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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
The Volkswagen Group
Board of Management of Volkswagen AG
Supervisory Board
Key Figures
Five-Year Review
Volkswagen Share Key Figures
Production Sites

Germany

Europe

North/South America

South America/South Africa

Asia/Pacific
Group Production Sites
Deliveries of Vehicles to Customers
Environment and Transport
Developments in Workforce
Employees in Technical Development
Procurement Volumes by Brand and Company
Organizational Charts

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

Audi

SEAT

KODA

Bentley

Bugatti

Lamborghini

Porsche

Ducati

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

Scania

MAN SE

Volkswagen Financial Services AG
Historical Notes
The Model Range of the Volkswagen Group

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

Audi

SEAT

KODA

Bentley

Bugatti

Lamborghini

Porsche

Ducati

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

Scania

MAN

MAN Latin America
Other Business Fields

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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 worlds leading automobile manufacturers and the
largest carmaker in Europe. In 2014, the Group increased the
number of vehicles delivered to customers to 10.137 million
(2013: 9.731 million). The share of the world passenger car
market amounts to 12.9 percent.
In Western Europe, more than one in four new cars (25.1 per
cent) is made by the Volkswagen Group. Group sales revenue
in 2014 totaled 202 billion (2013: 197 billion), while profit
after tax amounted to 11.1 billion (2013: 9.1 billion).
The Group comprises twelve brands from seven European
countries: Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, KODA,
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 in
clude 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 118 production plants in 20 European
countries and a further 11 countries in the Americas, Asia
and Africa. Every weekday, 592,586 employees worldwide
produce nearly 41,000 vehicles, and work in vehicle-related
services or other fields of business. The Volkswagen Group
sells its vehicles in 153 countries.
The Groups goal is to offer attractive, safe and environ
mentally sound vehicles which can compete in an increasingly
tough market and set world standards in their respective class.

December 31, 2014

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

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Winterkorn


Chairman, Research and Development

Dr. rer. pol. h.c. Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz


Procurement

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Jochem Heizmann


China

Christian Klingler

Sales and Marketing

Matthias Mller


N.N.

Chairman of the Board of Management of


Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Production

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Horst Neumann



Human Resources and Organization

Hans Dieter Ptsch


Finance and Controlling

Andreas Renschler

Commercial Vehicles

Prof. Rupert Stadler


Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG

March 1, 2015

SU PERVISORY BOAR D

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Hon.-Prof. Dr. techn. h.c.


Dipl.-Ing. ETH Ferdinand K. Pich
(Chairman)
Berthold Huber
(Deputy Chairman)
IG Metall

Dr. Hussain Ali Al-Abdulla


Board Member of Qatar
Investment Authority
and Board Member of
Qatar Holding LLC
Ahmad Al-Sayed
Minister of State, Qatar
Jrgen Dorn
Chairman of the Works Council at
the MAN Truck & Bus AG Munich
plant, Chairman of the General
Works Council of MAN Truck & Bus
AG and Chairman of the Group
Works Council and the SE Works
Council of MAN SE
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 Brunswick
plant
Babette Frhlich
IG Metall, Department head for
coordination of Executive Board
duties and planning

Olaf Lies
Minister of Economic Affairs, Labor
and Transport for the Federal State
of Lower Saxony
Hartmut Meine
Director of the Lower Saxony and
Saxony-Anhalt Regional Office of
IG Metall
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 Pich
Lawyer in private practice
Ursula Pich
Supervisory Board Member
of AUDI AG
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, 2014

KEY FIGURES
VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
Volume Data 1

2014

2013

Vehicle sales (units)

10,217,003

9,728,250

+ 5.0

Production (units)

10,212,562

9,727,848

+ 5.0

592,586

572,800

+ 3.5

2014

2013

202,458

197,007

+ 2.8

Operating profit

12,697

11,671

+ 8.8

Profit before tax

14,794

12,428

+ 19.0

Profit after tax

11,068

9,145

+ 21.0

Employees at Dec. 31
Financial Data (IFRSs), million
Sales revenue

Profit attributable to

Volkswagen AG shareholders

10,847

9,066

+ 19.6

Cash flows from operating activities

10,784

12,595

14.4

16,452

14,936

+ 10.2

EBITDA 3

23,100

20,594

+ 12.2

Cash flows from operating activities

21,593

20,612

+ 4.8

attributable to operating activities 4

15,476

16,199

4.5

of which: capex

11,495

11,040

+ 4.1

6.5

6.3

4,601

4,021

2.6

2.3

6,117

4,413

+ 38.6

17,639

16,869

+ 4.6

2014

2013

7.3

6.3

14.9

14.5

12.5

14.3

Cash flows from investing activities


attributable to operating activities
Automotive Division 2

Cash flows from investing activities

as a percentage of sales revenue

capitalized development costs

as a percentage of sales revenue

Net cash flow


Net liquidity at Dec. 31
Return ratios in %
Return on sales before tax
Return on investment (ROI)
in the Automotive Division

Return on equity before tax

(Financial Services Division) 5

+ 14.4

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VO L K SWA G E N A G
Volume Data

2014

2013

Vehicle sales (units)

2,615,686

2,495,745

+ 4.8

Production (units)

1,230,891

1,169,151

+ 5.3

112,561

107,559

+ 4.7

2014

2013

68,971

65,587

+ 5.2

2,476

3,078

19.6

Employees at Dec. 31
Financial Data (HGB), million
Sales
Net income for the year

1) Volume data including the unconsolidated Chinese joint ventures.


2) Including allocation of consolidation adjustments between

the Automotive and Financial Services divisions.

3) Operating profit plus net depreciation/amortization and impairment losses/reversals


of impairment losses on property, plant and equipment, capitalized development costs,

lease assets, goodwill and financial assets as reported in the cash flow statement.

4) Excluding acquisition and disposal of equity investments: 15,719 million (14,497 million).
5) Profit before tax as a percentage of average equity.

December 31, 2014

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F I V E -YEA R R EV I EW

Volume Data (thousands)


Vehicle Sales (units)
Germany
Abroad
Production (units)
Germany
Abroad
Employees (yearly average)
Germany
Abroad
Financial Data (in million)
Sales revenue
Profit before tax
Profit after tax
Cash flows from operating activities
Cash flows from investing activities attributable to operating activities

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2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

10,217

9,728

9,345

8,361

7,278

1,247

1,187

1,207

1,211

1,059

8,970

8,541

8,137

7,150

6,219

10,213

9,728

9,255

8,494

7,358

2,559

2,458

2,321

2,640

2,115

7,653

7,270

6,934

5,854

5,243

583

563

533

454

389

265

255

237

196

178

318

308

296

258

210

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

202,458

197,007

192,676

159,337

126,875

14,794

12,428

25,487

18,926

8,994

11,068

9,145

21,881

15,799

7,226

10,784

12,595

7,209

8,500

11,455

16,452

14,936

16,840

16,002

9,278

December 31, 2014

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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

thousands

Ordinary shares

thousands

Preferred shares

Dividend 1

per ordinary share

per preferred share

Share price development 2


Ordinary shares

Closing

Annual low

Annual high

Preferred shares


Closing

Annual high
Annual low

Ratio of market capitalization to equity

billion

billion

Equity attributable to Volkswagen AG shareholders


and hybrid capital investors at Dec. 31

Market capitalization at Dec. 31

factor

Key figures per share


Earnings per ordinary share 4

basic

diluted

Operating profit 5

Cash flows from operating activities 5


Equity 6

Ordinary shares

Price/cash flow ratio 8



factor

factor

Dividend yield 9

Ordinary shares

Preferred shares

Preferred shares

Price/earnings ratio 7

factor

%
%

Stock exchange turnover 10


Turnover of Volkswagen ordinary shares

Turnover of Volkswagen preferred shares

Volkswagen share of total DAX turnover


1)

