A new Audi Centre has opened on Bracken Road in Sandyford, Dublin. The custom built, multistorey Audi dealership cost €20 million and combines Audi’s previous operations in Ballsbridge, Goatstown and Sandyford under one roof.

The new Audi showroom is home to the largest display of new and approved used Audi models, and also features Ireland’s first Audi Customer Private Lounge allowing customers to build their own Audi and experience it in virtual reality.

The new Audi Centre covers a floor area of nearly 10000 square metres.

On the ground floor customers can relax in the customer reception area with the Audi Café. The floor also features a service reception, Audi Shop, a new car display and handover bays.

The first floor displays up to 20 new cars and includes customer lounges with panoramic views of Dublin and access to an indoor car park of 100 used cars.

Audi Centre is the exclusive Audi Sport dealer in Ireland with a dedicated corner of the showroom.

The building also houses an 18 bay service workshop.

Audi Centre Sandyford
The new Audi Centre cost €20 million

Donal Duggan, Head of Business at Audi Centre said: “We are delighted to open our doors to the public at the new €20 million Audi Centre following two years of work to deliver a world class Audi experience for customers. The new Audi Centre is the largest Audi dealership in Ireland and the first to feature an Audi Customer Private Lounge complete with virtual reality capabilities to build your very own Audi. Audi is at the forefront of technology and this new state-of-the-art terminal truly provides customers with an unrivalled experience that brings Audi’s innovation DNA to life”.

Caroline Kidd