Rahil Ansari took over as the head of Audi India last month and immediately announced his intention to reclaim the No. 1 spot in the market for luxury cars that it lost to Mercedes-Benz in 2016. The first Indian-origin head of the automaker in India, the 38-year-old is also the youngest brand director for Audi worldwide. Ansari shared on his India plans, including on bringing in alternative fuel technologies. India could be among the top 10 global markets for Audi within the next decade and we are also looking to double sales in the country in a faster time frame than earlier (plan of 10 years). Audi will also focus on alternative fuel technology, including electric vehicles, as it looks to bring environmentally sustainable mobility solutions to India.It is a great opportunity. With products like the A3 and Q3, we want to bring young people into the brand and retain them. When compared with our competitors, we have the youngest customer base in India, with an average age of 40 years. We have also seen a clear increase in demand for Audi products in tier-2 and tier-3 cities.