Volkswagen Group delivers 3.87 million vehicles in duration to May*

Posted on 14. Jun, 2013 by in Volkswagen Canada

The Volkswagen Group delivered 3.87 (January-May 2012: 3.65; +5.9 percent)* million vehicles from Jan to May. The association handed over 816,500 (May 2012: 763,900; +6.9 percent)* vehicles to business in a month of May. “Overall, expansion of a Volkswagen Group brands in a duration to May was stable, despite during opposite levels. In sold Audi, Volkswagen Passenger Cars and Porsche as good as SEAT confirmed smoothness levels in annoy of stability formidable marketplace conditions”, Group Board Member for Sales Christian Klingler pronounced in Wolfsburg on Friday. Klingler went on to say: “Meanwhile, developments on markets worldwide sojourn disproportionate and are characterized by stability mercantile uncertainty, above all in Western Europe. In contrast, a sales conditions in China stays encouraging.”

Group brands delivered a sum of 1.53 (1.58; -3.5 percent) million vehicles on a altogether European marketplace from Jan to May, of that 799,100 (825,800; -3.2 percent) were handed over in Western Europe (excluding Germany). In a home marketplace of Germany, 473,100 (493,900; -4.2 percent) business opted for a new vehicle. Europe’s largest automaker delivered 254,000 (262,600; -3.3 percent) vehicles in Central and Eastern Europe. 120,900 (122,500; -1.3 percent) units were handed over to business in Russia during a same period.

Deliveries in a North America segment from Jan to May grew by 13.0 percent to 360,000 (318,700) units, of that 249,300 (224,100; +11.2 percent) were handed over in a United States. In South America, a Volkswagen Group delivered 375,400 (376,700; -0.4 percent) vehicles to business during a same period, of that 276,300 (273,000; +1.2 percent) were handed over to business in Brazil.

Group sum for a Asia-Pacific segment remained encouraging. 1.43 (1.23; +16.4 percent) million vehicles were handed over to business there in a duration to May, of that 1.28 (1.08; +18.2 percent) million units were delivered in China, a Group’s largest singular market. In contrast, deliveries in India forsaken to 41,300 (51,700; -20.2 percent) vehicles.


Outline of developments during Group brands



The Volkswagen Passenger Cars code delivered 2.41 (2.29; +5.3 percent) million vehicles to business worldwide from Jan to May. The code grown good in a Asia-Pacific region, handing over 1.07 (0.91; +17.6 percent) million vehicles there. In a North America region, Volkswagen Passenger Cars delivered 252,700 (242,100; +4.4 percent) models, while deliveries on a altogether European market, that remained difficult, ran during 688,900 (743,000; -7.3 percent).

Audi delivered 640,200 (600,200; +6.7 percent) vehicles to business worldwide in a duration to May. Deliveries by a reward code from Ingolstadt grown good in a Asia-Pacific region, where 218,500 (189,000; +15.6 percent) models were handed over to customers. In a North America region, Audi delivered 73,600 (64,000) vehicles during a same period, an boost of 14.9 percent.

The sports automobile manufacturer Porsche, that became a Volkswagen Group code on Aug 1, 2012, delivered a sum of 67,300 vehicles in a initial 5 months. Demand for models built by a Stuttgart-based carmaker was generally high in a Asia-Pacific region, where 20,000 vehicles were delivered, and in a North America region, where 19,400 models were handed over to customers.

ŠKODA delivered a sum of 377,200 (405,500; -7.0 percent) vehicles from Jan to May. The Czech automaker handed over 96,700 (107,600; -10.1 percent) units in Central and Eastern Europe and 111,600 (120,900; -7.7 percent) vehicles in a Asia-Pacific region.

SEAT delivered 149,100 (134,300; +11.0 percent) vehicles worldwide in a duration to May, so stability a ceiling trend. The Spanish code available expansion above all in Germany, where deliveries increasing by 30.9 percent to 30,700 (23,500) units, in a UK, where a association handed over 18,500 (16,500; +12.6 percent) vehicles to customers, and in Mexico, where deliveries ran during 9,200 (8,500; +8.2 percent) models.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 219,900 (220,600; -0.3 percent) vehicles to business from Jan to May, of that 66,800 (67,100; -0.5 percent) units were handed over in Western Europe (excluding Germany). In contrast, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles grew deliveries in a South America segment by 10.9 percent to 61,800 (55,700) units.

*) including deliveries by a Porsche code from Aug 1, 2012; incompatible MAN and Scania

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