Volkswagen Passenger Cars code delivers 3.56 million vehicles in duration to July

The Volkswagen Passenger Cars code delivered 3.56 (January-July 2013: 3.43; +3.8 percent) million vehicles in a initial 7 months of a year. Deliveries grew by 4.0 percent in July, with a code handing over 491,600 (July 2013: 472,800) vehicles to business in that month. “We are gratified with a approach a Volkswagen Passenger Cars code has started a second half of a year. The Asia-Pacific segment tops a smoothness table, followed by Western Europe. But we are still confronting severe marketplace developments in some sales regions”, Christian Klingler, Board Member for Sales and Marketing for a Volkswagen Group and a Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand, pronounced in Wolfsburg on Tuesday.

Volkswagen Passenger Cars delivered 1.00 (0.98; +2.9 percent) million vehicles on a altogether European marketplace from Jan to July, of that 517,200 (492,400; +5.0 percent) were handed over in Western Europe (excluding Germany). The home marketplace of Germany also saw deliveries rise, with 340,700 (328,400; +3.7 percent) business holding possession of a new Volkswagen in a duration to July. In contrast, a Volkswagen Passenger Cars code available a slight diminution in deliveries in Central and Eastern Europe, where 146,300 (154,900; -5.6 percent) vehicles were handed over to customers. The association delivered 76,400 (90,600; -15.7 percent) units in Russia.

Volkswagen Passenger Cars delivered 333,400 (362,300; -8.0 percent) vehicles in a North America region, of that 209,700 (242,600; -13.6 percent) new models were handed over to their owners in a United States. In a South America region, deliveries for a duration to Jul fell by 20.1 percent to 372,300 (465,700) units, of that 301,800 (355,200; -15.0 percent) were handed over in Brazil.

The code reported a estimable 16.2 percent boost in deliveries in a Asia-Pacific segment from Jan to July, handing over 1.72 (1.48) million vehicles to business there, of that 1.60 (1.36; +17.9 percent) million units were delivered in China (incl. Hong Kong), a largest singular market.