2)
3)
4)
5)

billion

million shares

billion

million shares

Figures for the years 2010 to 2013 relate to dividends paid in the following year.
For 2014, 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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2014

2013

295,090
180,641

170,148

295,090

295,090

295,046
170,143

170,143

170,143

4.80

4.00

3.50

3.00

2.20

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

180.10

196.90

162.75

103.65

105.90

150.70

132.60

106.20

84.50

4.86

4.06

197.35

295,090

2010

2011

2012

184.65
203.35
150.25
86.5
90.0
0.96

196.90

204.15
204.15
138.50
92.8
87.7
1.06

172.15
172.70
118.00
77.3

118.50

136.95

162.75

2.26

3.06

3.56

115.75
151.00
88.54
50.3

62.30

121.40
136.90
55.83
51.9

57.5

46.0

2011

2010

77.7 3

1.00

0.87

1.13

2014

2013

21.84

18.61

46.41

33.10

15.17

25.59

23.99

24.59

24.23

15.87

21.84
21.74

18.61
25.89

2012

46.41
15.42

33.10
18.27

15.17
25.46

189.16

188.58

166.98

123.68

8.2

10.6

3.5

3.1

7.0

8.3

7.6

10.6

5.7

4.2

2.7

2.0

2.2

2.9

2.1

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

3.2

3.5

3.5

5.1

8.4

2.6

10.9

2.0

3.7

2.1

3.5

2.6

98.84

8.0

1.9
6.0

17.8

21.4

26.8

46.4

79.2

248.3

252.8

293.3

369.1

305.4

45.1

5.4

43.0
5.7

40.9
5.3

44.2
4.6

23.5
2.9

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, 2014
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 Brse).

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PRODUCTION SITES IN GERMANY

25

7,14

23

3, 13
5
8,21

4,15,
28

29 12

26

17

20

2
16

10

11
9

19
1
22,27

24

18

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GERMANY

5 Brunswick

AUDI

Steering units, front/rear axles,

(79,483 employees; founded in

(6,862 employees)

shock absorbers/levers, subframes/

1909, in 1965 acquisition of

swivel bearings, battery systems

GmbH; today more than 99 %

6 Kassel

50 % of the capital of Auto-Union


owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

1 Ingolstadt

(16,107 employees)

Gearboxes, components: foundry,


press shop, exhaust systems,

(40,027 employees)

electric drives

AUDI A4, AUDI A4 AVANT,

7 Emden

AUDI A5 SPORTBACK, AUDI Q5,

PASSAT, PASSAT ESTATE, CC

ponents, engine components; vehicle

8 Salzgitter

aluminum cast components

Engines

AUDI A3, AUDI A3 SPORTBACK,


AUDI A4 ALLROAD, AUDI A5 COUP,
body components, chassis com

components, pressed components,

2 Neckarsulm

(8,981 employees)

(7,049 employees)

(15,900 employees)

Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH

AUDI A6, AUDI A6 AVANT, AUDI A6

founded in 1990; wholly owned

AUDI A4, AUDI A5 CABRIOLET,

(11,079 employees;

ALLROAD, AUDI A7 SPORTBACK,

by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

SPYDER

9 Chemnitz

AUDI A8, AUDI R8 COUP, AUDI R8

VOLKSWAGEN AG

(112,561 employees; founded as

Volkswagenwerk GmbH in 1938)

3 Wolfsburg

(59,812 employees)

(1,764 employees)
Engines

10 Zwickau

(8,785 employees)

GOLF, GOLF ESTATE, PASSAT,


PASSAT ESTATE

TIGUAN, TOURAN,

11 Glserne Manufaktur
Dresden

chassis, plastics technology

PHAETON, BENTLEY FLYING SPUR

GOLF, GOLF SPORTSVAN, E-GOLF,


components: press shop,

(519 employees)

4 Hanover

(13,921 employees)

T5, AMAROK, components:


foundry, heat exchangers

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PRODUCTION SITES IN GERMANY

Volkswagen Osnabrck
GmbH

Porsche

in 2009; wholly owned by

VOLKSWAGEN AG since 2012)

(2,301 employees; founded


VOLKSWAGEN AG)

12 Osnabrck

XL1, GOLF CABRIOLET, PORSCHE

BOXSTER, PORSCHE CAYMAN

Sitech Sitztechnik GmbH

(2,397 employees; founded in 2001;

(22,190 employees; founded in


1931; wholly owned by

16 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
(13,409 employees)
PORSCHE 911,

PORSCHE 911 CABRIOLET,


PORSCHE BOXSTER,
PORSCHE SPYDER,
V-/B-engines

wholly owned by SITECH Sp. z o.o.)

17 Leipzig

13 Wolfsburg

PORSCHE CAYENNE,

(1,683 employees)

Components: seating technology

(3,061 employees)

PORSCHE PANAMERA,
PORSCHE MACAN

14 Emden

(415 employees)

Components: seating technology

15 Hanover

(298 employees)

Components: seating technology

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MAN

(55,903 employees;

24 Deggendorf
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

VOLKSWAGEN AG 74.04 %)

Components:

18 Munich
(MAN Truck & Bus)

and special apparatus

founded in 1758,

(9,200 employees)

Trucks, components:
cabs, driven axles

19 Nuremberg
(MAN Truck & Bus)

(4,348 employees) Engines,


components: crankshafts

20 Plauen
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(254 employees)
Buses

21 Salzgitter
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(2,529 employees)

Trucks, bus chassis

Components: axles

22 Augsburg
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

(477 employees)

reactor technology, high-pressure

25 Hamburg
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(602 employees)

Components: steam turbines

26 Oberhausen
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(2,005 employees)

Components: compressors,
gas and steam turbines

27 Augsburg
(MAN SE/Renk AG)
(1,155 employees)
Gear units

28 Hanover
(MAN SE/Renk AG)
(361 employees)

Components: slide bearings

(4,087 employees)

29 Rheine
(MAN SE/Renk AG)

components: turbochargers

Gear units,

Large-bore diesel engines,

23 Berlin
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

(506 employees)

components: couplings

(572 employees)

Components: compressors

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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE

58

34
56

54
55

57

32
33

53

51

38

47
44, 49
45,46,47 50

42
41

48

30

67 6968 70

35

36 37

59
60 43
39

66
52

40

63
64
65

62

61
72

31
71

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BELGI UM

FRANCE

AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V.

BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES S.A.S.

1971; wholly owned by AUDI AG)

part of the Volkswagen Group

(2,528 employees; founded in

30 Brussels

AUDI A1, AUDI A1 SPORTBACK

BOSN IA-H ERZEGOVI NA


Volkswagen Sarajevo, d.o.o.
(founded in 1998; not con

solidated, 58% VOLKSWAGEN AG,


42% Prevent Sarajevo d.o.o.)

31 Sarajevo

components: flywheel ring gears,


stub axles, wheel hubs

DENMARK

(266 employees; founded in 1910;


since 1998; wholly owned by

Groupe VOLKSWAGEN France s.a.)

35 Molsheim

(93 employees)
VEYRON

36 Saint-Nazaire
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(673 employees)

Diesel engines and spare parts

37 Angers
(Scania)

(622 employees)
Trucks

32 Frederikshavn
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

U N ITED KI NGDOM

Components: propulsion systems

Bentley Motors Ltd.

