Volkswagen Group delivers 5.90 million vehicles in initial 7 months

Posted on 12. Aug, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• 1.3 percent boost from Jan to July
• 787,300 vehicles delivered in July
• Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales: “The Group’s extended code portfolio is proof to be a good strength”

The Volkswagen Group grew deliveries in a initial 7 months of a year by 1.3 percent compared with a before year: 5.90 million vehicles were handed over to business worldwide from Jan to July. 787,300 vehicles were delivered in a month of July. “Deliveries by a Volkswagen Group in Jul roughly matched a prior-year turn and continued a certain trend for a initial 6 months. The Group’s extended code portfolio is proof to be a good strength”, pronounced Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales.

2.52 million vehicles were handed over to business in Europe from Jan to July, an boost of 2.6 percent compared with a prior year. Group brands delivered 323,800 new vehicles in Europe in Jul (-4.7 percent). 2.14 million vehicles were handed over to business in Western Europe in a initial 7 months of a year (+2.0 percent), while 377,900 (+6.6 percent) units were delivered in Central and Eastern Europe, with Poland and a Czech Republic stating poignant growth.

The association handed over 81,500 vehicles to business in a North America segment in July, somewhat down (-0.3 percent) on a prior year. While there was clever expansion movement in Mexico, a downturn on a U.S. marketplace continued in Jul (-5.1 percent). The macroeconomic conditions in a South America region, quite in Brazil, remained tense. 37,400 vehicles were delivered in a segment in Jul – a diminution of 23.5 percent.

Solid expansion in a Asia-Pacific segment continued in July. Deliveries for that month increasing by 11.6 percent compared with a prior year to 311,400 units, of that 285,900 (+16.0 percent) were handed over to business on a Chinese market. 2.35 million vehicles were delivered in a Asia-Pacific segment from Jan to Jul – an boost of 5.9 percent on a prior-year figure.

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