The Volkswagen Group began a year with a slight boost in deliveries of 0.7 percent. The Company with a twelve brands delivered 817,600 (January 2014: 811,500) vehicles worldwide. “The Volkswagen Group done a fast start to a year. Our reward brands Audi and Porsche, along with ŠKODA and SEAT, put in a quite clever performance”, Group Board Member for Sales Christian Klingler pronounced in Wolfsburg on Friday. “Looking forward to a full year we can design a tellurian uncertainties to continue – and 2015 will be another severe year”, Klingler added.
Including a sum for complicated blurb vehicles, Group brands delivered a sum of 287,400 (279,400; +2.9 percent) vehicles to business on a altogether European marketplace in a initial month of a year. 152,200 (149,300; +1.9 percent) business took possession of a new automobile in Western Europe (excluding Germany). 89,300 (84,200; +6.1 percent) units were delivered in a home marketplace of Germany. The Group handed over 45,900 vehicles to business in Central and Eastern Europe, relating a figure for Jan of final year. 13,800 (16,600; -16.9 percent) units were delivered in Russia.
The Company delivered 63,200 (58,000; +9.0 percent) vehicles in a North America segment in January, of that 39,200 (36,900; +6.1 percent) were handed over to business in a United States. The Volkswagen Group delivered 53,900 (67,900; -20.7 percent) vehicles in a South America segment during a same period, of that 38,500 (48,500; -20.7 percent) were handed over to business in Brazil.
381,300 (375,000; +1.7 percent) vehicles were delivered to business in a Asia-Pacific segment in a initial month of a year, of that 351,400 (344,500; +2.0 percent) were handed over in China (incl. Hong Kong), a Group’s largest singular market.
Outline of developments during Group brands
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand delivered 507,100 (521,600; -2.8 percent) vehicles to business worldwide in Jan 2015.
The reward code Audi handed over 137,700 (124,900) vehicles in a initial month of a year, a estimable arise of 10.3 percent.
The sports automobile manufacturer Porsche delivered a sum of 16,000 (12,200) vehicles, representing an boost of 31.2 percent compared with a prior year.
The Czech code ŠKODA delivered 87,000 (80,900) vehicles in January, an boost of 7.5 percent.
SEAT handed over 27,700 (26,000; +6.4 percent) vehicles to business during a initial month of a year.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 30,600 (31,600; -3.3 percent) vehicles during a same period.
The MAN commercial vehicles code delivered 5,600 (7,800; -29.0 percent) units in a initial month of a year.
The Swedish code Scania delivered 5,000 (5,600; -9,7 percent) complicated trucks and buses to business in January.