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FA C T S A N D F I G U R E S
Navigator
2016
FA C T S A N D F I G U R E S
Navigator
2016
The Navigator 2016
web-application is available
for tablets, smartphones and PC's:
navigator.volkswagenag.com
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
The Volkswagen Group
4
Board of Management of Volkswagen AG
6
Supervisory Board
7
Key Figures
8
Five-Year Review
10
Volkswagen Share Key Figures
12
Production Sites
14
Germany
14
Europe
18
North/South America
24
South America/South Africa
25
Asia/Pacific
26
Group Production Sites
30
Deliveries of Vehicles to Customers
34
Environment and Transport
36
Developments in Workforce
38
Employees in Technical Development
42
Procurement Volumes by Brand and Company
44
Organizational Charts
46
Volkswagen Passenger Cars
AUDI AG
SEAT, S.A.
ŠKODA AUTO a.s.
BENTLEY MOTORS LIMITED
Bugatti Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. Volkswagen Truck & Bus GmbH MAN SE MAN Truck & Bus AG
Scania AB
MAN Latin America
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE
Renk AG
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51
52
53
54
55
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60
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Volkswagen Financial Services AG
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Historical Notes
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The Model Range of the Volkswagen Group
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88
Volkswagen Passenger Cars
Audi
97
SEAT
104
ŠKODA
108
Bentley
113
Lamborghini
115
Porsche
116
Ducati
121
124
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
Scania
130
MAN
131
133
MAN Latin America
Other Business Fields134
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T H E VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
The Volkswagen Group with its headquarters in Wolfsburg is
one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and the
largest carmaker in Europe.
Due to difficult market conditions in 2015, the number of
Group vehicles delivered to customers dropped to 9.931 mil­
lion (2014: 10.137 million). The share of the world passenger
car ­market amounts to 12.3 percent.
In Western Europe, nearly one in four new cars (24.4 percent)
is made by the Volkswagen Group. Group sales revenue i­ n 2015
totaled €213 billion (2014: €202 billion), while negative earnings
after tax amounted to €–1.4 billion (2014: €11.1 billion).
The Group comprises twelve brands from seven European
countries: Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, ŠKODA,
Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Volkswagen
Commercial Vehicles, Scania and MAN.
Each brand has its own character and operates as an in­
dependent entity on the market. The product spectrum ranges
from motorcycles to low-consumption small cars and luxury
vehicles. In the commercial vehicle sector, the products include
ranges from pick-ups, buses and heavy trucks.
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The Volkswagen Group is also active in other fields of business,
manufacturing large-bore diesel engines for marine and
­stationary applications (turnkey power plants), turbochargers,
turbomachinery (steam and gas turbines), compressors and
chemical reactors. It also produces vehicle transmissions,
special gear units for wind turbines, slide bearings and
­couplings as well as testing systems for the mobility sector.
In addition, the Volkswagen Group offers a wide range of
financial services, including dealer and customer financing,
leasing, banking and insurance activities, and fleet manage­
ment.
The Group operates 119 production plants in 20 European
countries and a further 11 countries in the Americas, Asia
and Africa. Every weekday, 610,076 employees worldwide
produce nearly 42,000 vehicles, and work in vehicle-related
services or other fields of business. The Volks­wagen Group
sells its vehicles in 153 countries.
December 31, 2015
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B OA R D O F M A N A G E M E N T O F VO L K SWA G E N A G
Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
Matthias Müller
Chairman
Dr. rer. soc. Karlheinz Blessing
Human Resources and Organization
Dr.-Ing. Herbert Diess
Chairman of the Brand Board of Management
of Volkswagen Passenger Cars
Dr. rer. pol. h.c. Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz
Procurement
Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Jochem Heizmann
China
Dr. jur. Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt
Integrity and Legal Affairs
Andreas Renschler
Commercial Vehicles
Prof. Rupert Stadler
Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG
Frank Witter
Finance and Controlling
April 15, 2016
SU PERVISORY BOARD
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Hans Dieter Pötsch
Johan Järvklo
(Chairman)
Chairman of IF Metall at Scania AB
Chairman of the Executive Board
and Chief Financial Officer of
Dr. Louise Kiesling
Porsche Automobil Holding SE
Designer and entrepreneur
Jörg Hofmann
(Deputy Chairman)
First Chairman of IG Metall
Olaf Lies
Minister of Economic Affairs, Labor
and Transport for the Federal State
of Lower Saxony
Dr. Hussain Ali Al-Abdulla
Minister of State and
Board Member of Qatar
Investment Authority
Akbar Al Baker
Minister of State and Group
Chief Executive of Qatar Airways
Annika Falkengren
President and Group Chief Executive
of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB
Dr. jur. Hans-Peter Fischer
Chairman of the Board of
Management of Volkswagen
Management Association
Uwe Fritsch
Chairman of the Works Council
at the Volkswagen AG
Braunschweig plant
Babette Fröhlich
IG Metall, Department head for
coordination of Executive Board
duties and planning
Uwe Hück
Chairman of the General and
Group Works Councils of
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Peter Mosch
Chairman of the General Works
Council of AUDI AG
Bernd Osterloh
Chairman of the General and
Group Works Councils
of Volkswagen AG
Dr. jur. Hans Michel Piëch
Lawyer in private practice
Dr. jur. Ferdinand Oliver Porsche
Member of the Board of
Management of Familie Porsche AG
Beteiligungsgesellschaft
Dr. rer. comm. Wolfgang Porsche
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
of Porsche Automobil Holding SE,
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Stephan Weil
Minister-President of the Federal
State of Lower Saxony
Stephan Wolf
Deputy Chairman of the General
and Group Works Councils of
Volkswagen AG
Thomas Zwiebler
Chairman of the Works Council of
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
December 31, 2015
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KEY FIGURES
VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
2015
2014
%
Vehicle sales (units)
10,009,605
10,217,003
– 2.0
Production (units)
10,017,191
10,212,562
– 1.9
610,076
592,586
+ 3.0
2015
2014
%
213,292
202,458
+ 5.4
12,824
12,697
+ 1.0
6.0
6.3
Special items
16,893
–
x
Operating result
–4,069
12,697
x
–1.9
6.3
Earnings before tax
–1,301
14,794
x
Earnings after tax
–1,361
11,068
x
Earnings attributable
to Volkswagen AG shareholders
–1,582
10,847
x
Cash-flows from operating activities
13,679
10,784
+ 26.8
Cash-flows from investing activities
15,523
16,452
– 5.6
Volume Data 1
Employees at Dec. 31
Financial Data (IFRSs), € million
Sales revenue
Operating result before special items
as a percentage of sales revenue
as a percentage of sales revenue
Automotive Division 2
7,212
23,100
–68.8
Cash-flows from operating activities
23,796
21,593
+ 10.2
Cash flows from investing activities
attributable to operating activities 4
14,909
15,476
–3.7
12,738
11,495
+ 10.8
EBITDA 3
of which: investments in property,
plant and equipment
as a percentage of sales revenue
capitalized development costs
as a percentage of sales revenue
6.9
6.5
5,021
4,601
2.7
2.6
+ 9.1
8,887
6,117
+ 45.3
24,522
17,639
+ 39.0
Return ratios in %
2015
2014
Return on sales before tax
–0.6
7.3
Return on investment
in the Automotive Division
–0.2
14.9
Return on equity before tax
(Financial Services Division) 5
12.2
12.5
Net cash flow
Net liquidity at Dec. 31
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VO L K SWA G E N A G
2015
2014
%
Vehicle sales (units)
2,676,629
2,615,686
+ 2.3
Production (units)
1,255,771
1,230,891
+ 2.0
114,066
112,561
+ 1.3
2015
2014
%
Sales
73,510
68,971
+ 6.6
Net loss/net income for the year
–5,515
2,476
x
Volume data
Employees at Dec. 31
Financial Data (HGB), € million
1) Volume data including the unconsolidated Chinese joint ventures.
2) Including allocation of consolidation adjustments between
the Automotive and Financial Services divisions.
3) Operating result plus net depreciation/amortization and impairment losses/reversals
of impairment losses on property, plant and equipment, capitalized development costs,
leasing and rental assets, goodwill and financial assets as reported in the cash flow
statement.
4) Excluding acquisition and disposal of equity investments: €17,270 million (€15,719 million).
5) Earnings before tax as a percentage of average equity.
December 31, 2015
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F I V E -Y E A R R E V I E W
Volume Data (thousands)
Vehicle Sales (units)
Germany
Abroad
Production (units)
Germany
Abroad
Employees (yearly average)
Germany
Abroad
Financial Data (in € million)
Sales revenue
Earnings before tax
Earnings after tax
Cash flows from operating activities
Cash flows from investing activities attributable to operating activities
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2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
10,010
10,217
9,728
9,345
8,361
1,279
1,247
1,187
1,207
1,211
8,731
8,970
8,541
8,137
7,150
10,017
10,213
9,728
9,255
8,494
2,681
2,559
2,458
2,321
2,640
7,336
7,653
7,270
6,934
5,854
604
583
563
533
454
276
265
255
237
196
329
318
308
296
258
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
213,292
202,458
197,007
192,676
159,337
–1,301
14,794
12,428
25,487
18,926
–1,361
11,068
9,145
21,881
15,799
13,679
10,784
12,595
7,209
8,500
15,523
16,452
14,936
16,840
16,002
December 31, 2015
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VO L K SWA G E N S H A R E K E Y F I G U R E S
Dividend development
Number of no-par value shares at Dec. 31
Ordinary shares
thousands
Preferred shares
thousands
Dividend 1
per ordinary share
€
per preferred share
€
Share price development 2
Ordinary shares
Closing
€
%
Price Performance
Preferred shares
Closing
€
%
Price Performance
Market capitalization at Dec. 31
€ billion
Equity attributable to Volkswagen AG shareholders
and hybrid capital investors at Dec. 31
€ billion
Ratio of market capitalization to equity
factor
Key figures per share
Earnings per ordinary share 4
basic
€
diluted
€
Operating profit 5
€
Cash flows from operating activities 5
€
Equity 6
€
Price/earnings ratio 7
Ordinary shares
factor
Preferred shares
factor
Price/cash flow ratio 8
factor
Dividend yield 9
Ordinary shares
%
Preferred shares
%
Stock exchange turnover 10
Turnover of Volkswagen ordinary shares
€ billion
million shares
Turnover of Volkswagen preferred shares
€ billion
million shares
Volkswagen share of total DAX turnover
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
%
Figures for the years 2011 to 2014 relate to dividends paid in the following year.
For 2015, the figures relate to the proposed dividend.
Xetra prices.
2012 figures adjusted in the 2013 annual financial statements to reflect application of IAS 19R.
Prior-year figures adjusted in accordance with IAS 33.26.
Based on the weighted average number of ordinary and preferred shares outstanding (basic),
prior year adjusted according to IAS 33.26.
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2015
2014
2011
2012
2013
295,090
295,090
295,090
295,090
295,090
206,205
180,641
170,148
170,143
170,143
0.11
4.80
4.00
3.50
3.00
0.17
4.86
4.06
3.56
3.06
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
142.30
180.10
196.90
162.75
103.65
–21.0
–8.5
+ 21.0
+ 57.0
– 2.1
133.75
184.65
204.15
172.15
115.75
–27.6
–9.6
+ 18.6
+ 48.7
– 4.7
69.6
86.5
92.8
77.3
50.3
88.1
90.0
87.7
77.7 3
57.5
0.79
0.96
1.06
1.00
0.87
2015
2014
2013
2012 3
2011
–3.20
21.82
18.61
46.41
33.10
–3.20
21.82
18.61
46.41
33.10
–8.12
25.59
23.99
24.59
24.23
27.29
21.74
25.89
15.42
18.27
175.67
189.16
188.58
166.98
123.68
x
8.2
10.6
3.5
3.1
x
8.4
10.9
3.7
3.5
5.2
8.3
7.6
10.6
5.7
0.1
2.7
2.0
2.2
2.9
0.1
2.6
2.0
2.1
2.6
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
6.9
3.2
3.5
3.5
5.1
45.4
17.8
21.4
26.8
46.4
72.4
45.1
43.0
40.9
44.2
444.4
248.3
252.8
293.3
369.1
7.1
5.4
5.7
5.3
4.6
6) Based on the total number of ordinary and preferred shares on December 31
(excluding potential shares from the mandatory convertible note).
