swapalease.com and start over.
Yeah, Audi does not support leasing like BMW does. It’s not part of their business model like BMW.Ahh I didnt pay attention that the new car is to be a lease too. I am extremely familiar with BMW leasing, but not so much with Audi. It might be harder that way.
@jmaddr , since the OP mentions it looks like they will be 15k to 18k over on the lease, it likely is not an attractive vehicle on those platforms because people dont like to buy miles at the end of their leases. (even though those miles tend to be less expensive than the depreciation on the vehicle but thats a different discussion).