33 Copenhagen
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

International Finance N.V.)

Components: two-stroke

38 Crewe

(443 employees)

(1,314 employees)

components, spare parts

FI N LAN D

(3,670 employees; founded in 1919;


wholly owned by Volkswagen

MULSANNE, FLYING SPUR,


CONTINENTAL GT,

CONTINENTAL GTC, engines

34 Lahti (Scania AB)


(298 employees)
Buses

December 31, 2014

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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE

ITALY

44 Poznan

Automobili Lamborghini
S.p.A.

components: foundry

(1,175 employees; founded in

1963; wholly owned by AUDI AG)

39 Sant Agata Bolognese

HURACN, AVENTADOR, engines

CADDY 3, T5,

Volkswagen Motor Polska


Sp. z o.o.

(founded in 1998; wholly owned by


Volkswagen International Finance
N.V.)

Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.

45 Polkowice

1926; wholly owned by AUDI AG

Engines

(1,076 employees; founded in


since 2101)

40 Borgo Panigale
Motorcycles

THE NETHERLANDS
41 Meppel (Scania)

Components: paint-shop
(cabs and frames)

42 Zwolle (Scania)
(1,588 employees)
Trucks

AUSTR IA
43 Steyr
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(2,374 employees)

Trucks, components: cabs

POLAND
Volkswagen Poznan Sp. z o.o.

(7,554 employees; founded in 1993;


wholly owned by Volkswagen International Finance N.V.)

(1,331 employees)

Sitech Sp. z o.o.

(1,690 employees; founded in 1998;


wholly owned by Volkswagen
International Finance N.V.)

46 Polkowice

Components: seating technology

47 Glogw

Components: seating technology

48 Krakw
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(450 employees)
Trucks

49 Poznan
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(957 employees)
Buses

50 Starachowice
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(1,480 employees)

Bus assembly, shells for buses and


construction of frames

51 Supsk (Scania)

(416 employees) Bus bodies


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PORTUGAL

SWEDEN

Volkswagen Autoeuropa, Lda.

Scania

founded in 1991; 74% Volkswagen

founded in 1891,

(3,369 employees;

International Finance N.V.;

26% Global VW Automotive B.V.)

52 Palmela

EOS, SCIROCCO, SHARAN,


SEAT ALHAMBRA

RUSSIA

(35,925 employees;
VOLKSWAGEN AG 99.57 %
share capital, there of
86.22 % direct and
13.35 % indirect)

56 Sdertlje

(13,046 employees)

Trucks, bus chassis, engines,

gearboxes, components: axles

OOO Volkswagen Group Rus

57 Oskarshamn

28.06% VOLKSWAGEN AG,

Components: cabs

(founded in 2006;

16.80% KODA AUTO a.s.,

55.14% Volkswagen Finance


Luxemburg S.A.)

53 Kaluga

(5,073 employees)

POLO SEDAN, TIGUAN,

KODA RAPID

54 St. Petersburg
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(88 employees)
Trucks

55 St. Petersburg
(Scania)
Trucks

(1,811 employees)

58 Lule

(523 employees)

Components: frames and


rear axle housings

SWITZERLAN D
59 Winterthur
(MAN SE/Renk AG)
(735 employees)

Industrial gear units

60 Zurich
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(960 employees)
Components:

hermetically sealed compressors,


vacuum blowers

December 31, 2014

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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

SPAI N

VOLKSWAGEN SLOVAKIA, a.s.

SEAT

by Volkswagen International

1950, wholly owned by Volkswagen

(founded in 1991; wholly owned


Finance N.V.)

(14,045 employees; founded in


International Finance N.V.)

61 Bratislava

63 Barcelona

TOUAREG, UP!, E-UP!, AUDI Q7,

Components: press shop

(8,938 employees)

PORSCHE CAYENNE, KODA CITIGO,

SEAT MII, gearboxes (assembly only)

62 Martin

(825 employees)

Components: gearboxes, chassis

(1,128 employees)

64 Martorell

(10,723 employees)

IBIZA, IBIZA SC, IBIZA ST, LEN SC,

LEN 5DR, LEN ST, ALTEA, ALTEA XL,


ALTEA FREETRACK, AUDI Q3,
engines (assembly only)

65 El Prat

(1,088 employees)

Gearboxes, components: foundry

Volkswagen Navarra, S.A.

(4,274 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.)

66 Pamplona

POLO, engines (assembly only)

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CZECH REPUBLIC

TURKEY

KODA AUTO

(25,889 employees; founded in

71 Ankara
(MAN Truck & Bus)

International Finance N.V.)

Buses

1895; wholly owned by Volkswagen

67 Mlad Boleslav

(1,745 employees)

(20,637 employees)

H U NGARY

RAPID SPACEBACK, OCTAVIA,

OCTAVIA COMBI, SEAT TOLEDO,

AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR


Kft.

foundry and forge

1993; wholly owned by AUDI AG)

FABIA, FABIA COMBI, RAPID,

engines, gearboxes, components:

(11,274 employees; founded in

68 Kvasiny

72 Gyr

YETI, ROOMSTER, PRAKTIK, SUPERB,

AUDI A3 SEDAN,

(3,240 employees)
SUPERB COMBI

69 Vrchlab

AUDI A3 CABRIOLET,
AUDI TT COUP,

AUDI TT ROADSTER, engines

(754 employees)
Gearboxes

70 Velk Bte
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)
(195 employees)

Components: turbochargers

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PRODUCTION SITES IN NORTH/SOUTH AMERICA

73

76

74,75

82 83 84
79
77
78

85

81

USA

75 Silao

Volkswagen Group of
America Chattanooga
Operations, LLC.

Engines

(2,212 employees; founded in 2008;

wholly owned by Volkswagen

Group of America Inc.)

73 Chattanooga
PASSAT NAR

87
89
88
86

80

(663 employees)

76 Quertaro
(MAN Latin America)
(94 employees)
Buses, trucks

ARGENTINA

MEXICO

Volkswagen Argentina S.A.

Volkswagen de Mxico, S.A.


de C.V.

SEAT, S.A.)

(founded in 1964; wholly

owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

74 Puebla

(founded in 1980; wholly owned by

77 Cordoba

(1,784 employees)
Gearboxes

(14,646 employees)

78 Pacheco

THE BEETLE CABRIOLET, GOLF,

SURAN, AMAROK

components: foundry

79 Tucumn
(Scania)

JETTA, JETTA NAR, THE BEETLE,


GOLF ESTATE, engines,

(5,364 employees)

(505 employees)

components: axle components


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BRAZIL

SOUTH AFRICA

Volkswagen do Brasil
Indstria de Veculos
Automotores Ltda.

Volkswagen of South Africa


(Pty) Ltd.

Volkswagen International Finance

VOLKSWAGEN AG)

(founded in 1953; wholly owned by

N.V.)

80 Anchieta

(4,130 employees; founded in


1956; wholly owned by

86 Uitenhage

POLO, POLO VIVO, POLO SEDAN VIVO,

(12,030 employees)

engines

81 So Jos dos Pinhais

87 Olifantsfontein
(MAN Truck & Bus)

GOL, NEW SAVEIRO

(2,586 employees)
FOX, SPACEFOX

82 So Carlos

(165 employees)
Buses

Engines

88 Pinetown
(MAN Truck & Bus)

83 Taubat

Trucks, bus chassis

(746 employees)

(4,320 employees)
UP!, GOL , VOYAGE

84 Resende
(MAN Latin America)

(122 employees)

89 Johannesburg
(Scania)
Trucks, buses

(1,905 employees)

Trucks, bus chassis

85 So Paulo
(Scania)

(3,590 employees)

Trucks, bus chassis, engines,


gearboxes,

components: axles and cabs

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PRODU CTION SITE S I N AS I A / PAC I F I C

105,108,112

103

111, 115

116

106,109

90

91

92

107, 110

96

102
101 100,104,
117 113,114,
118

97

93
94

99
98

95

INDIA
KODA AUTO India
Private Ltd.