7) Ratio of year-end-closing price to earnings per share.
December 31, 2015
8)
Using year-end-closing prices of the ordinary shares.
9) Dividend per share based on the year-end-closing price.
10) Order book turnover on the Xetra electronic trading platform (Deutsche Börse).
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PRODUCTION SITES IN GERMANY
24
7,14
22
3, 13
5
8,20
4,15,
27
28 12
25
17
6
10
2
16
11
9
19
1
23
21,26
18
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GERMANY
5 Brunswick
(7,031 employees)
AUDI
Steering units, front/rear axles,
(84,435 employees; founded in
shock absorbers/levers, subframes/
1909, in 1965 acqui­sition of
swivel bearings, battery systems
50 % of the capital of Auto-Union
GmbH; today more than 99 %
6 Kassel
owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)
(16,536 employees)
Gearboxes, engines: electric drives,
1 Ingolstadt
components: foundry,
(43,192 employees)
press shop, exhaust systems,
AUDI A3, AUDI A3 SPORTBACK,
AUDI A4, AUDI A4 AVANT, AUDI A4
ALLROAD, AUDI A5 COUPÉ,
7 Emden
AUDI A5 SPORTBACK, AUDI Q5,
(9,017 employees)
body components, chassis com­
PASSAT, PASSAT ESTATE, CC
ponents, engine components; vehicle
components, pressed components,
8 Salzgitter
aluminum cast components
(6,906 employees)
Engines
2 Neckarsulm
(16,314 employees)
AUDI A4, AUDI A5 CABRIOLET,
Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH
AUDI A6, AUDI A6 AVANT, AUDI A6
(11,183 employees;
ALLROAD, AUDI A7 SPORTBACK,
founded in 1990; wholly owned
AUDI A8, AUDI R8 COUPÉ, AUDI R8
by VOLKSWAGEN AG)
SPYDER
9 Chemnitz
(1,837 employees)
VOLKSWAGEN AG
Engines
(114,066 employees; founded as
Volkswagenwerk GmbH in 1938)
10 Zwickau
(8,820 employees)
3 Wolfsburg
GOLF, GOLF ESTATE,
(60,452 employees)
PASSAT ESTATE
GOLF, GOLF SPORTSVAN,
components: press shop,
11 Gläserne Manufaktur
Dresden
chassis, plastics technology
(525 employees)
E-GOLF, TIGUAN, TOURAN,
PHAETON, BENTLEY FLYING SPUR
4 Hanover
(14,124 employees)
T6, AMAROK, components:
foundry, heat exchangers
December 31, 2015
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PRODUCTION SITES IN GERMANY
Volkswagen Osnabrück
GmbH
Porsche
(2,445 employees; founded
1931; wholly owned by
in 2009; wholly owned by
VOLKSWAGEN AG since 2012)
(24,249 employees; founded in
VOLKSWAGEN AG)
16 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
12 Osnabrück
(8,500 employees)
XL1, GOLF CABRIOLET, PORSCHE
PORSCHE 911,
CAYENNE, PORSCHE CAYMAN
PORSCHE 911 CABRIOLET,
PORSCHE BOXSTER,
Sitech Sitztechnik GmbH
PORSCHE SPYDER,
V-/B-engines
(2,498 employees; founded in
2001; wholly owned by SITECH
17 Leipzig
Sp. z o.o.)
(3,667 employees)
PORSCHE CAYENNE,
13 Wolfsburg
PORSCHE PANAMERA,
(1,707 employees)
PORSCHE MACAN
Components: seating technology
14 Emden
(449 employees)
Components: seating technology
15 Hanover
(341 employees)
Components: seating technology
December 31, 2015
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MAN
(55,030 employees)
23 Deggendorf
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
founded in 1758;
(483 employees)
VOLKSWAGEN AG 74.35 %)
Components:
reactor technology, high-pressure
18 Munich
(MAN Truck & Bus)
and special apparatus
Trucks, components:
24 Hamburg
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
cabs, driven axles
(585 employees)
(9,078 employees)
Components: steam turbines
19 Nuremberg
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(4,146 employees)
25 Oberhausen
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Engines, components: crankshafts
(1,958 employees)
Components: compressors,
20 Salzgitter
(MAN Truck & Bus)
gas and steam turbines
Trucks, bus chassis,
26 Augsburg
(MAN SE / Renk AG)
components: axles
(1,066 employees)
(2,519 employees)
Gear units
21 Augsburg
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(4,095 employees)
27 Hanover
(MAN SE / Renk AG)
Large-bore diesel engines,
(357 employees)
components: turbochargers
Components: slide bearings
22 Berlin
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
28 Rheine
(MAN SE / Renk AG)
(558 employees)
(490 employees)
Components: compressors
Gear units,
components: couplings
December 31, 2015
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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE
56
33
54
52
53
55
31
32
51
49
71
47
42, 47
43,44,45 48
40
39
46
29
65 6766 68
34
35 36
57
58 41
60
59
70
37
38
64
50
61
62
63
30
69
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BELGI UM
FRANCE
AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V.
(2,513 employees; founded in
BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES
S.A.S.
1971; wholly owned by AUDI AG)
(291 employees; founded in 1909;
part of the Volkswagen Group
29 Brussels
since 1998; wholly owned by
AUDI A1, AUDI A1 SPORTBACK
Groupe VOLKSWAGEN France s.a.)
BOSN IA-H ERZEGOVI NA
34 Molsheim
(96 employees)
Volkswagen Sarajevo, d.o.o.
solidated, 58 % VOLKSWAGEN AG,
35 Saint-Nazaire
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
42 % Prevent Sarajevo d.o.o.)
(654 employees)
(founded in 1998; not con­
Diesel engines and spare parts
30 Sarajevo
components: flywheel ring gears,
stub axles, wheel hubs
DENMARK
36 Angers
(Scania)
(550 employees)
Trucks
31 Frederikshavn
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(451 employees)
Components: propulsion systems
32 Copenhagen
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(1,359 employees)
Components: two-stroke
com­ponents, spare parts
FI N LAN D
33 Lahti (Scania)
(204 employees)
Buses
December 31, 2015
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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE
ITALY
POLAND
Automobili Lamborghini
S.p.A.
Volkswagen Poznań Sp. z o.o.
(1,313 employees; founded in
wholly owned by Volkswagen Inter-
1963; wholly owned by AUDI AG)
national Finance N.V.)
37 Sant’ Agata Bolognese
Poznań
(1.298 employees)
CADDY, T6, components: foundry
(7,765 employees; founded in 1993;
HURACÁN, AVENTADOR, engines
Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.
Volkswagen Motor Polska
Sp. z o.o.
(1,521 employees; founded in
(1,304 employees; founded in 1998;
1926; wholly owned by AUDI AG
wholly owned by Volkswagen
since 2012)
Inter­national Finance N.V.)
38 Borgo Panigale
43 Polkowice
(1,172 employees)
Engines
Motorcycles, engines
THE NETHERLANDS
Sitech Sp. z o.o.
(1,748 employees; founded in
1998; wholly owned by Volkswagen
39 Meppel (Scania)
Inter­national Finance N.V.)
(186 employees)
Components: paint-shop
44 Polkowice
(cabs and frames)
(1,636 employees)
Components: seating technology
40 Zwolle (Scania)
(1,265 employees)
45 Głogów
Trucks
(93 employees)
Components: seating technology
AUSTRIA
46 Kraków
(MAN Truck & Bus)
41 Steyr
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(445 employees)
Trucks
(2,218 employees)
Trucks, components: cabs
47 Poznań
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(669 employees)
Buses
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48 Starachowice
(MAN Truck & Bus)
53 St. Petersburg
(Scania)
(1,874 employees)
Trucks
Bus assembly, shells for buses and
construction of frames
49 Słupsk (Scania)
SWEDEN
(384 employees)
Scania
Bus bodies
(37,521 employees; founded in
1891; VOLKSWAGEN AG 99.57 %
PORTUGAL
share capital, there of 86.22 %
direct and 13.35 % indirect)
Volkswagen Autoeuropa,
Lda.
54 Södertälje
(3,419 employees;
Trucks, bus chassis, engines,
founded in 1991; 74 % Volkswagen
gearboxes, components: axles
(11,781 employees)
International Finance N.V.;
26 % Global VW Automotive B.V.)
55 Oskarshamn
(1,611 employees)
50 Palmela
Components: cabs
SCIROCCO, SHARAN,
SEAT ALHAMBRA
56 Luleå
(443 employees)
RUSSIA
OOO Volkswagen Group Rus
(5,217 employees; founded in
Components: frames and
rear axle housings
SWITZERLAN D
2006; 28.06 % VOLKSWAGEN AG,
55.14 % Volkswagen Finance
57 Winterthur
(MAN SE / Renk AG)
Luxemburg S.A.)
(101 employees)
16.80 % ŠKODA AUTO a.s.,
Industrial gear units
51 Kaluga
POLO SEDAN/VENTO, TIGUAN,
58 Zurich
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
ŠKODA RAPID
(917 employees)
(4,389 employees)
Components:
hermetically sealed compressors,
52 St. Petersburg
(MAN Truck & Bus)
vacuum blowers
(66 employees)
Trucks
December 31, 2015
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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE
SLOVAK REPUBLIC
SPAI N
VOLKSWAGEN SLOVAKIA,
a.s.
SEAT
(10,623 employees; founded
1950; wholly owned by Volkswagen
in 1991; wholly owned by
International Finance N.V.)
(14,445 employees; founded in
Volks­wagen International
Finance N.V.
61 Barcelona
(1,400 employees)
59 Bratislava
Components: press shop
(9,762 employees)
UP!, E-UP!, TOUAREG, AUDI Q7,
62 Martorell
ŠKODA CITIGO, SEAT MII, gearboxes
(11,503 employees)
(assembly only)
IBIZA, IBIZA SC, IBIZA ST, LEON SC,
LEON 5T, LEON ST, AUDI Q3,
60 Martin
engines (assembly only)
(861 employees)
Components: gearboxes, chassis
SEAT Componentes
(1,106 employees; founded in
1979; wholly owned by SEAT S.A.)
63 El Prat
Gearboxes, components: foundry
Volkswagen Navarra, S.A.
(4,402 employees; founded in 1993
when the Pamplona plant was
spun off from SEAT S.A. as ”Fabrica
Navarra de ­Automoviles S.A.“,
wholly owned by SEAT, S.A.)
64 Pamplona
POLO, engines (assembly only)
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TURKEY
ŠKODA AUTO
(26,646 employees; founded in
69 Ankara
(MAN Truck & Bus)
1895; wholly owned by Volkswagen
(1,936 employees)
International Finance N.V.)
