Volkswagen Group grows car deliveries to 7 million in duration to September*

Posted on 30. Oct, 2013 by in Volkswagen Canada

The Volkswagen Group grew worldwide deliveries in a initial 3 buliding of this year by 4.8 percent, handing over 7.03 (January-September 2012: 6.71)* million vehicles to customers. There was a 7.0 percent arise in Sep deliveries, with a Group handing over 856,900 (September 2012: 801,200)* units. “The Volkswagen Group grew serve in September, with deliveries for a initial 3 buliding of a year commanding a 7 million symbol for a initial time. Thanks to a broad-based, general positioning and a convincing product operation we were means to respond good to a stability doubt in a eurozone and a severe altogether marketplace conditions – and have so been means to win many business for a appealing models”, Group Board Member for Sales Christian Klingler pronounced in Wolfsburg on Friday.

The Group brands delivered a sum of 2.73 (2.80; -2.4 percent) million vehicles to business on a altogether European marketplace in a initial 3 quarters. In Western Europe (excluding Germany), where a marketplace conditions remained difficult, Europe’s largest automaker delivered 1.40 (1.43; -1.6 percent) million units. The association handed over 855,600 (889,900; -3.9 percent) vehicles to business on a home marketplace of Germany. The Group delivered 470,200 (479,900; -2.0 percent) units to business in a Central and Eastern Europe segment in a duration to September, of that 226,100 (234,900; -3.7 percent) were handed over in Russia, a region’s largest singular market.

On a American continent, deliveries from Jan to Sep in a North America segment grew by 9.2 percent to 664,500 (608,600) vehicles, of that 463,200 (431,600; +7.3 percent) were handed over to business in a USA. The Volkswagen Group delivered 681,200 (752,200; -9.4 percent) vehicles to business in a South America segment during a same period, of that 503,100 (573,700; -12.3 percent) were handed over in Brazil.

Group smoothness sum for a Asia-Pacific segment remained encouraging. 2.63 (2.27; +16.0 percent) million vehicles were handed over to business there in a initial 9 months, of that 2.35 (2.00; +17.7 percent) million units were delivered in China (excluding Hong Kong), a region’s largest singular market. In India, 70,700 (85,600; -17.4 percent) business took smoothness of a new Group model.

Outline of developments during Group brands


The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand delivered 4.36 (4.21; +3.6 percent) million vehicles to business worldwide from Jan to September. The code grown quite good in China, where 1.79 (1.51; +18.2 percent) million vehicles were handed over, and in Mexico, where 103,300 (88,400; +16.8 percent) business took smoothness of a new Volkswagen.

Audi delivered 1.18 (1.10) million vehicles worldwide in a initial 3 quarters, an boost of 7.6 percent. The reward code from Ingolstadt benefited inter alia from poignant expansion in China, handing over 355,500 (295,000; +20.5 percent) vehicles to business there. The code grew deliveries in a USA by 13.6 percent compared with a same prior-year period, handing over 114,400 (100,700) automobiles.

The sports automobile manufacturer Porsche, that became a Volkswagen Group code on Aug 1, 2012, delivered a sum of 119,700 vehicles in a duration to September. The Stuttgart-based code delivered 36,400 vehicles in a Asia-Pacific region, and 34,900 vehicles were handed over to business in a North America region. 37,700 business took smoothness of a new Porsche in a altogether European market.

The ŠKODA brand delivered 684,900 (717,200; -4.5 percent) vehicles worldwide from Jan to September. The association handed over 181,100 (193,600; -6.4 percent) vehicles in a Central and Eastern Europe region. 177,700 (181,900; -2.3 percent) vehicles were delivered in China during a same period.

SEAT continued a certain expansion arena and delivered 266,100 (238,100; +11.7 percent) vehicles worldwide in a duration to September. The association handed over 218,100 (199,100; +9.6 percent) vehicles to business in a altogether European market. Developments on a German marketplace were quite encouraging, with deliveries there augmenting by 26.3 percent to 57,300 (45,400) units.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles continued to record fast growth in a initial 3 quarters, handing over 406,600 (409,300; -0.7 percent) vehicles. 119,600 (121,000; -1.2 percent) vehicles were delivered to business in Western Europe (excluding Germany) underneath formidable marketplace conditions. In contrast, deliveries in a South America segment grown well, with business there holding smoothness of 118,800 (108,100; +9.9 percent) units.

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

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