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VW Passenger Cars brand delivers 923,100 vehicles in first two months / +3.3 per cent

Press release   •   Mar 11, 2014 11:37 GMT

Wolfsburg, March 11, 2014: Volkswagen Passenger Cars delivered 923,100 (January-February 2013: 893.300; +3.3 per cent) vehicles to customers in the first two months of this year. The brand also grew deliveries for the month of February, when customers took possession of 407,600 (February 2013: 401,400; +1.5 per cent) new vehicles. “Even though the situation in some markets was at times difficult, the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand continued to develop well in the first two months of the year,” Christian Klingler, Board Member for Sales and Marketing for the Volkswagen Group and the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand, said. “There was high demand in particular for the up!, Golf and Golf Estate as well as the Touran and Tiguan,” Klingler added.

Volkswagen Passenger Cars handed over 245,200 (231,600; +5.9 per cent) vehicles on the overall European market in the period to February. Deliveries in Western Europe (excluding Germany) rose 7.8 per cent to 124,800 (115,700) units. In Germany, Volkswagen Passenger Cars grew deliveries in the first two months to 80,600 (77,000; +4.6 per cent) vehicles. In the Central and Eastern Europe region, 39,900 (38,800; +2.7 per cent) customers took possession of a new Volkswagen. In Russia, deliveries fell to 20,000 (22,500; -11.0 per cent) units as a result of the difficult market situation.

The brand recorded a 11.1 per cent rise in deliveries in the Asia-Pacific region in January and February, handing over 472,700 (425,500) vehicles, of which 437,700 (392,300; +11.6 per cent were delivered in China (incl. Hong Kong). Volkswagen handed over 6,500 (9,800; -33.9 per cent) vehicles in India during the first two months.

Deliveries by the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand in North America were down 9.3 per cent to 81,900 (90,300) units, of which 50,600 (60,500; -16.3 per cent) were handed over in the United States. The company delivered 92,100 (112,400; -18.1 per cent) vehicles in the South America region in the period to February, of which 70,500 (82,100; -14.2 per cent) were handed over in Brazil.



Volkswagen Group UK is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Europe’s largest carmaker and one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers.  From its UK headquarters in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, it controls the sourcing, marketing and distribution of all vehicles and parts in the UK for Volkswagen Group vehicles, including Volkswagen Passenger Cars and Commercial Vehicles, Audi, SEAT and ŠKODA cars. 

Volkswagen UK is one of the country’s largest importers, accounting for almost one in ten of every car sold. The company sells a wide range of vehicles which range from compact city cars through the best-selling and renowned Golf, Polo and Beetle models, to luxury saloons and 4x4s. 

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