Buses
65 Mladá Boleslav
(21,299 employees)
FABIA, FABIA COMBI, RAPID,
H U NGARY
OCTAVIA COMBI, SEAT TOLEDO,
AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR
Kft.
engines, gearboxes, components:
(11,411 employees; founded in
foundry and forge
1993; wholly owned by AUDI AG)
66 Kvasiny
70 Győr
(3,374 employees)
AUDI A3 CABRIOLET,
YETI, SUPERB, SUPERB COMBI
AUDI A3 SEDAN, AUDI TT COUPÉ,
RAPID SPACEBACK, OCTAVIA,
AUDI TT ROADSTER, engines
67 Vrchlabí
(779 employees)
Gearboxes
U N ITED KI NGDOM
Bentley Motors Ltd.
68 Velká Bíteš
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(4,025 employees; founded in
(208 employees)
Interna­tional Finance N.V.)
1919; wholly owned by Volkswagen
Components: turbochargers
71 Crewe
MULSANNE, FLYING SPUR,
CONTINENTAL GT,
CONTINENTAL GTC, BENTAYGA,
engines
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PRODUCTION SITES IN NORTH/SOUTH AMERICA
72
75
73,74
81 82 83
84
78
76
77
USA
86
88
87
85
79
80
74 Silao
(577 employees)
Volkswagen Group of
America Chattanooga
Operations, LLC.
Engines
wholly owned by Volkswagen
75 Querétaro
(MAN Truck & Bus)
Group of America Inc.)
(168 employees)
(2,177 employees; founded in 2008;
Buses, trucks
72 Chattanooga
PASSAT NAR
MEXICO
ARGENTINA
Volkswagen Argentina S.A.
(7,131 employees; founded in
Volkswagen de México, S.A.
de C.V.
1980; wholly owned by
VOLKSWAGEN AG)
(15,185 employees; founded in 1964;
wholly owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)
76 Cordoba
(1,694 employees) Gearboxes
73 Puebla
(14,608 employees)
77 Pacheco
JETTA, THE BEETLE,
(5,363 employees)
THE BEETLE CABRIOLET, GOLF,
SPACEFOX/SURAN, AMAROK
GOLF VARIANT, engines,
components: foundry
78 Tucumán
(Scania)
(398 employees)
components: axle components
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BRAZIL
SOUTH AFRICA
Volkswagen do Brasil
Indústria de Veículos
Automotores Ltda.
Volkswagen of South Africa
(Pty) Ltd.
(18,481 employees; founded in
wholly owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)
(4,026 employees;founded in 1956;
1953; wholly owned by Volkswagen
International Finance N.V.)
85 Uitenhage
POLO, POLO VIVO, POLO VIVO SEDAN,
79 Anchieta
engines
(10,688 employees)
GOL, SAVEIRO, JETTA
80 São José dos Pinhais
86 Olifantsfontein
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(3,030 employees)
(160 employees)
FOX, SPACEFOX/SURAN, GOLF,
Buses
AUDI A3 SEDAN
81 São Carlos
87 Pinetown
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(800 employees)
(125 employees)
Engines
Trucks, bus chassis
82 Taubaté
(3,963 employees)
88 Johannesburg
(Scania)
UP!, GOL, VOYAGE
Trucks, buses
83 Resende
(MAN Latin America)
(1,167 employees)
Trucks, bus chassis
84 São Paulo
(Scania)
(2,992 employees)
Trucks, bus chassis, engines,
gearboxes, components: axles and
cabs
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P RO DUCTIO N SITES I N ASI A / PAC I F I C
106,109,113
103
112, 116
117
96
118
102 100,104,
101 114,115,
119
105
107,110
91
89
90
108, 111
97
92
93
94
99
98
95
INDIA
91 Pithampur
(MAN Truck & Bus)
ŠKODA AUTO India
Private Ltd.
(697 employees)
(786 employees; founded in 1999;
components: cabins, axles
Trucks, engines,
wholly owned by ŠKODA AUTO a.s.)
89 Aurangabad
92 Aurangabad
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
JETTA, ŠKODA OCTAVIA,
(378 employees)
ŠKODA SUPERB, ŠKODA YETI,
Large-bore diesel engines
AUDI A3, AUDI A4, AUDI A6,
AUDI Q3, AUDI Q5, AUDI Q7
93 Bangalore
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(149 employees)
Volkswagen India Private
Ltd.
steam turbines
(3,713 employees; founded in
share capital and 0.0001 % voting
94 Narasapura
(Scania)
rights, Volkswagen International
(87 employees)
Finance N.V. 9.01 % share capital
Trucks, buses
2007; VOLKSWAGEN AG 90.99 %
and 99.9999 % voting rights)
90 Pune
M A L AY S I A
POLO, VENTO, ŠKODA RAPID,
engines
95 Kuala Lumpur
(Scania)
Trucks, buses
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S O U T H KO R E A
101 Nanjing
(3,685 employees)
96 Busan
(Scania)
NEW LAVIDA, PASSAT,
ŠKODA SUPERB
Assembly of truck bodies
102 Yizheng
TA I W A N
(3,116 employees)
SANTANA, GRAN SANTANA, ŠKODA
97 Ping Chen City
(Scania)
Trucks, buses
RAPID, ŠKODA RAPID SPACEBACK
103 Urumqi
(677 employees)
THAILAND
SANTANA
DUCATI MOTOR CO.
104 Ningbo
(206 employees; wholly owned by
(2,859 employees)
AUDI AG)
LAMANDO, ŠKODA SUPERB,
ŠKODA OCTAVIA,
98 Amphur Pluakdaeng Rayong
Motorcycles, engines (for Scrambler
motorcycles)
105 Changsha
(2,245 employees)
99 Bang Pakong
(Scania)
Trucks, buses
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC
OF CHINA
NEW LAVIDA, TOURAN
FAW-Volkswagen
Automotive Company, Ltd.
(35,008 employees; founded in
1991; 2 0% VOLKSWAGEN AG,
SAIC Volkswagen
10 % Volkswagen (China) Invest-
(30,688 employees; founded in
ment Company Ltd., 10 % AUDI AG,
1985; 40 % VOLKS­WAGEN AG,
60 % First Automobile Works Corp.,
10 % Volkswagen (China)
FAW
Investment Company Ltd.,
50 % Shanghai Automotive Group
106 Changchun
Company Ltd./SAGCL)
(20,450 employees)
NEW BORA, MAGOTAN,
100 Shanghai (Anting)
CC, AUDI A4L, AUDI A6L, AUDI Q3,
(16,918 employees
AUDI Q5, engines, gearboxes
POLO, NEW LAVIDA,
GRAN LAVIDA, TIGUAN,
107 Chengdu
ŠKODA FABIA, ŠKODA OCTAVIA,
(7,539 employees)
ŠKODA YETI, engines
JETTA, SAGITAR, engines
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P RO DUCTIO N SITES I N ASI A / PAC I F I C
106,109,113
103
112, 116
117
96
118
102 100,104,
101 114,115,
119
105
107,110
91
89
90
108, 111
97
92
93
94
99
98
95
(5,268 employees)
Volkswagen FAW Engine
(Dalian) Co., Ltd.
GOLF, GOLF SPORTSVAN,
(1,371 employees; founded in 2005;
AUDI A3 LIMOUSINE,
60% Volkswagen (China) Invest-
AUDI A3 SPORTBACK
ment Company Ltd., 40 % First
108 Foshan
Automobile Works Corp./FAW)
Volkswagen FAW Platform
Company, Ltd.
112 Dalian
(951 employees; founded in 2005;
Engines
(788 employees)
60 % Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 40 % FAWER
113 Changchun
Automobile Parts Co. Ltd.)
(583 employees)
Engines
109 Changchun
Components: axles, chassis
110 Chengdu
Components: axles, chassis
111 Foshan
Components: axles, chassis
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VOLKSWAGEN Transmission
(Shanghai) Company, Ltd.
118 Changzhou
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(529 employees; founded in 2001;
(480 employees)
60 % Volkswagen (China)
Components: turbochargers,
Investment Company Ltd.,
compressors
20 % FAW-Car Company,
20 % SAIC Motor Co., Ltd.)
114 Shanghai (Anting)
Gearboxes
119 Shanghai
(Sitech DongChang Automotive
Seating Technology Ltd.)
Components: seating technology
Shanghai Volkswagen
Powertrain Company, Ltd.
(1,913 employees; founded in 2005;
60 % Volkswagen (China)
Investment Company Ltd.,
40 % Shanghai Automotive Group
Company Ltd./SAGCL)
115 Shanghai (Loutang)
Engines
Volkswagen Automatic
Transmission (Dalian) Co.,
Ltd.
(2,303 employees; founded in 2010;
wholly owned by Volkswagen
(China) Investment Company Ltd.)
116 Dalian
Gearboxes
Volkswagen Automatic
Transmission (Tianjin) Co.,
Ltd.
(1,310 employees;
founded in 2014; wholly owned
by Volkswagen (China))
117 Tianjin
Gearboxes
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G ROU P PRO DU CTIO N SI TES BY COU N TR I ES
USA 1 (1 / 0)
In
Mexico 3 (2 / 1)
Brazil 6 (5 / 1)
Argentina 3 (1 / 2)
South Africa 4 (4 / 0)
Notes*:
T = Total
V = Vehicle production sites
C = Component production sites
** Asean: Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan
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China 20 (9 / 11)
ndia 6 (5 / 1)
Asean** 5 (5/ 0)
T*
(V/ C)*
28
(12 / 16)
Poland
8
(5 / 3)
Spain
4
(2 / 2)
Czech Republic
4
(2 / 2)
Sweden
3
(1 / 2)
France
3
(2 / 1)
Russia
3
(3 / 0)
The Netherlands
2
(1 / 1)
Switzerland
2
(0 / 2)
Slovak Republic
2
(1 / 1)
Denmark
2
(0 / 2)
Italy
2
(2 / 0)
Austria
1
(1 / 0)
Bosnia-Herzegovina
1
(0 / 1)
United Kingdom
1
(1 / 0)
Belgium
1
(1 / 0)
Portugal
1
(1 / 0)
Hungary
1
(1 / 0)
Turkey
1
(1 / 0)
Finland
1
(1 / 0)
71
(38 / 33)
Europe
Group production sites in total: 119 (70 / 49)
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G ROU P PRO DU CTIO N SI TES BY B RAN DS
Europe
16
1
2
4
1
9
3
2
23
3
1
5
1
USA
1
Mexico
2
1
Brazil
4
1
Argentina
1
South Africa
2
1
1
1
2
*Asean: Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan
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Worldwide
45
4
3
China
4
18
1
1
1
1
1
India
Asean*
1
1
1
4
1
2
2
2
17
3
31
6
119
119 Group production sites
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PA S S E N G E R C A R D E L I V E R I E S
TO C U STO M E R S B Y M A R K E T *
Deliveries
(Units) Change
2015
2014
Europe/Other Markets
4,006,102
3,893,777
+ 2.9 %
Western Europe
3,062,368
2,912,905
+ 5.1 %
of which:
Germany
1,147,484
1,092,675
+ 5.0 %
+ 2.1 %
United Kingdom
521,345
510,481
France
252,530
249,311
+ 1.3 %
Spain
235,139
203,870
+ 15.3 %
Italy
207,821
190,671
+ 9.0 %
Central- and Eastern Europe
559,945
606,852
– 7.7 %
of which:
Russia
164,653
253,176
– 35.0 %
Czech Republic
126,886
100,967
+ 25.7 %
Poland
104,772
95,790
+ 9.4 %
Other Markets
383,789
374,020
+ 2.6 %
of which:
Turkey
164,787
128,592
+ 28.1 %
90,659
100,058
– 9.4 %
North America
922,774
884,454
+ 4.3 %
of which:
USA
607,096
599,734
+1.2 %
Mexico
211,845
189,328
+ 11.9 %
Canada
South Africa
103,833
95,392
+ 8.8 %
South America
489,636
690,101
– 29.0 %
of which:
Brazil
353,508
554,828
– 36.3 %
97,775
95,086
+ 2.8 %
3,902,169
4,022,626
– 3.0 %
3,542,467
3,668,433
– 3.4 %
91,152
104,218
– 12.5 %
Argentina
Asia-Pacific
of which:
China
Japan
India
69,323
70,656
– 1.9 %
Worldwide
9,320,681
9,490,958
– 1.8 %
Volkswagen Passenger Cars
5,823,408
6,118,654
– 4.8 %
Audi
1,803,246
1,741,129
+ 3.6 %
ŠKODA
1,055,501
1,037,226
+ 1.8 %
400,037
390,505
+ 2.4 %
10,100
11,020
– 8.3 %
+ 28.3 %
SEAT
Bentley
Lamborghini
3,245
2,530
Porsche
225,121
189,849
+ 18.6 %
Bugatti
23
45
– 48.9 %
* Deliveries for 2014 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends.
