Q-Auto, Qatar’s official Audi dealer, has opened a new Audi Boutique on the ground floor of The Gate Mall in Doha’s West Bay in the presence of a number of dignitaries.
Sheikha Hanadi bint Nasser bin Khaled al-Thani, chairperson of Q-Auto; Issa Abdel Salam Abu Issa, chairman and CEO of Salam International; and Audi Qatar officials Kevin Hughes (general manager) and Mohamed El Talkhawi (general sales and marketing manager) attended
The models on display at the new Audi Boutique include the Audi R8 4.2, S6, S7, A8, S8, RS 5, Q7 and the TT RS.
“Fans of Audi will notice that this boutique is designed to capture the spirit of Audi: the luxury, sportiness and progressiveness that set Audi apart, making the brand a cut above the rest,” Hughes said.
El Talkhawi described the new Audi Boutique as “an entirely new experience for Audi fans complete with a high-end range of vehicles and
Ibrahim Bitar, managing director of Salam Bounian, the developer of The Gate Mall, said it is a joy and privilege to house one of the world’s high-end automobile brands. “We believe that The Gate Mall and Audi share a devotion to style and elegance,” he observed.
In order to celebrate the launch of the boutique, Audi had also launched a social media campaign. From among the Audi fans present at the opening, a winner was chosen in a draw. The prize is a weekend test drive of the Audi TT. The first 10 new Audi customers will be eligible for entry into a draw to win an all-expenses paid trip to Dubai and spend two nights in a five-star hotel.
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