The Volkswagen Passenger Cars code delivered 5.59 (January-November 2013: 5.48; +2.0 percent) million vehicles to business from Jan to November. “The severe developments on markets worldwide – above all in Eastern Europe and South America – will continue for a residue of this year. The Volkswagen Passenger Cars code rubbed these hurdles successfully during a march of a year, though was not wholly defence to their impact”, Christian Klingler, Board Member for Sales and Marketing for a Volkswagen Group and a Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand, commented in Wolfsburg on Monday. The code delivered 508,400 (November 2013: 529,500;
-4.0 percent) vehicles to business in November. Klingler explained that one of a categorical factors inspiring deliveries in Nov was a Passat indication change, and added: “The new Passat has been enjoying a clever tailwind given it done a marketplace entrance dual weeks ago. We are in a certain mood, given a model’s winning opening in countless comparison tests and a high turn of orders perceived from all over Europe.”
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars code delivered 1.54 (1.51; +2.4 percent) million vehicles on a altogether European marketplace in a duration to November, of that 785,500 (746,800; +5.2 percent) were handed over to business in Western Europe (excluding Germany). 534,400 (516,900; +3.4 percent) business took possession of a new indication in a home marketplace of Germany during a same period. Deliveries in Central and Eastern Europe continued to decrease as a outcome of doubt in a region. 221,800 (242,300; -8.4 percent) vehicles were handed over to business there. The association delivered 114,200 (142,700; -20.0 percent) models in Russia.
Volkswagen Passenger Cars delivered 533,400 (567,800; -6.1 percent) vehicles in a North America region. In a United States, monthly deliveries continued to collect adult in November, confirming a trend from October. In total, Volkswagen Passenger Cars handed over 332,900 (373,700; -10.9 percent) vehicles to business in a United States from Jan to November. Due to a downward marketplace trend in a South America region, deliveries there in a duration to Nov decreased to 605,300 (737,400; -17.9 percent) units, of that 492,200 (567,500; -13.3 percent) were handed over to business in Brazil.
The code reported an 10.6 percent boost in a Asia-Pacific segment in a duration to November, handing over 2.72 (2.46) million vehicles to business there. 2.52 (2.26; +11.9 percent) units were delivered in China (incl. Hong Kong) during a same period.