The figures include the Chinese joint venture companies.
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COMMERCIAL VEH ICLE DELIVERI ES
TO C U STO M E R S BY M A R K E T *
Deliveries
(Units)
Change
2015
2014
Europe/Other Markets
498,833
498,345
Western Europe
368,603
361,372
+ 2.0 %
Central- and Eastern Europe
55,295
64,052
– 13.7 %
Other Markets
74,935
72,921
+ 2.8 %
North America
9,099
8,331
+ 9.2 %
South America
68,958
104,728
– 34.2 %
of which:
Brazil
36,513
74,977
– 51.3 %
Asia-Pacific
32,946
35,082
– 6.1 %
6,165
6,887
– 10.5 %
Worldwide
609,836
646,486
– 5.7 %
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
430,801
446,616
– 3.5 %
76,561
79,782
– 4.0 %
102,474
120,088
– 14.7 %
of which:
China
Scania
MAN
+ 0.1 %
* Deliveries for 2014 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends.
VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P D E L I V E R I E S * *
Deliveries
(Units)
Passenger Cars
Commercial Vehicles
Total
Change
2015
2014
9,320,681
9,490,958
609,836
646,486
– 5.7 %
9,930,517
10,137,444
– 2.0 %
– 1.8 %
** Deliveries for 2014 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends.
Figures include the Chinese joint venture companies.
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ENVIRONMENT AND TRANSPORT – SUSTAINABLE VALUE ENHANCEMENT
“One target area of the Volkswagen Group’s environmental strategy
is its efforts to preserve resources. The Group plans to extend these
over the entire life cycle of all products. It also intends to reduce all
five key environmental figures in production – energy consumption,
CO2 emissions, organic solvents, waste and water consumption – by
25 percent per produced passenger car/light commercial vehicle in
all locations by 2018 compared with 2010.”
Energy Consumption
in kilowatt hours per vehicle*
2015
2,108
2014
2,062
2010
2,519
–16.3%**
CO2 Emissions
in kilograms per vehicle*
2015
886
2014
849
2010
1,096
–19.1%**
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VOC Emissions (Volatile Organic Compounds)
in kilograms per vehicle*
2015
2.79
2014
3.04
2010
4.13
–32.5%**
Disposable Waste
in kilograms per vehicle*
2015
16.1
2014
17.0
2010
23.3
–30.8%**
Fresh Water Consumption
in cubic meters per vehicle*
2015
4.14
2014
4.27
2010
4.54
* Production of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.
Prior-year figures adjusted.
** Change 2015 as against 2010.
–8.9%**
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DEVELOPMENTS I N WORKFORCE
VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
Development of workforce worldwide
650
thousands
592.6
600
610.1
572.8
549.8
550
502.0
500
450
400
399.4
350
300
2010
2011
2012
2014
2013
2015
Year-end data, employees at production and service companies
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VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
Absolute numbers of employees in Germany/abroad
thousands
360
340
320
300.3
300
280
260
277.1
249.5
240
218.1
220
200
181.3
180
160
140
120
100
2010
312.4
260.4
321.5
331.4
278.7
271.0
224.8
Germany
abroad
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Year-end data, employees at
production and service companies
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VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
Workforce at production companies by continents
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
Europe
451,257
438,631
424,964
410,427
378,030
America
59,329
59,790
61,796
63,193
58,072
6,388
6,330
6,356
6,461
6,602
91,991
86,752
78,672
68,704
58,540
1,111
1,083
1,012
978
712
610,076
592,586
572,800
549,763
501,956
Africa
Asia
Australia
Worldwide
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VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
Workforce at production companies by employment category
600,000
500,000
400,000
300,000
200,000
185,224
213,445
226,037
237,795
247,668
319,604
329,060
336,332
343,757
2013
2014
2015
133,687
255,149
301,711
2010
2011
100,000
0
2012
salaried (excl. apprentices)
hourly workers (excl. apprentices)
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DEVELOPMENTS I N WORKFORCE
VO L K SWA G E N A G
Development of part-time employees
94,787
97,691
101,794
107,559
112,561
114,066
5,000
4,255
3,930
4,000
3,000
3,590
3,328
3,159
2,977
2,000
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
3.7 %
3.5 %
3.3 %
3.3 %
0
3.2 %
3.1 %
1,000
2015
total (incl. apprentices)
part-time employees (excl. partial retirement)
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VO L K SWA G E N A G
Development in share of female employees
94,787
97,691
101,794
107,559
112,561
20,000
114,066
18,267
18,906
17,033
15,000
13,747
14,493
15,635
10,000
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
16.6%
16.2 %
15.8 %
15.4 %
0
14.8 %
14.5 %
5,000
2015
total (incl. apprentices)
women
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Overall age structure
42.9
years
43.0
42.5
42.8
years
42.9
years
42.6
years
42.0
41.0
40.0
2012
2013
2014
2015
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Absenteeism
%
2015
5.3
2014
5.0
2013
4.9
2012
4.9
2011
5.0
2010
5.0
2009
4.8
2008
4.3
2007
4.3
2006
3.7
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E M P LOYE E S I N T E C H N I CA L D EV E LO PM E N T
VW R
GmbH
111
Bentley
851
Volkswagen
Osnabrück
550
Scania
3,336
Sitech
155
Porsche
4,148
Bugatti
175
MAN
4,572
Volkswagen
of America
NAR 3
1,074
Volkswagen
Passenger Cars
10,440
Volkswagen
Commercial
Vehicles
1,112
ŠKODA
1,659
Audi2
11,508
Lamborghini
331
Ducati
228
SEAT
976
Research Group
790
Italdesign
791
Chattanooga
Volkswagen
de México
Volkswagen do Brasil
823
Volkswagen
Argentina 1
108
1)incl. Robust Pick-up/
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
2)incl. subsidiaries
3) North America Region
4) inkl. Others - 146 employees
(Sitech Sp. zo.o., VW Navarra, Sverige)
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Volkswagen
Group RUS
41
FAW-Volkswagen
Volkswagen 1,406
VTT Japan
Group China
44
124
Volkswagen
Pune
50
Shanghai Volkswagen
3,072
Volkswagen of
South Africa
110
Total 4: 48,731
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT INFORMATION www.volkswagenag.com/ir
Procurement Volumes (Volkswagen Group)
145,5 billion €
149,1 billion €
2014
2015
Procurement Volumes by Brand and Company*
billion €
Volkswagen AG
29.8
20.0 %
AUDI
18.7
12.6 %
FAW Volkswagen
18.4
12.3 %
Volkswagen Shanghai
18.0
12.1 %
ŠKODA AUTO
7.4
5.0 %
MAN
6.6
4.4 %
Scania
6.6
4.4 %
AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR
6.5
4.4 %
Volkswagen de México
5.4
3.6 %
Volkswagen Slovakia
5.4
3.6 %
Porsche
5.2
3.5 %
SEAT
5.2
3.5 %
Volkswagen Sachsen
3.1
2.0 %
Volkswagen do Brasil
2.1
1.4 %
VW Group of America
2.0
1.3 %
Volkswagen Argentina
1.4
1.0 %
Volkswagen Autoeuropa
1.2
0.8 %
Volkswagen Motor Polska
1.1
0.7 %
OOO Volkswagen Group RUS
0.9
0.6 %
AUDI BRUSSELS
0.9
0.6 %
Bentley
0.9
0.6 %
Volkswagen of South Africa
0.8
0.5 %
Volkswagen India
0.6
0.4 %
Lamborghini
0.5
0.3 %
0.3
<0.1
0.2 %
<0.1 %
149.1
100 %
Ducati
ŠKODA AUTO India
Total
* All figures shown are rounded, so minor discrepancies
may arise from addition of these amounts.
December 31, 2015
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O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
VOLKSWAGEN
Headquarters: Wolfsburg, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management, Volkswagen Passenger Cars:
Dr.-Ing. Herbert Diess
Chairman
Dr. rer. pol. Arno Antlitz
Controlling and Accounting
Dr. rer. soc. Karlheinz Blessing
Human Resources and Organization
Ralf Brandstätter
Procurement
Thomas Schmall
Components
Jürgen Stackmann
Sales, Marketing and After Sales
Thomas Ulbrich
Production and Logistics
Dr.-Ing. Frank Welsch
Technical Development
Address:
Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
38436 Wolfsburg
Germany
Internet: www.volkswagen.com
April 15, 2016
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O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
AUDI AG
Headquarters: Ingolstadt, Germany
Share of capital held: 99.55 %
Board of Management, Audi:
Prof. Rupert Stadler
Chairman
Dr.-Ing. Stefan Knirsch
Technical Development
Dr. rer. pol. Bernd Martens
Procurement
Prof. h.c. Thomas Sigi
Human Resources
Axel Strotbek
Finance and Organization
Dr. Dietmar Voggenreiter
Sales and Marketing
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hubert Waltl
Production
Address:
AUDI AG
85045 Ingolstadt
Germany
Internet: www.audi.com
April 15, 2016
48
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
SEAT, S.A.
Headquarters: Martorell, Spain
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management, SEAT:
Luca de Meo
Chairman
Holger Kintscher
Finance, IT and Organization
Dr. rer. pol. Andreas Offermann
Sales and Marketing
Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rabe
Technical Development
Ramón Paredes Sánchez-Collado
Governmental and Institutional Relations
SEAT and Volkswagen Group in Spain
Xavier Ros
Human Resources
Dr.-Ing. h.c. Andreas Tostmann
Production
Klaus Ziegler
Procurement
Address:
SEAT, S.A.
Autovía A-2, Km. 585
08760 Martorell
Spain
Internet: www.seat.com
April 15, 2016
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
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ŠKODA AUTO a.s.
Headquarters: Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management, ŠKODA:
Bernhard Maier
Chairman
Werner Eichhorn
Sales and Marketing
Winfried Krause
Commercial Affairs
Michael Oeljeklaus
Production and Logistics
Dieter Seemann
Purchasing
Christian Strube
Technical Development
Bohdan Wojnar
Human Resources
Address:
ŠKODA AUTO a.s.
Václava Klementa 869
293 60 Mladá Boleslav
Czech Republic
Internet: www.skoda-auto.com
April 15, 2016
50
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
BENTLEY MOTORS LIMITED
Headquarters: Crewe, United Kingdom
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management, Bentley:
Wolfgang Dürheimer
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Rolf Frech
Engineering
Dr. rer. pol. Jörg Mull
Finance, IT
Marlies Rogait
Human Resources
Kevin Rose
Marketing and Sales
Michael Straughan
Manufacturing
Address:
Bentley Motors Limited
Pyms Lane
Crewe
Cheshire, CW1 3PL
United Kingdom
Internet: www.bentleymotors.com
April 15, 2016
51
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
BUGATTI
BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES S.A.S.
