Audi Thailand recently delighted car enthusiasts by opening a new headquarters and service centre in Southeast Asia on Pradit Manutham Road and simultaneously introducing the new Audi Q8.
The Audi Centre Thailand is spread over 4,800 square metres and features two six-storey buildings on the concept “Audi Light House”.
Krisada Lamsam, chairman and chairman of executive board of Audi Thailand welcomed guests at the opening included Jan Scheer, Charge d’Affaires a.i. of the German Embassy Bangkok, Arsa Sarasin, MR Pridiyathorn Devakula, Thanpuying Orasa Lamsam, Thanpuying Suchitguna Sarasin and Khunying Chodchoy Sophonpanich.
Audi’s Grisnagorn Sawettanan, Teerakup Thammaneewong and Michael Frisch were on hand to welcome the guests, who admired the new Audi Q8 and listened to performances by Byrd and Heart, Charas Fuengarom, Ronnadet Wongsaroj and Joey Boy.
Audi Thailand currently has three showrooms and service centres and will launch a fourth centre in Phuket at the end of this year. The company, which is focusing on after-sales service, also plans to open a new distribution centre and vehicle inspection centre.
Find out more at www.Audi.co.th, Facebook/AudiThailand Facebook or call (02) 765 8888.