Supported by United States sales numbers for the first eight months of 2016, German luxury brand Audi boasts several high in demand vehicles. Identified by features such as quattro all-wheel drive and available 4G LTE in-car technology, the modern assortment of premium cars and crossover utility vehicles is topped by the recently reintroduced Audi R8 supercar. From September 6th to September 30th, Audi dealerships have begun offering special leasing deals on their remaining 2016 products. Vehicle availability and pricing for these special lease offers depend on particular regions of the United States. Eager in the desire to lure current owners of rival luxury car companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Acura and even Subaru, Audi presents an incentive related to households with a qualified vehicle 2001 model year or newer. The new Audi customer incentive varies depending on the 2016 car selected ranging from $750 for an Audi A3 Sedan to $2,000 for an Audi A8 L or S8 plus. In regards to crossover vehicles from the 2016 Audi lineup, a Q3 offers a $500 incentive while a $1,000 amount is included for new customers of an A3 Sportback e-tron model.