Headquarters: Molsheim, France
Share of capital held: 100 %
Wolfgang Dürheimer
President
Dr. rer. pol. Stefan Brungs, Dr. rer. pol. Jörg Mull,
Christophe Piochon
Board of Management
BUGATTI INTERNATIONAL S.A. (Headquarters Luxembourg)
Wolfgang Dürheimer
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
BUGATTI ENGINEERING GMBH (Headquarters Wolfsburg)
Wolfgang Dürheimer, Chief Executive Officer (Spokesman)
Dr. rer. pol. Jörg Mull, Chief Executive Officer
Willi Netuschil, Chief Executive Officer
Addresses:
BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES S.A.S.
1 Château Saint Jean, Dorlisheim
67120 Molsheim
France
BUGATTI ENGINEERING GMBH
Gustav-Hertz-Straße 2
38448 Wolfsburg
Germany
BUGATTI INTERNATIONAL S.A.
412 F route d'Esch
1030 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Internet: www.bugatti.com
April 15, 2016
52
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
Headquarters: Sant’ Agata Bolognese, Italy
Share of capital held: 100 %
Directors Committee Lamborghini:
Stefano Domenicali
CEO
Federico Foschini
Sales
Matthias Kellner
Procurement
Ranieri Niccoli
Production
Maurizio Reggiani
Technical Development
Werner Neuhold
Finance
Umberto Tossini
Human Resources and Organization
Address:
Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
via Modena, 12
40019 Sant’ Agata Bolognese
Italy
Internet: www.lamborghini.com
April 15, 2016
53
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Headquarters: Stuttgart, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management Porsche:
Oliver Blume
Chairman of the Executive Board
Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board,
Finance and IT
Lutz Meschke
Andreas Haffner
Human Resources
Research and Development
Wolfgang Hatz
Albrecht Reimold
Production and Logistics
Procurement
Uwe-Karsten Städter
Detlev von Platen
Sales and Marketing
Address:
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Porscheplatz 1
70435 Stuttgart
Germany
Internet: www.porsche.com
April 15, 2016
54
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.
Headquarters: Bologna, Italy
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management Ducati:
Claudio Domenicali
Chief Executive Officer
Andrea Buzzoni
Sales and Marketing
Silvano Fini
Production
Andrea Forni
Technical Development
Francesco Milicia
Procurement
André Stoffels
Finance and Systems
Luigi Torlai
Human Resources and CR
Address:
Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.
Via Antonio Cavalieri Ducati, 3
40132 Bologna (Emilia Romagna)
Italy
Internet: www.ducati.com
April 15, 2016
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
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Volkswagen Truck & Bus GmbH
Headquarters: Brunswick, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management Volkswagen Truck & Bus GmbH:
Andreas Renschler
CEO
Ulf Berkenhagen
Procurement
Matthias Gründler
Finance & Controlling, Business Development
Anders Nielsen
Research & Development
Josef Schelchshorn
Corporate Human Resources
Antonio Roberto Cortes
CEO MAN Latin America
Joachim Drees
CEO MAN Truck & Bus AG
Henrik Henriksson
CEO Scania AB
Address:
Volkswagen Truck & Bus GmbH
Willy-Brandt-Platz 19
38102 Braunschweig
Germany
April 15, 2016
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O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
MAN SE
Headquarters: Munich, Germany
Share of capital held: 74.35 %
Executive Board of MAN SE:
Joachim Drees
Chief Executive Officer
Jan-Henrik Lafrentz
Finance
Josef Schelchshorn
Human Resources
Address:
MAN SE
Ungererstraße 69
80805 München
Germany
Internet: www.man.eu/corporate
April 15, 2016
57
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
MAN Truck & Bus AG
Headquarters: Munich, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Executive Board of MAN Truck & Bus AG:
Joachim Drees
CEO
Ulf Berkenhagen
Procurement
Dr.-Ing. Carsten Intra
Production & Logistics,
Research & Development
Jan-Henrik Lafrentz
Finance, IT & Legal
Heinz-Jürgen Löw
Sales & Marketing
Josef Schelchshorn
Human Resources
Address:
MAN Truck & Bus AG
Dachauer Str. 667
80995 München
Germany
Internet: www.man.eu
April 15, 2016
58
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Scania AB
Headquarters: Södertälje, Sweden
Share of capital held: 99.57 %
Executive Board, Scania:
Henrik Henriksson
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mathias Carlbaum
Commercial Operations
Kent Conradson
Human Resources
Andrea Fuder
Purchasing
Johan Haeggmann
Chief Financial Officer
Thomas Karlsson
Production and Logistics
Christian Levin
Sales and Marketing
Claes Erixon
Research and Development
Address:
Scania
SE-151 87 Södertälje
Sweden
Internet: www.scania.com
April 15, 2016
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O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
MAN Latin America
Headquarters: São Paulo, Brazil
Share of capital held:: 100 %
Executive Board of MAN Latin America:
Antonio Roberto Cortes
CEO
Helmut Hümmerich
Finance
Address:
MAN Latin America
Rua Volkswagen, 100
Polo Industrial 27537-803 - Resende - RJ
Brazil
Internet: www.man-la.com
April 15, 2016
60
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
Commercial
Vehicles
Headquarters: Hanover, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles:
Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Scholz
Chairman
Dr. rer. nat. Josef Baumert
Production, Logistics
Honorary Professor (DHBW) Thomas Edig
Human Resources
Jörn Hasenfuß
Procurement
Dr.-Ing. Harald Ludanek
Development
Bram Schot
Sales and Marketing
Klaus-Dieter Schürmann
Finance and IT
Address:
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
PO Box 21 05 80
30405 Hanover
Germany
Internet: www.vwn.de
April 15, 2016
61
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE
Headquarters: Augsburg, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Executive Board of MAN Diesel & Turbo SE:
Dr.-Ing. Uwe Lauber
CEO
Frank Burnautzki
Procurement
Dr.-Ing. Hans-O. Jeske
Technology, Turbomachinery
Wayne Jones
Sales
Arnd Löttgen
Production, Engines, Power Plants
Dr. rer. pol. Peter Park
Finance
Wilfried von Rath
Human Resources
Address:
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE
Stadtbachstraße 1
86153 Augsburg
Germany
Internet: www.mandieselturbo.com
April 15, 2016
62
O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Renk AG
Headquarters: Augsburg, Germany
Share of capital held: 76 %
Executive Board of Renk AG:
Florian Hofbauer
Spokesman of the Executive Board,
Technology and Sales
Christian Hammel
Administration and Production
Address:
RENK Aktiengesellschaft
Gögginger Straße 73
86159 Augsburg
Germany
Internet: www.renk.de
April 15, 2016
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O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S
Headquarters: Brunswick, Germany
Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management, Volkswagen Financial Services AG:
Lars Henner Santelmann
Chairman,
Company Steering, Regions China / India /
ASEAN, Latin America, Truck & Bus Division,
Insurance
Dr. rer. nat. Mario Daberkow
IT and Processes
Dr. rer. pol. Christian Dahlheim
Sales and Marketing,
Regions Germany, Europe, International
Frank Fiedler
Finance
Christiane Hesse
Human Resources and Organization
Dr. rer. pol. Michael Reinhart
Risk Management,
Credit Analysis
Address:
Volkswagen Financial Services AG
Gifhorner Straße 57
38112 Brunswick
Germany
Internet: www.vwfs.com
April 15, 2016
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H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
Ferdinand Porsche’s blue-print
turned the dream of auto­motive
mobility for the masses into a
“people’s car”. The automobile
laid the foundation for a com­
pany which rapidly acquired
international significance after
the Second World War.
The motor of the “Wirtschafts­
wunder“ was air-cooled and
fitted at the rear of a car whose
distinctive silhouette made
Volkswagen a household name
all over the world, just as the
Transporter launched in 1950
became a much-loved work­
horse and camper.
Numerous production facilities
outside Europe were already
being set up in the 1950s to
bring the automaker closer to
the customer.
Having evolved into a German
automotive group with the
­acquisition of “Auto Union
GmbH” and “NSU Moto­ren­
werke AG” in the 1960s, the
dynamic market success of the
Passat, Golf and Polo post-1973
triggered further corporate
growth towards a multi-brand
group: SEAT and ŠKODA were
added in 1985 and 1991,
Bentley, Lamborghini and
Bugatti in 1998.
They were joined by the
legendary sports car maker
Porsche AG in 2012. The
Group also welcomed the
­motorcycle brand Ducati
­under its roof.
The Volkswagen Commercial
Vehicles brand, the Scania
brand acquired in 2008 and the
MAN brand which was taken
over in 2012 with factories in
Europe, Africa and South
America provide a differen­
tiated range of products
spanning city vans, trucks and
busses to suit the most diverse
mobility requirements.
The financial services pro­
vided by Volkswagen Financial
Services AG, a company whose
roots go back as far as 1949,
also contribute to the auto­
motive success of the
Volkswagen Group.
w w w.vo l k s wa g e n a g . co m
1937 — 1945
May 28, 1937
“Gesellschaft zur Vorberei­
tung des Deutschen Volks­
wagens mbH” is established
in Berlin.
February 1938
Construction of the Volkswagen
plant east of Fallersleben be­
gins.
September 16, 1938
The company name is changed
to “Volkswagenwerk GmbH”.
Between 1939 and 1945,
the Volkswagen plant is re­
organized for the production
of arma­ments rather than
the production of civilian
­vehicles. The expanding
­armaments output of the
plant after summer 1940
leads the company to meet
most of its labour needs by
­using forced labour from
abroad. In late summer 1944,
almost two thirds of the
18,000-strong workforce is
made up of foreign forced
labourers.
April 11, 1945
The American troops who
­enter the town put an end to
the production of military
equip­ment and liberate the
forced labourers.
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66
H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
1945
1945 — 1949
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
1,785
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Factory workers
Office workers Total
5,459
574
6,033
Financial data
(million Reichsmark)
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Sales
11.7
June 1945
Responsibility for the company
seized by the Allies is turned
over to the British Military
Government for administration
in trustee­ship.
December 1945
Series production of the Volks­
wagen Type 1 begins with the
assembly of 55 saloons.
October 1947
Export of the first Volkswagen
saloons to the Netherlands
begins with five vehicles.
January 1, 1948
Heinrich Nordhoff is appointed
General Director of the Volks­­wagen works.
July 29, 1948
The company’s registered
­office is transferred from
Berlin to Wolfsburg and the
change entered into the
Commercial Register.
June 30, 1949
“Volkswagen-FinanzierungsGesellschaft mbH” is founded
to provide loans to domestic
customers and dealers, thus
encouraging the sale of
Volks­wagens.
October 8, 1949
The British Military Government
hands over the Volkswagen
works to the trusteeship of the
Federal German government.
The State of Lower Saxony
assumes the administration.
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w w w.vo l k s wa g e n a g . co m
1950 — 1954
March 8, 1950
Series production of the
Volkswagen Transporter
begins in Wolfsburg.
September 11, 1952
The internationalization of
the Volkswagen sales network
begins with the founding of
“Volkswagen Canada Ltd.” in
Toronto.
March 23, 1953
Volkswagen sets up its first
foreign production company,
“Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda.”, in
São Paulo. In 1957 Volkswagen
do Brasil switches from
assembling the Transporter
to local production; the first
Beetle produced in Brazil
leaves the assembly line in
1959.
October 1953
Volkswagenwerk GmbH has
82 sales agencies outside of
Germany. Exports account for
44 percent of vehicle pro­duc­
tion. With 68,754 vehicles
exported in 1953, Volkswagen
accounts for over 40 percent
of all passenger car exports
from the Federal Republic of
Germany.
