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The Future Of Dealerships Is Just Off The Queensway

Audi has longtime been synonymous with luxury in the automotive industry. The name Audi can be used as an adjective to describe the “best in class” of other industry. An excellent eatery with immaculate service is the “Audi of restaurants,” while a health club touting all the amenities of a 5-star hotel would be the “Audi of gyms.”

And now, thanks to a multi-million-dollar upgrade, the Audi Queensways’ state-of-the-art dealership is, well, the Audi of Audi dealerships.

No matter where you identify on the automotive spectrum, from luxury car aficionado to occasional passenger, Audi’s designs are instantly recognizable on the roads (think sweeping curves, striking good looks and of course the classic Four Rings logo.) The new dealership looks as distinctive (and luxurious) as their vehicle designs.

Photo By: Sam Santos/George Pimentel Photography
And now, thanks to a multi-million-dollar upgrade, the Audi Queensways’ state-of-the-art dealership is, well, the Audi of Audi dealerships.
Photo By: Sam Santos/George Pimentel Photography

Designed by WEIS and Associates and RH Carter, the dealership is based on the Terminal Design from Audi AG while focusing on customer convenience and future growth. It features extensive use of glass to create a bright and spacious feel to what is now one of the largest Audi showrooms in the country.

The new facility also includes a six-vehicle dual lane heated service drive through (to ensure customers do not need to step outside during any of Canada’s four weather seasons), indoor vehicle handover area with cloud lighting (made to resemble natural sunlight and emphasize the bold lines and beautiful design of each customer’s new Audi), and our personal favourite a 1,500 square-foot private customer lounge with adjoining rooftop terrace and putting green (which feels way more like a private members club in Miami than your local dealership).

Plus, in true forward thinking fashion the environmentally friendly green rooftop does double duty: absorbing water that would usually go through the drains to reuse for plant material and working as an insulator that heats and cools the space.

Audi’s design ethos has always been consumer-focused and forward thinking. The enticing interior styling of both the dealership and the cars is essential not only to meet but exceed the demands of today’s luxury market.

Getting new winter tires has never looked so good.

Photo By: Sam Santos/George Pimentel Photography

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