Key workers such as NHS staff, teachers and those in the public sector are eligible for money off new and used models through Motor Source Group. Ex-military servicemen and women are also valid for money off vehicles through sister firm Forces Cars Direct.
Audi says this model represents “the core of the brand” with a mix of performance and luxury.
The model delivers up to 443bhp and a 0-60mph ratio in just four seconds. A maximum fuel economy of 54.3mpg is also not too shabby.
A massive £6,400 can be slashed of the price of the popular Nissan Qashqai with models available for just under £19,000.
Prospective buyers can also save over £3,000 on the price of a Vauxhall Astra 1.2 Turbo model and Toyota C-HR Hybrid machine in a major steal.
Drivers simply need to browse the range of cars on offer and contract the team directly to make a purchase.
He told Express.co.uk: “The response and support the nation is showing to those who are helping us through this pandemic is amazing.
“Our aim has always been to recognise and reward our emergency services and other Public Sector personnel, and we are immensely proud to be able to give back to those who help others.
“We need and want this level of recognition and gratitude is continued after the pandemic is over.”
As well as selling models, Motor Source Group confirmed that finance options are available including the option to lease a model.