January 1, 1954
The domestic sales organi­
zation encompasses 66
distributors, 239 dealerships
and 531 authorized repair
shops.
1950
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
90,038
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Factory workers
Office workers Total
13,322
1,644
14,966
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Sales
411
Profit
3.8
68
H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
1955
1955 — 1959
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
329,893
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Germany
150,397
Abroad 177,657
Total
328,054
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Factory workers
Office workers
Total
28,606
2,964
31,570
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
1,444
August 5, 1955
Employees and dealers from
home and abroad celebrate
the production of the one
millionth Volkswagen in
Wolfsburg.
August 1955
The Karmann Ghia Coupé
goes into production.
October 27, 1955
“Volkswagen of America Inc.”
is founded in Newark, New
Jersey.
March 8, 1956
After a one-year period of con­
struction, the new plant in
­Hanover-Stöcken starts
prod­ucing the Transporter.
June 8, 1956
Volkswagenwerk GmbH
­acquires an interest in the
former import agency “South
African Motor Assemblers and
Distributors Ltd.” (SAMAD).
July 1958
Powertrain remanufacturing
is moved from Wolfsburg to
Altenbauna near Kassel. The
workforce at the new Kassel
plant, which repairs and
rebuilds 430 engines and 130
axles a day, rises to 1,124 in
1959.
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w w w.vo l k s wa g e n a g . co m
1960 — 1964
March 11, 1960
“Volkswagen France S.A.” is
founded in Paris.
August 22, 1960
Based on the “VW Act”, “Volks­
wagenwerk GmbH” is trans­
formed into a joint stock com­
pany. Up to March 15, 1961,
the company issues shares
with a nominal value of 360
million DM at a share price of
350 DM.
September 1961
Volkswagen launches the
VW 1500 at the International
Automobile Show (IAA) in
Frankfurt.
October 2, 1962
The one millionth Volkswagen
Transporter rolls off the
assembly line at the Hanover
plant.
January 17, 1964
“Volkswagen de México-City, ­
S.A. de C.V.” is established in
Mexico-City.
December 8, 1964
The Emden plant begins
producing the Beetle. Over
500 vehicles roll off the
assembly line each day. They
are shipped from the com­
pany’s own port and exported
primarily to North America.
1960
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
890,673
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
374,478
Abroad 514,029
Total
888,507
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Total
75,528
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
4,607
70
H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
1965 — 1969
1965
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
1,594,861
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
632,671
Abroad Total
963,693
1,596,364
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies
Total
18,625
125,157
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
9,268
Investments702
January 1, 1965
“Volkswagenwerk AG” acquires
“Auto Union GmbH” registered
in Ingolstadt; the independent
brand widens the model range
of the emerging group.
October 1966
“Volkswagen Leasing GmbH”
is founded.
August 1967
Series production of the second
generation of the Transporter
begins at the Hanover plant.
May 1, 1968
Kurt Lotz becomes Chairman
of the Board of Management.
September 19, 1968
A proving ground is opened
near Ehra-Lessien; in its final
form, the site features over
100 km of test track.
November 1968
The Volkswagen Group enters
the upper mid-class segment
with the presentation of the
Audi 100.
August 21, 1969
Auto Union GmbH and “NSU
Motorenwerke AG” join forces
to become “Audi NSU Auto
Union AG”. “Volkswagenwerk
AG” initially owns 59.5 percent
of the shares.
November 1969
The VW Porsche 914 goes into
production.
71
w w w.vo l k s wa g e n a g . co m
1970 — 1974
July 1970
The K 70 rolls off the assembly
line at Volkswagen’s new
Salzgitter plant.
October 1, 1971
Rudolf Leiding takes over as
Chairman of the Board of
Management.
May 1973
The Passat, the first model of
the new Volkswagen genera­
tion, goes into production.
It features front-wheel drive,
a water-cooled 4-cylinder
engine and a unitary con­
struction all-steel body.
February 1974
The sporty VW Scirocco goes
into series production.
1970
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
2,214,937
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
725,055
Abroad
1,481,866
Total
2,206,921
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies
Total
35,421
190,306
March 29, 1974
Series production of the Golf
begins in Wolfsburg.
Financial Data (million DM)
July 1, 1974
At 11.19 a.m. the last of almost
12 million Beetles rolls off the
assembly line in Wolfsburg.
Investments1,536
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
15,791
Profit407
72
H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
1975
1975 — 1979
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
1,948,939
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
625,555
Abroad 1,412,302
Total
2,037,857
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies
Total
59,157
176,824
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
18,857
Investments941
Loss–157
February 10, 1975
Toni Schmücker becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management.
March 1975
Series production of the Polo
begins in Wolfsburg. The auto­
mobile is positioned on the
small car market as a less ex­
pensive version of the nearly
identical Audi 50.
October 27, 1976
The one millionth Golf rolls
off the assembly line.
January 1977
The Derby, a notchback
version of the Polo, goes into
production.
November 1977
Contract with the German
Democratic Republic pro­
viding for the delivery of
10,000 Golf.
January 19, 1978
The last Beetle to be built in
Germany leaves the assembly
line at the Emden plant.
May 1978
“V.A.G. Transportgesellschaft
mbH” is founded in Wolfsburg.
February 1979
Karmann in Osnabrück
begins production of the
Golf Con­vertible.
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w w w.vo l k s wa g e n a g . co m
1980 — 1984
March 1980
The Audi quattro four-wheel
drive creates a stir at the
Geneva Motor Show.
May 8, 1980
At the Energy Symposium in
Wolfsburg, Volkswagen pre­
sents the Formula E.
December 1980
“VW Kraftwerk GmbH” is
founded in Wolfsburg.
August 1981
Production of the Santana
begins. Production of the
second generation Polo
begins in Wolfsburg.
January 1, 1982
Carl H. Hahn becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management.
September 30, 1982
A license agreement for the
production of the Volkswagen
Passat, Santana and Polo
models is signed with
“Sociedad Española de
Automóviles de Turismo”
(SEAT).
November 1982
The Caddy city van goes into
series production.
June 1983
Production of the second
generation Golf begins.
February 3, 1984
The new research centre
at the plant in Wolfsburg is
inaugurated.
December 1984
Volkswagen acquires the
majority of shares in the
Italian general importer
“Autogerma S.p.A.”.
1980
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
2,573,871
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
787,591
Abroad
1,707,156
Total
2,494,747
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies
Total
99,060
257,930
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
33,288
Investments4,279
Profit321
74
H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
1985
1985 — 1989
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
2,398,196
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
721,812
Abroad 1,676,192
Total
2,398,004
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies
Total
88,703
259,047
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
52,502
Investments3,388
Profit596
January 1, 1985
“Audi NSU Auto Union AG”
is renamed “AUDI AG”. The
registered office moves from
Neckarsulm to Ingolstadt.
April 20, 1985
“Shanghai-Volkswagen Auto­
motive Company Ltd.”. is
­established. “Volkswagenwerk
AG” has a 50 percent share in
the German-Chinese joint
venture.
July 4, 1985
The name of the company is
changed to “Volkswagen AG”.
September 1, 1985
Series production of the
Santana begins in China.
June 18, 1986
Volkswagen AG acquires
51 percent of the capital stock
of SEAT and increases its share
to 75 percent by the end of the
year.
January 1988
The Corrado sport coupé goes
into series production.
August 24, 1988
A licence agreement for the
production of the Audi 100 in
China is signed with “First
Automobile Works” in
Changchun.
Autumn 1989
Market launch of the Audi 100
TDI, the first Group model
with a turbo direct-injection
diesel engine.
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1990 — 1994
February 6, 1991
“FAW-Volkswagen Automotive
Company Ltd.” is established
in Changchun.
April 16, 1991
Volkswagen AG acquires
“ŠKODA automobilovà a.s.”,
which is integrated into the
Volkswagen Group as the fourth
brand. The well-respected
traditional Czech company
marketed its first automobiles
in 1905.
June 24, 1991
“AutoEuropa Automóveis Lda.”
is established in Setúbal,
Portugal, for the production of
a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV).
January 1, 1993
Ferdinand Piëch becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management.
February 18, 1993
“AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR
Kft.” registered in Győr is
established to produce
engines.
January 1, 1994
“Volkswagen Finanz GmbH”
established three years earlier
is renamed “Volkswagen
Financial Services AG.”
March 1994
Audi presents the Audi A8,
­its sporty top-class limousine
­featuring the brilliantly
in­no­vative lightweight
aluminum construction.
1990
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
3,057,598
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
945,384
Abroad 2,084,795
Total
3,030,179
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies Total
95,934
268,744
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
68,061
Investments5,372
Profit1,086
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1995
1995 — 1999
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
3,408,422
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany
937,323
Abroad 2,504,623
Total
3,441,946
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign
Group companies
117,147
Total
259,342
Financial Data (million DM)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
88,119
Investments6,863
Profit336
July 4, 1995
The Commercial Vehicles
brand is introduced.
November 17, 1995
“Volkswagen Argentina S.A.”
commissions its new pro­duction plant in Pacheco near
Buenos Aires.
August 1997
At the Wolfsburg site the
fourth Golf generation goes
into production.
December 1997
“Volkswagen de México” starts
production of the New Beetle.
July 1998
Acquisition of “Bugatti Inter-­
na­tional S.A. Holding” and
“Bentley Motor Cars Ltd.”,
whose automobile tradition
goes back as far as 1919.
September 1998
AUDI AG acquires the Italian
sports car manufacturer
“Lamborghini S.p.A.”
July 1999
Volkswagen makes auto­
mobile history with the start
of the Lupo 3L TDI, the world’s
first standard production
3-liter vehicle.
December 23, 1999
The assembly company
“ŠKODA Auto India Private
Ltd.” is established in
Aurangabad.
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2000 — 2004
June 1, 2000
The “Autostadt” opens in
Wolfsburg.
December 11, 2001
The Gläserne Manufaktur
is opened in Dresden and
­production of the Phaeton
begins.
April 16, 2002
Bernd Pischetsrieder becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management of Volkswagen
AG.
August 2002
Series production of the
Touareg begins at “Volkswagen
Slovakia, a.s.” in Bratislava.
December 2002
Production of the Touran
starts in Wolfsburg. After only
six years, the versatile
compact van boasting highquality work­manship already
tops the one million mark.
August 2003
Production of the fifth
generation Golf begins.
2000
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
(thousands)
5,156
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)
1,019
Abroad (thousands)
4,146
Total (thousands)
5,165
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands) 160.3
Total (thousands)
324.4
Financial Data (million €)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
81,835
Investments14,563
Profit2,614
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H I STO R I CA L N OT E S
2005
2005 – 2009
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
(thousands)
5,219
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)
1,019
Abroad (thousands)
4,174
Total (thousands)
5,193
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)
166
Total (thousands)
345
Financial Data (million €)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
93,996
Investments10,365
Profit1,050
September 15, 2005
The Bugatti Veyron takes to
the road. The technical wonder
from the 1001-hp world in
Molsheim, Alsace, transforms
the masterly engineering
craftsmanship of the auto­
motive visionary Ettore
Bugatti into contempo­rary
automotive performance.
November 1, 2006
The collective bargaining
agreement between
Volkswagen AG and IG Metall
providing for a working time
corridor with a ceiling of 34
hours comes into force. At
the same time, production
volumes are agreed for the six
traditional plants in order to
improve capacity utilization
and safeguard jobs.
January 1, 2007
Dr. Martin Winterkorn becomes
Chairman of the Board of
­Management of Volkswagen
AG.
