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Audi Queensway Celebrates Grand Reopening

Photos credit: Sam Santos/ George Pimentel

On July 19, customers and stakeholders were invited to experience the luxurious new space for the very first time.

Dilawri Group of Companies recently hosted the relaunch of the newly-built Audi Queensway dealership. Designed by WEIS and Associates and RH Carter, the dealership is based on the Terminal Design from Audi AG while focusing on creating and sustaining customer convenience while developing future growth.

At the event, speaking remarks were heard from Giorgio Delucchi, president of Audi Canada, Kap Dilawri, co-founder of Dilawri Group of Companies and Chris Lang, General Manager of Audi Queensway;  which was followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

From left to right: Omar Khan, Regional Director of Operations at Dilawri Group of Companies, president of Audi Canada, Giorgio Delucchi, and Chris Lang, General Manager of Audi Queensway.

Audi Queensway was built to to service the Audi customer with the most immersive and customer-focused brand experience for premium automobile enthusiasts in western Toronto. The multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art dealership is reflective of the premium Audi brand and the backing of Canada’s largest automotive dealership enterprise, Dilawri Group of Companies.

Audi Queensway and the charitable The Dilawri Foundation have been staples within the Western Toronto community and Canada generally since 1958. The businesses have supported hospitals, food banks and local sports team while also contributing tens of millions of dollars throughout Canada supporting a variety of other charitable causes.

At the 1,500 square-foot store, which includes a private lounge and adjoining rooftop terrace, the customer experience matches the quality and design of the Audi vehicles. Plus, the store includes one of the largest indoor showrooms for both new and pre-owned in the country.

At the grand opening,  guests including Toronto FC’s Jay Chapman and Alex Bono were treated to special performances by Chantal Kreviazuk, Jenalyn Saraza-Pacheco and Luka Milacic-Perusina from World of Dance, as well as a close look at the Q5 and E-TRON vehicles.

Left to right: TFC’s Jay Chapman and Alex Bono