TRAVERSE CITY, MI – By 2025 Audi of America estimates 75% of premium-car buyers will be Millennials, or those folks born between the 1980s and 1990s poised to become the biggest purchaser demographic since Baby Boomers, fueling heightened connectivity, autonomous driving, shared mobility and electrification. “This is a group that grew up with technology, a group that has learned the comfort and convenience that comes with good technological solutions, and it is a group that is ...

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