German luxury car manufacturer Audi is eyeing to occupy the top slot in the segment, the way it enjoys in the European Union and China.
"We want to be number one in India," Audi India (Head) Michael Perske said in Kolkata on Friday.
Inaugurating Audi India's first showroom in the city, Perske said that in the first half of the current year, Audi had registered 71 per cent growth clocking sales of 1,400 cars.
In the April-June quarter, cars sold by the company were 622 units, registering a 42 per cent quarter-on-quarter growth in the corresponding period last year.
In June Audi India's sales stood at 233 units.
"Our performance in India is in with line with our expectations. We are on course," he said.
In the eastern region, Perske said that company has plans to sell 450 units.