customers to purchase their cars and bikes in one location. The dealerships will also offer an array of advanced features, such as an integrated parts and maintenance system, as well as an interactive digital lounge.
Audi and Ducati have both placed a strong emphasis on providing customers with a seamless and enjoyable purchasing experience, and these new joint dealerships will provide them with just that. In addition, the dealerships will bring together the two brands’ shared commitment to innovation, design, and performance, creating a unique shopping and service experience for customers.
The Audi Ducati partnership is part of a larger trend toward consolidation in the automotive industry. The two companies have been collaborating for some time, with Audi providing Ducati with its signature quattro all-wheel-drive technology and Ducati providing Audi with its renowned racing experience.
The new dealerships are expected to open in major markets worldwide in 2021. With this move, Audi and Ducati are ushering in a new era of automobile and bike sales and service. The two companies are confident that their joint venture will provide customers with an unprecedented level of convenience and satisfaction.