92 Pithampur
(MAN Truck & Bus)
(787 employees)
Trucks, engines,

(864 employees; founded in 1999;

components: cabins, axles

90 Aurangabad

93 Aurangabad
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

KODA SUPERB, KODA YETI,

Large-bore diesel engines

wholly owned by KODA AUTO a.s.)

JETTA, KODA OCTAVIA,

(377 employees)

AUDI A3, AUDI A4, AUDI A6,

AUDI Q3, AUDI Q5, AUDI Q7

Volkswagen India Private


Ltd. (3,421 employees; founded in
2007; VOLKSWAGEN AG 90.99%

94 Narasapura
(Scania)
Trucks, buses

share capital and 0.0001% voting

M A L AY S I A

Finance N.V. 9.01% share capital

95 Kuala Lumpur
(Scania)

rights, Volkswagen International


and 99.9999% voting rights)

91 Pune

POLO, VENTO, KODA RAPID

Trucks, buses

S O UTH KO R EA
96 Busan
(Scania)

Assembly of truck bodies


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TA I W A N

102 Yizheng

97 Ping Chen City


(Scania)

POLO, SANTANA, KODA RAPID,

Trucks, buses

THAILAND
DUCATI MOTOR CO.

(wholly owned by AUDI AG)

98 Amphur Pluakdaeng Rayong


(167 employees)

(3,783 employees)

KODA RAPID SPACEBACK

103 Urumqi

(531 employees)
SANTANA

104 Ningbo

(2,336 employees)

KODA SUPERB HAORUI,

KODA OCTAVIA MINGRUI,


LAMANDO

Motorcycles

99 Bang Pakong
(Scania)

FAW-Volkswagen
Automotive Company, Ltd.
(founded in 1991;

Trucks, buses

20% VOLKSWAGEN AG,

PEOPLES REPUBLIC
OF CHINA

10% AUDI AG,

Shanghai-Volkswagen
Automotive Company, Ltd.
(founded in 1985;

10% Volkswagen (China)

Investment Company Ltd.,


60% First Automobile Works Corp.,
FAW

105 Changchun

(15,878 employees)

40% VOLKSWAGEN AG,

NEW BORA, GOLF, MAGOTAN,

Investment Company Ltd.,

AUDI Q5, engines, gearboxes

Company Ltd./SAGCL)

106 Chengdu

100 Shanghai (Anting)

JETTA, SAGITAR, engines

10% Volkswagen (China)

50% Shanghai Automotive Group

(19,498 employees)

CC, AUDI A4, AUDI A6, AUDI Q3,

(7.212 employees)

KODA FABIA JINGRUI,

107 Foshan

KODA YETI, POLO, NEW LAVIDA,

GOLF, AUDI A3 SEDAN,

KODA OCTAVIA MINGRUI,

GRAN LAVIDA, TIGUAN, TOURAN,

(4,501 employees)

AUDI A3 SPORTBACK

engines

101 Nanjing

(4,805 employees)

NEW LAVIDA, GRAN LAVIDA,


NEW PASSAT

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PRODU CTION SITE S I N AS I A / PAC I F I C

105,108,112

103

111, 115

116

106,109

90

91

92

107, 110

96

102
101 100,104,
117 113,114,
118

97

93
94

99
98

95

Volkswagen FAW Platform


Company, Ltd.

Volkswagen FAW Engine


(Dalian) Co., Ltd.

60% Volkswagen (China)

60% Volkswagen (China)

(founded in 2005;

Investment Company Ltd.,

(founded in 2005;

Investment Company Ltd.,

40% FAWER Automobile Parts Co.

40% First Automobile Works Corp./

108 Changchun

111 Dalian

Components: axles, chassis

Engines

Ltd.)

(974 employees)

109 Chengdu

Components: axles, chassis

110 Foshan

FAW)

(787 employees)

112 Changchun
(586 employees)
Engines

Components: axles, chassis

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VOLKSWAGEN Transmission
(Shanghai) Company, Ltd.

117 Changzhou
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

60% Volkswagen (China)

Components: turbochargers,

(founded in 2001;

Investment Company Ltd.,

(501 employees)
compressors

20% FAW-Car Company,

20% SAIC Motor Co., Ltd.)

113 Shanghai (Jiading)


(444 employees)
Gearboxes

118 Shanghai
(Sitech DongChang Automotive
Seating Technology Ltd.)
Components: seating technology

Shanghai Volkswagen
Powertrain Company, Ltd.
(founded in 2005;

60% Volkswagen (China)

Investment Company Ltd.,

40% Shanghai Automotive Group


Company Ltd./SAGCL)

114 Shanghai (Loutang)


(1,575 employees)
Engines

Volkswagen Automatic
Transmission (Dalian) Co.,
Ltd.
(founded in 2010;

wholly owned by Volkswagen

(China) Investment Company Ltd.)

115 Dalian

(2,184 employees)
Gearboxes

116 Tianjin

(577 employees)
Gearboxes

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GROU P P RODU CTION S ITES BY COU NTR I ES

USA 1 (1/0)

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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Germany

China 19 (8/11)
India 5 (4/1)
Asean** 5 (5/0)

T*

(V/C)*

29

(13/16)

Poland

(5/3)

Spain

(2/2)

Czech Republic

(2/2)

Sweden

(1/2)

France

(2/1)

Russia

(3/0)

The Netherlands

(1/1)

Switzerland

(0/2)

Slovak Republic

(1/1)

Denmark

(0/2)

Italy

(2/0)

Austria

(1/0)

Bosnia-Herzegovina

(0/1)

United Kingdom

(1/0)

Belgium

(1/0)

Portugal

(1/0)

Hungary

(1/0)

Turkey

(1/0)

Finland

(1/0)

72

(39/33)

Europe

Group production sites in total: 118 (69/49)

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GROU P P RODU CTION S ITES BY B RAN D S

Europe
16

24

USA
1

Mexico
2
1

Brazil
4
1

Argentina

South Africa

1
2

*Asean: Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan

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Worldwide
44
4
3

China

17

India

Asean*

2
2
2
17

31
6
118

118 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

2014

2013

Europe/Other Markets

3,893,726

3,715,349

+4.8 %

Western Europe

2,912,905

2,734,534

+6.5 %

of which: Germany

1,092,675

1,044,477

+4.6 %

United Kingdom

510,481

454,400

+12.3 %

France

249,311

245,926

+1.4 %

Italy

190,671

176,231

+8.2 %

Spain

203,870

173,893

+17.2 %

Central- and Eastern Europe

606,801

599,231

+1.3 %

of which: Russia

253,176

287,258

11.9 %

Czech Republic

100,967

83,215

+21.3 %

Poland

95,790

75,920

+26.2 %

Other Markets

374,020

381,584

2.0 %

of which: Turkey

128,592

126,853

+1.4 %

South Africa

100,058

103,805

3.6 %

North America

884,454

884,440

+0.0 %

of which: USA

599,734

611,747

2.0 %

Mexico

189,328

185,640

+2.0 %

Canada

95,392

87,053

+9.6 %

South America

690,101

831,465

17.0 %

of which: Brazil

554,828

631,383

12.1 %

95,086

156,443

39.2 %

4,022,640

3,616,163

+11.2 %
+12.3 %

Argentina

Asia-Pacific
of which: China

3,668,433

3,266,235

Japan

104,218

100,535

+3.7 %

India

70,656

92,561

23.7 %

Worldwide

9,490,921

9,047,417

+4.9 %

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

6,118,617

6,021,750

+1.6 %

Audi

1,741,129

1,575,480

+10.5 %

KODA

1,037,226

920,750

+12.7 %

390,505

355,004

+10.0 %

11,020

10,120

+8.9 %

2,530

2,121

+19.3 %

Porsche

189,849

162,145

+17.1 %

Bugatti

45

47

4.3 %

SEAT
Bentley
Lamborghini

Deliveries for 2013 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends.
The figures include the Chinese joint venture companies.
The Saveiro model, which is sold mainly in South America, is reported in the
Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand retrospectively as of January 1, 2013.