August 2007
Series production of the Tiguan
compact SUV – characterized
by versatility, high-quality
craftsmanship and technical
innovations begins in
Wolfsburg.
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March 3, 2008
Volkswagen increases its
capital interest in Scania to
37.73 percent and its share
of the voting rights to 68.60
percent. The Swedish truck
manufacturer founded in 1891
is integrated in the Group as
the ninth brand.
December 16, 2008
ŠKODA opens a new Technology
Center in Mladá Boleslav, thus
expanding its competence in
passenger car development.
December 7, 2009
Volkswagen AG takes a 49.9
per­cent participation in
“Dr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG”,
a milestone on the path
towards an integrated
automotive group.
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2010
2010 – 2014
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
(thousands)
7,358
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)
1,059
Abroad (thousands)
6,219
Total (thousands)
7,278
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)
210
Total (thousands)
389
Financial Data (million €)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
126,875
Investments9,278
Profit7,226
August 9, 2010
The Volkswagen Group
acquires a 90.1 percent stake
in “Italdesign Giugiaro S.p.A”,
Turin, Italy. Italdesign’s
development center takes on
numerous tasks in connection
with the Volkswagen Group’s
ongoing model initiative.
March 1, 2011
Volkswagen AG acquires the
highly-profitable automobile
trading business of “Porsche
Holding Salzburg“. In the 2010
calendar year, unit sales of
565,000 new and used vehicles
in Austria, Western and
­Southern Europe and China
generated sales revenue in ex­­
cess of €12 billion. The com­
pany employs some 20,900
people.
March 17, 2011
Volkswagen Osnabrück starts
production of the new Golf
­Cabriolet. The Osnabrück
plant with a total annual
capacity of 100,000 vehicles
is also gear­ing up to manu­
facture models of other Group
brands.
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May 24, 2011
After a construction period
of roughly two years, the
new ­Volkswagen plant in
Chatta­nooga, Tennessee, USA,
with a production capacity of
150,000 vehicles per year is
­inaugurated. The plant builds
the US Passat specially de­
veloped for the North American
market and available at an
­entry-level price of under
US$20,000. Both the plant and
the mid­-size sedan play a key
role in the plans to boost sales
in the USA.
November 9, 2011
Volkswagen AG announces
it holds 55.90 percent of the
voting rights and 57.33 per­
cent of the share ­capital of
“MAN SE”. By completing the
acquisition of the majority
shareholding, Volkswagen
is moving a key step closer
towards realizing its goal of
an integrated commercial
vehicle group consisting of
MAN, Scania and V
­ olkswagen
Commercial Vehicles.
March 2012
Production of the Audi A3
marks the beginning of the
modular transverse toolkit
(MQB) era in the Volkswagen
Group.
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June 6, 2012
Volkswagen AG increases its
share of the voting rights in
“MAN SE” to 75.03 percent,
thus taking the next step on
the way to the integrated com­
mercial ­vehicles group. Along­
side Scania and Volkswagen
Commercial Vehicles, MAN
becomes an independent
Group brand forming part
of the Volkswagen Group’s
Com­mercial Vehicles function.
July 19, 2012
“AUDI AG” acquires a 100 per­
cent share in the motorcycle
manufacturer “Ducati Motor
Holding S.p.A.”, Bologna (Italy),
via its subsidiary “Automobili
Lamborghini S.p.A.“ The
Volks­wagen Group thus wel­
comes the sporty motorcycle
brand under its roof.
August 1, 2012
“Porsche SE” contributes its
in­direct 50.1 percent holding
in “Porsche AG” to Volkswagen AG, creating the integrated
automotive group between
Volkswagen and Porsche.
Volkswagen thus holds 100
percent of the shares of
“Porsche AG”, which retains
its own identity as a Group
brand, via an inter­mediate
holding company.
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September 1, 2012
Volks­wagen makes an extensive
structural and management
realignment. In view of the
economic significance of the
sales market in China, a new
Board of Management function
for China is set up. For the
further structuring of the
extended commercial
vehicles business, the new
board of management func­
tion Commercial Vehicles is
added.
September 4, 2012
The seventh generation Golf
celebrates its world premiere
in Berlin. The car is launched
on the German market on
November 7.
November 30, 2012
The Group Board of Manage­
ment and employee re­pre­
sentatives of Volkswagen AG
and the inter­national trade
union ­federation IndustriALL
Global Union sign a “Tempo­ra­ry Work Charter for the
Volkswagen Group” in Munich.
The charter lays down the
principles for the use of
temporary work and
­appropriate employment
and ­remunera­tion con­ditions.
January 16, 2013
The engine plant in Silao,
­central Mexico, starts
operat­­­ing. This is the Group’s
100th factory, and supplies
Volkswagen’s North American
vehicle plants in Puebla and
Chattanooga with modern
and fuel-efficient EA888 TSI
engines.
August 29, 2013
The inauguration of the
Urumqi vehicle plant in the
Xinjiang ­region in Western
China underscores the growth
trajectory on the Chinese
market. The factory begins
production with the SKD
(semi-knocked down) as­sembly
of the Volkswagen Santana.
Once the plant’s own paint
shop and body shop begin
operating in 2014, the factory
will produce up to 50,000
vehicles per year.
September 9, 2013
The e-Golf and e-up! electrify
­visitors at the International
­Motor Show. All-electric
­mobility is now combined
with the high quality and
functionality typical of the
Golf. The Volks­wagen e-up!
is the world champion in
efficiency among all-electric
cars. Volkswagen is thus taking
zero-emission drivetrains to
large-volume production and
offers all relevant drives for its
models.
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October 22, 2013
The European Court of Justice
rules that the VW Law as
­amended in 2007 is compatible
with EU legislation. The Articles
of Association of Volkswagen
­AG also specify­a majority of
80 percent for adopting re­solu­­­tions submitted to the General
Meeting of Volkswagen AG.
June 19, 2014
A new competence center
­bundling the Group’s electrical
and electronic development
­activities in the key areas of
­electro-mobility and vehicle
connectivity opens on the
­E-Campus. The futuristic
eight-story building sym­
bolizes the quest to develop
deeper ex­pertise in digital
­networking, ­infotainment
and driver-­assistance systems
of the future.
October 10, 2014
The Volkswagen Group and its
Chinese partner “First Auto­
motive Works” extend their
joint venture agreement for
a further 25 years until 2041,
­expanding their successful
­activities in ­China on a longterm basis. ­
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November 13, 2014
The foundation stone for the
plant in Września, Poland, to
be opened by Volkswagen
Com­mercial Vehicles in 2016
is laid. The new plant, which
will have an annual production
capacity of 100,000 vehicles,
has a m
­ odern paint shop, halls
for body assembly and vehicle
­assembly as well as a supplier
park, and will build the next
­generation of the Volkswagen
Crafter.
December 5, 2014
Volkswagen adds its first plugin hybrid model to its product
­offering with the launch of the
Golf GTE, powered by a 110 kW/
150 hp turbocharged petrol
direct-injection engine (1.4 TSI)
and an electric motor with a
power output of 75 kW/102 hp.
The Golf GTE has a total range
of 940 km and an all-electric
driving range of 50 km.
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2015
2015
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
(thousands)
10,017
Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)
1,279
Abroad (thousands)
8,731
Total (thousands)
10,010
Workforce (yearly average)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)
329
Total (thousands)
604
Financial Data (million €)
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
213,292
Investments15,523
Loss–1,361
February 12, 2015
At Audi AG in Ingolstadt, a
new era of automation begins,
giving a foretaste of the revolution in production brought
about by Industry 4.0. For the
first time, people and robots
work hand-in-hand on the
assembly line at the employee’s
pace without protective bar­
riers. This simplifies work
significantly and has ergo­
nomic advantages.
March 23, 2015
In ŠKODA’s Kvasiny plant in
the Czech Republic, vehicle
production capacities will be
almost doubled by 2018 and
output of direct shift gear­
boxes increased by 25 percent,
creating up to 1,200 new jobs.
April 15, 2015
The sixth generation of
Volks­wagen Commercial
Vehicles’ most versatile
product makes its world
debut in Amsterdam. The
Transporter, Caravelle and
Multivan enter the stage in
a classic, but sharper and
more precise VW van design,
65 years after the original T1
went into production.
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April 25, 2015
Ferdinand K. Piëch resigns
from office as Chairman of the
Supervisory Board as well as a
member of the Supervisory
Board of Volkswagen AG and
all other positions in the
Volkswagen Group. Berthold
Huber, previously Deputy
Chairman of the Supervisory
Board, assumes responsibility.
May 1, 2015
The DRIVE. Volkswagen Group
Forum in Berlin, opens its
doors in the Lindencorso after
extensive reconstruction and
with a new overall concept.
DRIVE serves as a communi­
cation platform for all twelve
Group brands and Volkswagen
Financial Services AG.
May 26, 2015
The fourth generation of the
Caddy goes into series pro­
duction in the Volkswagen
Commercial Vehicles plant in
Poznań. Ideal for use as a
­delivery van in town or as a
passenger car, the Caddy offers
plenty of space and is available
in a wide choice of colors with
various drive assistance sys­
tems.
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May 26, 2015
In Changsha in southern China,
the Shanghai-Volkswagen joint
venture opens a new plant,
the Group’s twentieth in China,
with an annual capacity to
build 300,000 Volkswagen
and ŠKODA brand vehicles.
May 27, 2015
The first next-generation
­Touran runs off the produc­
tion line in the Wolfsburg
plant. Built and manufactured
based on the modular trans­
verse matrix (MQB), the family
van with five or seven seats
has an 11 cm larger interior.
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2015
September 4, 2015
After three years of construc­
tion, Volkswagen opens an
­engine plant next door to its
vehicle plant in Kaluga, Russia,
to manufacture state-of-theart 1.6-liter EA211 series gaso­
line engines. 400 ­employees
produce up to 600 engines
every day, which are installed
in Volkswagen Polo and Jetta
models as well as ŠKODA
Rapid, Octavia and Yeti cars
built in Russia.
September 14, 2015
The second-generation Tiguan
celebrates its world premiere
at the International Motor
Show in Frankfurt/Main.
Based on the modular trans­
verse matrix (MQB), it has a
considerably larger interior
and boot space.
September 23, 2015
Four days after the US authori­
ties make the manipulation of
diesel engines known to the
public, Martin Winterkorn
steps down as CEO of
Volkswagen Aktiengesell­
schaft.
September 25, 2015
Matthias Müller, previously
Chairman of Dr.-Ing. h.c. F.
Porsche AG, is appointed the
new CEO of Volkswagen
Aktiengesellschaft by the
Supervisory Board. Müller
declares winning back the
trust the company has lost as
his most urgent task through
relentless clarification and
maximum transparency.
At the same time, the Super­
visory Board makes a decision
to strengthen the company’s
brands and regions and
radically restructure the
Group.
October 7, 2015
The Supervisory Board elects
Hans Dieter Pötsch, previous­ly Member of the Board of
Management with responsi­
bility for Finance and Control­
ling, as its Chairman.
October 30, 2015
Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
and the leading Chinese finan­
cial institute “Industrial &
Commercial Bank of China
Limited” sign a “Memorandum
of Understanding” in the
presence of China’s Premier
Li Keqiang and German
Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel
to provide Volkswagen with
comprehensive banking
services.
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V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
XL1
up!
eco up!
e-up!
cross up!
