Before stepping into a new car, you need to step into a dealership – an experience which has long been characterized as hectic, overwhelming, and disjointed. But what if a dealership was designed like a luxury vehicle itself, where every detail was taken into account – down to the flowers and coffee cups?
The Audi commitment to progress goes beyond vehicles to redefining dealerships themselves. But not simply a facelift or surface upgrade. At Audi, progress is redesigning dealerships to encompass the entire Audi exclusive customer experience.
Designed by the renowned architecture firm of Allmann Sattler Wappner of Munich, Audi's new "Terminal" dealerships combine the efficiency, performance, luxury, and environmental themes that the brand has become known for in its vehicles.
The Audi Terminal dealership does not stop with the architecture. The custom-made furniture and accessories are all designed to fit into the Audi vision and enhance customers' car-buying experience.
The Pacific Audi
Terminal will be here in the winter of 2012. With over 40,000 square feet available to view and service your next Audi, the Pacific Audi Terminal can display 17 cars on the showroom floor and service up to 22 vehicles at one time!