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COMMERCIAL VEH ICLE DELIVERI ES


TO C U STOM E R S BY M A R K E T *

Deliveries
(Units)

Change

2014

2013

Europe/Other Markets

498,325

485,772

Western Europe

361,372

349,208

+3.5 %

Central- and Eastern Europe

64,052

69,039

7.2 %

Other Markets

72,901

67,525

+8.0 %

North America

8,331

6,121

+36.1 %

South America

34.9 %

+2.6 %

104,728

160,834

of which: Brazil

74,977

123,816

39.4 %

Asia-Pacific

35,082

30,443

+15.2 %

of which: China

6,887

4,868

+41.5 %

Worldwide

646,466

683,170

5.4 %

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

446,596

462,373

3.4 %

79,782

80,464

0.8 %

120,088

140,333

14.4 %

Scania
MAN

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

2014

2013

9,490,921

9,047,417

+4.9 %

646,466

683,170

5.4 %

10,137,387

9,730,587

+4.2 %

* Deliveries for 2013 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends.
The Saveiro model, which is sold mainly in South America, is reported in the
Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand retrospectively as of January 1, 2013.

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ENVIRONMENT AND TRANSPORT SUSTAINABLE VALUE ENHANCEMENT

Energy Consumption*
in kilowatt hours per vehicle
2014

2,054

2013

2,204

2010

2,519

CO2-Emissions*
in kilograms per vehicle
2014

842

2013

885

2010

1,096

VOC-Emissions (Volatile Organic Compounds)*


in kilograms per vehicle
2014

3.05

2013

3.57

2010

4.13

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Disposable Waste*
in kilograms per vehicle
2014

18.3

2013

20.1

2010

23.3

Fresh Water Consumption*


in cubic meters per vehicle
2014

4.23

2013

4.38

2010

4.54

* Production of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.


Prior-year figures adjusted.

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DEVELOPMENTS I N WORKFORCE

VO L K SWA G E N G R O U P
Development of workforce worldwide
600

thousands

592.6
572.8
549.8

550
502.0

500

450

400

399.4
368.5

350
300

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

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

320

300.3

300

277.1

280
260

249.5

240
220
200

312.4

218.1
195.9

180 172.6

321.5

271.0

260.4

224.8

181.3

160
140
120
100

2009
Germany
abroad

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

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
2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

Europe

438,631

424,964

410,427

378,030

290,159

America

59,790

61,796

63,193

58,072

54,571

6,330

6,356

6,461

6,602

6,546

86,752

78,672

68,704

58,540

47,607

1,083

1,012

978

712

498

592,586

572,800

549,763

501,956

399,381

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

125,694

133,687

185,224

213,445

226,037

237,795

232,960

255,149

301,711

319,604

329,060

336,332

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

100,000
0

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
95,164

94,787

97,691

101,794

107,559

4,000
3,500
3,000

3,590

3,328

3,159

2,977

112,561
3,930

2,780

2,500
2,000
1,500

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

3.5%

3.3%

3.3%

3.1%

2.9%

500

3.2%

1,000

2014

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
95,164

97,691

94,787

101,794

107,559

112,561

20,000

15,000

18,267

13,397

13,747

14,493

15,635

17,033

10,000

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

16.2%

15.8%

15.4%

14.8%

14.5%

14.1%

5,000

2014

total (incl. apprentices)


women

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VO L K SWA G E N A G
Overall age structure

43.0
42.5

42.3
years

42.9
years

42.8
years

2013

2014

42.6
years

42.0

41.0

40.0

2011

2012

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VO L K SWA G E N A G
Absenteeism
%
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

2005

3.8

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EMPLOYEES I N TEC H N ICAL DEVELOPMENT

VW R
GmbH
111

Bentley
769

Volkswagen
Osnabrck
465

Sitech
144

Porsche
3,840

Bugatti
154

MAN
4,539
SEAT
886

Volkswagen
of America

Scania
3,671

Research Group
747
Volkswagen
Passenger Cars
9,780
Volkswagen
Commercial
Vehicles
1,004
koda
1,653

Audi2
10,152
Lamborghini
283

Ducati
208

Italdesign
772

NAR 3
987

Volkswagen
de Mxico

Volkswagen do Brasil
936

Volkswagen
Argentina 1
101

1) incl. Robust Pick-up/


Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
2) incl. subsidiaries

3) North America Region

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Volkswagen
Group RUS
39
FAW-Volkswagen
Volkswagen
1,274
VTT Japan
Group China
43
102
Volkswagen
Pune
47

Shanghai Volkswagen
2,771

Volkswagen of
South Africa
106

Total: 45,742

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GENERAL PROCUREMENT INFORMATION www.volkswagenag.com/ir

Procurement Volumes (Volkswagen Group)


145.5 billion

135.0 billion

2013

2014

Procurement Volumes by Brand and Company*


billion
Volkswagen AG

27.2

18.7 %

AUDI

18.1

12.4 %

FAW Volkswagen
Volkswagen Shanghai
MAN

KODA AUTO
Scania

AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR


Porsche

Volkswagen de Mxico
Volkswagen Slovakia
SEAT

Volkswagen do Brasil
Volkswagen Sachsen

VW Group of America

Volkswagen Autoeuropa

OOO Volkswagen Group RUS


Volkswagen Argentina

Volkswagen Motor Polska


AUDI BRUSSELS
Bentley

Volkswagen of South Africa


Volkswagen India
Ducati

Lamborghini

KODA AUTO India


Total

* All figures shown are rounded, so minor discrepancies


may arise from addition of these amounts.

21.1
17.3
7.8
7.1
6.5
5.8
5.0
4.6
4.5
4.4
3.5
2.8
1.6
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.5

0.4
<0.1

145.5

14.5 %
11.9 %
5.4 %
4.9 %
4.5 %
4.0 %
3.4 %
3.2 %
3.1 %
3.0 %
2.4 %
1.9 %
1.1 %
0.8 %
0.8 %
0.7 %
0.7 %
0.6 %
0.6 %
0.4 %
0.3 %
0.3 %

0.3 %
<0.1 %

100 %

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45

VOLKSWAGEN

Headquarters: Wolfsburg, Germany


Share of capital held: 100 %

Board of Management, Volkswagen Passenger Cars:
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Winterkorn

Chairman

Dr. rer. pol. Arno Antlitz


Controlling and Accounting

Dr. rer. pol. h.c. Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz


Procurement

Christian Klingler

Sales and Marketing

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Horst Neumann


Human Resources and Organization

Dr.-Ing. Heinz-Jakob Neuer


Technical Development

Thomas Schmall

Component

Thomas Ulbrich

Production, Logistics


Address:
Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
38436 Wolfsburg
Germany

Internet: www.volkswagen.com

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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

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Hackenberg


Technical Development

Dr. rer. pol. Bernd Martens


Procurement

Luca de Meo

Sales and Marketing

Prof. h.c. Thomas Sigi


Human Resources

Axel Strotbek

Finance and Organization

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hubert Waltl


Production

Address:
AUDI AG
85045 Ingolstadt
Germany

Internet: www.audi.com

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SEAT, S.A.