Fox (South America)
SpaceFox (South America)
CrossFox (South America)
December 31, 2015
T H E MO DEL RA NGE O F TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
89
V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Space Cross (South America)
Polo
Polo BlueGT
Polo GTI
Cross Polo
Polo G (India)
Polo Sedan (Russia)
Polo Vivo (South Africa)
December 31, 2015
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T H E MO DEL RA NGE OF TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Polo Vivo Stufe (South Africa)
Gol (South America)
Gol 16 V (South America)
Voyage (South America)
Saveiro (South America)
Saveiro Cross (South America)
Golf
Golf TDI BlueMotion
December 31, 2015
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91
V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Golf TGI BlueMotion
Golf GTI
Golf GTD
Golf R
e-Golf
Golf GTE
Golf Cabriolet
Golf GTI Cabriolet
December 31, 2015
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V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Golf Estate
Golf Estate TDI BlueMotion
Golf Estate GTD
Golf Estate Alltrack
Golf Estate R
Golf Sportsvan
Golf Sportsvan TDI BlueMotion
Jetta
December 31, 2015
T H E MO DEL RA NGE O F TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
93
V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Jetta Hybrid (North America)
Jetta SportWagen (North America)
New Jetta (China)
New Bora (China)
The Beetle
The Beetle Cabriolet
Scirocco
Scirocco R
December 31, 2015
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T H E MO DEL RA NGE OF TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Passat
Passat BlueMotion
Passat GTE
Passat (North America)
Passat Estate
Passat Estate BlueMotion
Passat Estate Alltrack
Passat Estate GTE
December 31, 2015
T H E MO DEL RA NGE O F TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
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V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
CC
New Lavida (China)
Gran Lavida (China)
New Magotan (China)
Santana (China)
Gran Santana (China)
Lamando (China)
Touran
December 31, 2015
96
T H E MO DEL RA NGE OF TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
V O L K S W A G E N ( www.volkswagen.com)
Sharan
Phaeton
Phaeton (LWB)
Tiguan
Tiguan (LWB-China)
Touareg
December 31, 2015
T H E MO DEL RA NGE O F TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
97
A U D I ( www.audi.com)
A1
A1 Sportback
S1
S1 Sportback
A3
A3 Sedan
A3 Sportback
A3 Sportback g-tron
December 31, 2015
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A U D I ( www.audi.com)
A3 Sportback e-tron
A3 Cabriolet
S3
S3 Sedan
S3 Sportback
S3 Cabriolet
RS 3 Sportback
A4 Sedan
December 31, 2015
T H E MO DEL RA NGE O F TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
99
A U D I ( www.audi.com)
A4 Avant
A4 L (China)
A5 Coupé
A5 Sportback
A5 Cabriolet
S5 Coupé
S5 Sportback
S5 Cabriolet
December 31, 2015
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A U D I ( www.audi.com)
A6 Sedan
A6 Avant
A6 allroad quattro
A6 L (China)
S6 Sedan
S6 Avant
RS 6 Avant
RS 6 Avant Performance
December 31, 2015
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101
A U D I ( www.audi.com)
A7 Sportback
S7 Sportback
RS 7 Sportback
RS 7 Sportback Performance
A8
A8 L
A8 L W12
S8 Sedan
December 31, 2015
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A U D I ( www.audi.com)
S8 Plus
Q3
RS Q3
Q5
SQ5
Q7
TT Coupé
TT Roadster
December 31, 2015
T H E MO DEL RA NGE O F TH E VOLKSWAGEN GROU P
103
A U D I ( www.audi.com)
TTS Coupé
TTS Roadster
R8 Coupé
R8 Coupé Plus
December 31, 2015
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)
Mii
Mii ECOMOTIVE
Mii ECOFUEL
Ibiza 5D
Ibiza ECOMOTIVE
Ibiza SC
Ibiza SC ECOMOTIVE
Ibiza SC CUPRA
December 31, 2015
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)
Ibiza ST
Ibiza ST ECOMOTIVE
Leon
Leon ECOMOTIVE
Leon TGI
Leon CUPRA
Leon SC
Leon SC ECOMOTIVE
December 31, 2015
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)
Leon SC CUPRA
Leon ST
Leon ST CUPRA
Leon ST ECOMOTIVE
Leon ST TGI
Leon X-PERIENCE
Toledo
Toledo ECOMOTIVE
December 31, 2015
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)
Alhambra
Alhambra ECOMOTIVE
December 31, 2015
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Š K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)
Citigo
Citigo G-TEC
Citigo Monte Carlo
Fabia
Fabia Monte Carlo
Fabia Combi
Fabia Combi Monte Carlo
Fabia Combi Scoutline
December 31, 2015
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Rapid (EU)
Rapid Monte Carlo
Rapid (India)
Rapid (China)
Rapid Spaceback
Rapid Spaceback Monte Carlo
Rapid Spaceback Scoutline
Octavia
December 31, 2015
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Š K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)
Octavia GreenLine
Octavia Combi
Octavia Combi GreenLine
Octavia RS
Octavia RS 230
Octavia Combi RS
Octavia Combi RS 230
Octavia G-TEC
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Š K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)
Octavia Combi G-TEC
Octavia Scout
Superb
Superb GreenLine
Superb Combi
Superb Combi GreenLine
Yeti
Yeti Outdoor
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Š K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)
Yeti Monte Carlo
Yeti (LWB-China)
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B E N T L E Y ( www.bentleymotors.com)
Bentley Continental GT V8
Bentley Continental GT V8
Convertible
Bentley Continental GT V8 S
Bentley Continental GT V8 S
Convertible
Bentley Continental GT
Bentley Continental GT Convertible
Bentley Continental GT Speed
Bentley Continental GT Speed
Convertible
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B E N T L E Y ( www.bentleymotors.com)
Bentley Flying Spur V8
Bentley Flying Spur W12
Bentayga
Bentley Mulsanne
Bentley Mulsanne Speed
Bentley Mulsanne
Extended Wheelbase
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L A M B O R G H I N I ( www.lamborghini.com)
Huracán LP 580-2 Coupé
Huracán LP 610-4 Coupé
Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder
Aventador LP 700-4 Coupé
Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster
Aventador LP 750-4
Superveloce Coupé
Aventador LP 750-4
Superveloce Roadster
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)
Boxster
Boxster GTS
Boxster Spyder
Cayman
Cayman GTS
Cayman GT4
911 Carrera
911 Carrera Cabriolet
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)
911 Carrera 4
911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet
911 Carrera GTS
911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet
911 Carrera 4 GTS
911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet
911 Turbo
911 Turbo Cabriolet
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)
911 GT3
911 GT3 RS
911 Targa 4
911 Targa 4 GTS
Macan
Macan GTS
Macan Turbo
Cayenne
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)
Cayenne S E-Hybrid
Cayenne GTS
Cayenne Turbo
Panamera
Panamera S E-Hybrid
Panamera Turbo
Panamera 4
Panamera GTS
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)
Panamera Turbo Executive
Panamera Executive (China)
Panamera 4 Executive (China)
Panamera 4S Sport Edition (China)
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D U C AT I ( www.ducati.com)
Scrambler Icon
Scrambler Classic
Scrambler Urban Enduro
Scrambler Full Throttle
Diavel
Diavel Carbon
XDiavel
XDiavel S
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D U C AT I ( www.ducati.com)
Hypermotard 939
Hypermotard 939 SP
Hyperstrada 939
Monster 821
Monster 821 Stripe
Monster 1200
Monster 1200 S
Monster 1200 R
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D U C AT I ( www.ducati.com)
Multistrada 1200
Multistrada 1200 S
Multistrada 1200 S D|air
Multistrada 1200 Pikes Peak
959 Panigale
1299 Panigale
1299 Panigale S
Panigale R
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VO L K SWA G E N CO M M E R C I A L V E H I C L E S *
Caddy Kombi
Caddy Kombi BlueMotion
Caddy Kombi TGI Blue Motion
Caddy Alltrack
Caddy Delivery Van
Caddy Delivery Van BlueMotion
Caddy Delivery Van TGI BlueMotion
Caddy Delivery Van Alltrack
* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com
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VO L K SWA G E N CO M M E R C I A L V E H I C L E S *
Caddy Beach
Caddy Maxi Kombi
Caddy Maxi Kombi TGI BlueMotion
Caddy Maxi Delivery Van
Caddy Maxi Delivery Van
TGI BlueMotion
Caddy Maxi Beach
Amarok Single Cab
Amarok Double Cab
* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com
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VO L K SWA G E N CO M M E R C I A L V E H I C L E S *
Multivan
Multivan Business
Multivan (LWB)
California
Rockton
Caravelle
Caravelle (LWB)
Transporter Delivery Van
* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com
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VO L K SWA G E N CO M M E R C I A L V E H I C L E S *
Transporter Delivery Van (LWB)
Transporter Delivery Van Plus
Transporter Shuttle
Transporter Shuttle (LWB)
Transporter Single Cab
Chassis
Transporter Single Cab
Chassis (LWB)
Transporter Double Cab
Chassis (LWB)
Crafter Delivery Van
* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com
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VO L K SWA G E N CO M M E R C I A L V E H I C L E S *
Crafter Delivery Van BlueMotion
Crafter Delivery Van (MWB)
Crafter Delivery Van (LWB)
Crafter Kombi
Crafter Kombi (MWB)
Crafter Kombi (LWB)
Crafter Single Cab Chassis
Crafter Single Cab
Chassis (MWB)
* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com
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VO L K SWA G E N CO M M E R C I A L V E H I C L E S *
Crafter Single Cab
Chassis (LWB)
Crafter Double Cab
Chassis
Crafter Double Cab
Chassis (MWB)
Crafter Double Cab
Chassis (LWB)
* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com
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S C A N I A * (www.scania.com)
V8 Truck Range
Long-haulage Trucks
Construction Trucks
Distribution Trucks
Special-purpose Trucks
Coaches
Intercity Buses
City Buses
* The Scania products on this page represent different segments.
There is an abundance of different customer specifications for each segment.
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M A N (www.man.eu)
MAN TGX (MAN Truck & Bus)
MAN TGS (MAN Truck & Bus)
MAN TGM (MAN Truck & Bus)
MAN TGL (MAN Truck & Bus)
MAN CLA (MAN Truck & Bus)
Bus Chassis (MAN Truck & Bus)
Lion’s Coach (MAN Truck & Bus)
Lion’s Regio (MAN Truck & Bus)
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M A N (www.man.eu)
Lion’s City (MAN Truck & Bus)
Lion’s Explorer
(MAN Truck & Bus)
NEOPLAN Cityliner
(MAN Truck & Bus)
NEOPLAN Tourliner
(MAN Truck & Bus)
NEOPLAN Skyliner
(MAN Truck & Bus)
NEOPLAN Jetliner
(MAN Truck & Bus)
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M A N L AT I N A M E R I C A (www.man-la.com)
Volkswagen Constellation Trucks
(MAN Latin America)
Volkswagen Worker Trucks
(MAN Latin America)
Volkswagen Delivery Trucks
(MAN Latin America)
MAN TGX
(MAN Latin America)
Volksbus
(MAN Latin America)
Volkswagen Special Requests
(MAN Latin America)
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O T H E R B U S I N E S S F I E L D S (www.man.eu)
Large-bore Diesel Engines
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Turnkey Power Plants
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Turbochargers
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Industrial Steam and Gas Turbines
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Compressors
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Chemical Reactors
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Special Gear Units (Renk)
Testing Systems for the
Mobility Sectors (Renk)
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O T H E R B U S I N E S S F I E L D S (www.scania.com)
Marine Engines (Scania)
Industrial Engines (Scania)
Gensets (Scania)
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O T H E R B U S I N E S S F I E L D S (www.volkswagenag.com)
Marine Engines (Volkswagen)
Industrial Engines (Volkswagen)
December 31, 2015
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