Headquarters: Martorell, Spain


Share of capital held: 100 %

Board of Management, SEAT:
Jrgen Stackmann

Chairman

Holger Kintscher

Finance and Organization

Dr. rer. pol. Andreas Offermann


Sales and Marketing

Ramn Paredes Snchez-Collado


Governmental and Institutional Affairs

SEAT and Volkswagen Group in Spain

Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rabe


Technical Development

Josef Schelchshorn

Human Resources

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Tostmann


Production

Klaus Ziegler

Purchasing

Address:
SEAT, S.A.
Autova A-2, Km. 585
08760 Martorell
Spain
Internet: www.seat.com

March 1, 2015

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KODA AUTO a.s.

Headquarters: Mlad Boleslav, Czech Republic


Share of capital held: 100 %

Board of Management, koda:
Prof. Dr. h.c. Winfried Vahland

Chairman

Werner Eichhorn

Sales and Marketing

Winfried Krause

Commercial Affairs

Michael Oeljeklaus

Production and Logistics

Dieter Seemann

Purchasing

Dr.-Ing. Frank Welsch


Technical Development

Bohdan Wojnar

Human Resources

Address:
KODA AUTO a.s.
Vclava Klementa 869
293 60 Mlad Boleslav
Czech Republic

Internet: www.skoda-auto.com

March 1, 2015

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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 Drheimer

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Rolf Frech

Engineering

Dr. rer. pol. Jrg Mull


Finance, IT and Business Development

Marlies Rogait

Human Resources

Kevin Rose

Sales and Marketing

Michael Straughan

Manufacturing

Address:
Bentley Motors Limited

Pyms Lane
Crewe
Cheshire, CW1 3PL
United Kingdom

Internet: www.bentleymotors.com

March 1, 2015

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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 Drheimer

President

Dr. rer. pol. Stefan Brungs, Dr. rer. pol. Jrg Mull,
Christophe Piochon

Board of Management

BUGATTI INTERNATIONAL SOCIT ANONYME


(Headquarters Luxembourg)
Wolfgang Drheimer

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

BUGATTI ENGINEERING GMBH (Headquarters Wolfsburg)


Wolfgang Drheimer, Chief Executive Officer (Spokesman)
Dr. rer. pol. Jrg Mull, Chief Executive Officer
Willi Netuschil, Chief Executive Officer




Addresses:
BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES S.A.S.
1 Chteau Saint Jean, Dorlisheim
67120 Molsheim
France

BUGATTI ENGINEERING GMBH


Gustav-Hertz-Strae 2
38448 Wolfsburg
Germany

BUGATTI INTERNATIONAL
SOCIT ANONYME
412 F route d'Esch
1030 Luxembourg
Luxembourg

Internet: www.bugatti.com
March 1, 2015

O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S

51

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Headquarters: Sant Agata Bolognese, Italy


Share of capital held: 100 %

Directors Committee Lamborghini:
Stephan Winkelmann

President, Sales

Matthias Kellner

Procurement

Ranieri Niccoli

Production

Maurizio Reggiani

Technical Development

Rainer Seidl

Finance

Umberto Tossini

Human Resources, Organization

Address:
Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
via Modena, 12
40019 Sant Agata Bolognese
Italy

Internet: www.lamborghini.com

March 1, 2015

52

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Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Headquarters: Stuttgart, Germany


Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management Porsche:
Matthias Mller

Chairman of the Executive Board

Dr. Oliver Blume

Thomas Edig

Production and Logistics

Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board,

Human Resources

Wolfgang Hatz

Bernhard Maier

Lutz Meschke

Uwe-Karsten Stdter

Research and Development


Sales and Marketing
Finance and IT
Procurement

Address:
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Porscheplatz 1
70435 Stuttgart
Germany
Internet: www.porsche.com

March 1, 2015

O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S

53

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

Arne Heinrichs

Procurement

Paolo Poma

Finance and Systems

Diego Sgorbati

Motorcycle Related Products

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

March 1, 2015

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Volkswagen 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

Dr. rer. pol. Elke Eller


Human Resources

Jrn Hasenfu

Procurement

Dr.-Ing. Joachim Rothenpieler


Development

Bram Schot

Sales and Marketing

Klaus-Dieter Schrmann

Finance and IT

Address:
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
PO Box 21 05 80
30405 Hanover
Germany
Internet: www.vwn.de

March 1, 2015

O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L C H A R T S

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Scania AB

Headquarters: Sdertlje, Sweden


Share of capital held: 99.57 %

Executive Board, Scania:
Martin Lundstedt

President and Chief Executive Officer

Kent Conradson

Human Resources

Andrea Fuder

Purchasing

Per Hallberg

Production and Logistics

Henrik Henriksson

Sales and Marketing

Christian Levin

Commercial Operations

Dr.-Ing. Harald Ludanek


Research and Development

Jan Ytterberg

Chief Financial Officer,

Finance and Business Control


Address:
Scania
SE-151 87 Sdertlje
Sweden

Internet: www.scania.com

March 1, 2015

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MAN SE

Headquarters: Munich, Germany


Share of capital held: 74.0 %

Executive Board, MAN SE:
Dr.-Ing. Georg Pachta-Reyhofen

Chief Executive Officer

Ulf Berkenhagen

Chief Procurement Officer

Jochen Schumm

Chief Human Resources Officer

Address:
MAN SE
Ungererstrae 69
80805 Mnchen
Germany

Internet: www.man.eu/corporate

March 1, 2015

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Headquarters: Brunswick, Germany


Share of capital held: 100 %
Board of Management, Volkswagen Financial Services AG:
Frank Witter

Chairman,

Company Steering,

Region China/India/ASEAN,

Insurance

Dr. Mario Daberkow


IT and Processes

Frank Fiedler

Finance

Christiane Hesse

Human Resources and Organization

Dr. rer. pol. Michael Reinhart


Risk Management,

Credit Analysis

Lars-Henner Santelmann

Sales and Marketing,

Regions Germany/Europe/International/Latin America

Address:
Volkswagen Financial Services AG
Gifhorner Strae 57
38112 Brunswick
Germany
Internet: www.vwfs.com
March 1, 2015

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H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

Ferdinand Porsches blue-print


turned the dream of automotive
mobility for the masses into a
peoples 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 SKODA 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 automo
tive success of the Volkswagen
Group.
Founded on strong brands, the
Volkswagen Group continues
its successful automotive tradi
tion with fascinating products.
Bolstered by another rise in unit
sales to more than 10 million
vehicles, the Volkswagen Group
remains on course to become
the worlds leading automaker
by 2018 economically and
ecologically.

w w w.v o l k s w a g e n a g . c o m

1937 1945
May 28, 1937
Gesellschaft zur Vorbereitung
des Deutschen Volkswagens
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 out
put 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 pro
duction of military equipment
and liberate the forced
labourers.

59

60

H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

1945 1949

1945
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH

1,785

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGENWERK GMBH
Factory workers

5,459

Office workers
Total

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 Govern
ment for administration in
trusteeship.
December 1945
Series production of the
Volkswagen 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 companys 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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1950 1954
March 8, 1950
Series production of the Volks
wagen 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
So 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 production.
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 organization
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

62

H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

1955 1959

1955
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

28,606

Office workers

2,964

Total

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 Coup 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-Stcken 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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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 Auto
mobile 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 Mxico-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 companys
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

64

H I STO R I CA L N OTE 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
Investments

9,268
702

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.

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1970 1974
July 1970
The K 70 rolls off the assembly
line at Volkswagens 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 generation,
goes into production. It features
front-wheel drive, a watercooled 4-cylinder engine and a
unitary construction 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.

Investments

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Profit

15,791
1,536
407

66

H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

1975 1979

1975
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

1,948,939

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany

625,555

Abroad

1,412,302

Total

2,037,857

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Group companies
Total

59,157

176,824

Financial Data (million DM)


VOLKSWAGEN KONZERN
Sales
Investments
Loss

March 1975
Series production of the Polo
begins in Wolfsburg. The auto
mobile is positioned on the small
car market as a less expensive
version of the nearly identical
Audi 50.
October 27, 1976
The one millionth Golf rolls off
the assembly line.

Workforce (yearly average)


Employees in foreign

February 10, 1975


Toni Schmcker becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management.

18,857
941
-157

January 1977
The Derby, a notchback version
of the Polo, goes into production.
November 1977
Contract with the German
Democratic Republic providing
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 Osnabrck
begins production of the
Golf Convertible.

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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
presents 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 Espaola de
Automviles 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
Investments
Profit

33,288
4,279
321

68

H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

1985 1989

1985
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

2,398,196

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany

721,812

Abroad

1,676,192

Total

2,398,004

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Group companies
Total

88,703

259,047

Financial Data (million DM)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

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.

Workforce (yearly average)


Employees in foreign

January 1, 1985
Audi NSU Auto Union AG
is renamed AUDI AG. The
registered office moves from
Neckarsulm to Ingolstadt.

52,502
3,388
596

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 coup 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
SKODA automobilov 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 Automveis Lda.
is established in Setbal,
Portugal, for the production of
a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV).
January 1, 1993
Ferdinand Pich becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management.
February 18, 1993
AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft.
registered in Gyr 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

Investments

5,372

Profit

1,086

70

H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

1995 1999

1995
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

3,408,422

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany

937,323

Abroad

2,504,623

Total

3,441,946

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Group companies

117,147

Total

259,342

Financial Data (million DM)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

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 Mxico starts
production of the New Beetle.

Workforce (yearly average)


Employees in foreign

July 4, 1995
The Commercial Vehicles
brand is introduced.

88,119
6,863
336

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 automobile
history with the start of the Lupo
3L TDI, the worlds first standard
production 3-liter vehicle.
December 23, 1999
The assembly company
SKODA 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 Glserne 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 high-quality
workmanship already tops
the one million mark.
August 2003
Production of the fifth
generation Golf begins.

2000
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
5,156

(thousands)

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

Investments

14,563

Profit

2,614

72

H I STO R I CA L N OTE S

2005

2005
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
5,219

(thousands)

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

Investments

10,365

Profit

1,050

March 11, 2005


The sixth generation Passat
limousine is launched, the
successful Passat Estate model
follows on August 19.
May 24, 2005
The one hundred millionth
Volkswagen, a Touran, leaves
the assembly line at the Wolfs
burg plant.
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 automotive visionary
Ettore Bugatti into contempo
rary automotive performance.
September 21, 2005
Production of Volkswagen
Commercial Vehicles new
Constellation truck family
begins in Resende, Brazil. The
seven- to forty-tonne trucks hold
a 33 percent share of the market
in Brazil.

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2006
March 3, 2006
Series production of the
Roomster, much acclaimed for
its clever space concept, starts at
the SKODA plant in Kvasiny.
March 10, 2006
Market launch of the Audi Q7
luxury SUV; 52,750 vehicles had
already been sold by the end of
the year.

2006
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
5,660

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,093

Abroad (thousands)

4,627

May 19, 2006


The Volkswagen Eos, the new
convertible-coup, is launched
on the German market.

Total (thousands)

5,720

October 3, 2006
Volkswagen acquires an initial
15.06 percent stake in MAN
Aktiengesellschaft.

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

November 1, 2006
The collective bargaining agree
ment 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, produc
tion volumes are agreed for the
six traditional plants in order to
improve capacity utilization and
safeguard jobs.
December 1, 2006
Volkswagen Financial Services
takes over the processing of
motor vehicle third-party
liability claims with a view to
improving repair quality by inte
grating the Groups authorized
workshops and safeguarding
customer-friendly c laims pro
cessing.

Workforce (yearly average)


Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

155

Total (thousands)

329

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

104,875
11,911
1,955

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2007

2007

6,213

January 1, 2007
Dr. Martin Winterkorn becomes
Chairman of the Board of
Management of Volkswagen AG.

1,030

March 23, 2007


The 25 millionth Golf, a Golf
Sportline 1.4 TSI, leaves the
assembly line at the Wolfsburg
plant.

Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)
Abroad (thousands)

5,162

Total (thousands)

6,192

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

154

Total (thousands)

329

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

108,897
13,497
4,122

July 9, 2007
The Autostadt in Wolfsburg
delivers its one millionth
vehicle.
August 2007
Series production of the Tiguan
compact SUV characterized
by versatility, high-quality
craftsmanship and technical
innovations such as the electromechanical steering system
begins in Wolfsburg.
October 5 - 7, 2007
International VW Bus Meeting
in Hanover to celebrate
60 Years of the Bulli.
November 9, 2007
The 15 millionth Passat to be
built worldwide leaves the
assembly line at the Emden
plant.
December 5, 2007
Volkswagen unveils the New
Small Family, presenting three
versions of the up! concept car
at the Bologna Motor Show.

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2008
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.
April 18, 2008
Shanghai Volkswagen opens
its fourth production plant with
an annual capacity of 60,000
vehicles in Nanjing.

2008
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
6,347

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,013

Abroad (thousands)

5,259

Total (thousands)

6,272

August 16, 2008


Bugatti presents the Veyron
16.4 Grand Sport, a super sports
roadster.

Workforce (yearly average)

companies (thousands)

179

September 2008
Volkswagen presents the sixth
generation of the Golf.

Total (thousands)

370

October 30, 2008


By setting up a subsidiary
in China, Lamborghini
strengthens its commitment
to developing strategic growth
markets.
December 15, 2008
Volkswagen sells its heavy
truck business in Brazil to
MAN Aktiengesellschaft.
December 16, 2008
KODA opens a new Technology
Center in Mlad Boleslav, thus
expanding its competence in
passenger car development.

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

113,808
19,710
4,688

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2009

2009
Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
6,055

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,288

Abroad (thousands)

5,022

Total (thousands)

6,310

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

194

Total (thousands)

367

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

105,187
10,428
911

January 18, 2009


Volkswagen writes motorsport
history with the Race Touareg:
a double victory for the brand
and the first win by a diesel in
the automobile category at the
Dakar Rally across Argentina
and Chile.
March 31, 2009
The new plant with an annual
production capacity of up to
110,000 vehicles opens in the
Indian city of Pune.
May 11, 2009
Press presentation of the new
Polo: the new model is in a class
of its own when it comes to
quality, workmanship, safety
and efficiency. So it is hardly
surprising that the vehicle wins
many awards, including Car of
the Year 2010.
May 23, 2009
VfL Wolfsburg soccer club
becomes German champion for
the very first time: the success of
this particular brand ambassa
dor delights fans both far and
near.

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September 15, 2009


Volkswagen presents its
automotive update on the
future with the near-production
prototype of the sensational
1-liter car, the L1, at the
Frankfurt Motor Show.
October 20, 2009
At an inauguration ceremony
attended by Russias Prime
Minister Putin, the production
plant in Kaluga, Russia, designed
for an annual capacity of up to
150,000 units which began
vehicle assembly in November
2007 starts full production with
its own body shop, paint shop
and assembly lines.
October 29, 2009
The Group Board of Manage
ment, the International Metal
workers Federation and
Volkswagen employee represen
tatives agree binding minimum
standards regarding in-house
participation rights for demo
cratically elected labour repre
sentatives in the Charter on
Labour Relations.
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

Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
7,358

(thousands)

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

Investments

9,278

Profit

7,226

February 27, 2010


Start of the Think Blue. image
and marketing campaign, which
is an expression of responsible
corporate behavior to achieve
efficient and sustainable
mobility for everyone.
March 2, 2010
Volkswagen enters the pickup
segment with the debut of the
European version of the Amarok
at the Geneva Motor Show. The
American version unveiled in
Argentina a month earlier aims
to score in the classic pickup
regions with emission levels that
are lower than those of other
pickups.
April 14, 2010
The issue of 65 million preferred
bearer shares increases the
share capital of Volkswagen AG
by a nominal 166.2 million.
The worlds largest capital
increase in the automotive
sector raised by a public offering
generates net proceeds of
approximately 4.1 billion.

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May 3, 2010
The Golf blue-e-motion concept
car, an all-electric version of the
most successful Volkswagen
model, is presented as part of
the National Platform for
Electric Mobility initiated by
German Chancellor Angela
Merkel.
May 11, 2010
Production of the 7-speed dual
clutch transmission (DSG)
begins at Volkswagen Auto
matic Transmission Co. in
Dalian, China. In the first phase,
the plant will produce 300,000
units per year and the capacity
will be doubled in the medium
term.
July 20, 2010
The new, generously redimensioned Jetta debuts at the international driving presentation in
San Francisco as a sporty, avantgarde and yet fuel-efficient
sedan.

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August 9, 2010
The Volkswagen Group
acquires a 90.1 percent stake
in Italdesign Giugiaro S.p.A,
Turin, Italy, having already
made an announcement on May
25, 2010, that the famous design
company is to be integrated in
the Group. Italdesigns development center, whose order
books are well filled, takes on
numerous tasks in connection
with the Volkswagen Groups
ongoing model initiative.
September 30, 2010
The seventh generation of the
Passat makes its world premiere
in Paris. The sedan and the
station wagon highlight the
quality and precision of the
Volkswagen model series with
their pure lines, clearly
structured surfaces and dynamic
proportions coupled with topclass features.
December 21, 2010
As part of its 2018 growth
strategy, Volkswagen signs an
agreement with DRB Hicom in
Kuala Lumpur concerning local
vehicle assembly with a view to
developing the Malaysian auto
motive market.

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2011

2011

Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
8,494

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,211

Abroad (thousands)

7,150

Total (thousands)

8,361

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

258

Total (thousands)

454

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales

159,337

Investments

16,002

Profit

15,799

January 2, 2011
The Supervisory Board of
Volkswagen AG extends the con
tract of Board of Management
Chairman Prof. Dr. Martin Win
terkorn by a further five years
until the end of 2016.
January 28, 2011
The foundation stone for a new
engine plant in Silao, Mexico,
is laid. Designed for an annual
capacity of 330,000 engines, the
plant will support the growth
strategy in Mexico and the USA.
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 excess of 12
billion. The company employs
some 20,900 people.
March 17, 2011
Volkswagen Osnabrck starts
production of the new Golf
Cabriolet which made its public
debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
The four-seater has a stylish soft
top roof and its electro-hydraulic
drive mechanism is a standard
feature. The car embodies the
highest levels of quality and safe
ty. Thanks to BlueMotion Tech
nology, fuel consumption of the
Golf Cabriolet 1.6 TDI is just

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plant with a total annual capacity
of 100,000 vehicles is also
gearing up to manufacture the
Porsche Boxster and Cayman
models.
April 18, 2011
The 21st Century Beetle the
third generation of the Volks
wagen icon debuts in New
York, Berlin and Shanghai. Even
closer to the original, the car is
bolder, more dynamic, more
masculine.
May 24, 2011
After a construction period
of roughly two years, the new
Volkswagen plant in Chatta
nooga/Tennessee, USA, with a
design production capacity of
150,000 vehicles per year is in
augurated. The plant builds the
US Passat specially developed for
the North American market and
available at an entry-level price
of under US$20,000. Both the
plant and the midsize sedan play
a key role in the plans to boost
sales in the USA.

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June 28, 2011


The Chinese government
approves the construction of two
automobile plants, each with
an annual capacity of 300,000
vehicles, to be built by Volkswagen
and its joint venture partners
one at Yizheng, eastern China,
with Shanghai Volkswagen,
and the other at Foshan,
southern China, with FAW-
Volkswagen.
September 15, 2011
up! fever comes to the IAA.
Volkswagens four-seater,
3.54 m long city specialist comes
with ESP as standard equipment
and an optional City Emergency
Braking function. The car can
be equipped with a choice of
engines two gasoline and one
natural gas. Thanks to Blue
Motion Technology it only
consumes 4.2 l/100 km. In
Germany, the up! immediately
garnered first place in its class in
registration statistics.
November 9, 2011
Volkswagen AG announces it
holds 55.90 percent of the voting
rights and 57.33 percent of the
share c apital 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 Volkswagen
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2012

2012

Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
9,255

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,207

Abroad (thousands)

8,137

Total (thousands)

9,345

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

296

Total (thousands)

533

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales

192,676

Investments

16,840

Profit

21,884

March 2012
Production of the Audi A3 marks
the beginning of the modular
transverse toolkit (MQB) era in
the Volkswagen Group.
April 23, 2012
The New Lavida, Shanghai
Volkswagens A segment sedan,
debuts at Auto China.
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 commercial
vehicles group. Alongside Scania
and Volkswagen Commercial
Vehicles, MAN becomes an
independent Group brand
forming part of the Volkswagen
Groups 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.
July 26, 2012
After a construction period of
two years, Shanghai Volkswagen
opens its new plant in Yizheng,
Eastern China, designed for an
annual production capacity of
300,000vehicles and with a
workforce of 3,700.

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August 1, 2012
Porsche SE contributes its in
direct 50.1 percent holding in
Porsche AG to Volkswagen
AG, creating the integrated
automotive group between
Volkswagen and Porsche.
Volkswagen thus holds 100 per
cent of the shares of PorscheAG,
which retains its own identity as
a Group brand, via an inter
mediate holding company.
September 1, 2012
Under its Strategy 2018,
Volkswagen makes an extensive
structural and management
realignment. In view of the eco
nomic significance of the sales
market in China, a new Board of
Management function for
China is set up, headed by
Prof. Dr. Jochem Heizmann,
former Group Board of Manage
ment Member with responsibili
ty for Commercial Vehicles.
Leif stling, CEO of Scania until
August 31, 2012, joins the Group
Board of Management and
assumes responsibility for the
further structuring of the ex
tended commercial vehicles
business, paving the way for
the MAN, Scania and Volkswagen
Commercial Vehicles brands to
leverage synergies and jointly
harness growth potential.

September 4, 2012
The seventh generation Golf
celebrates its world premiere
in Berlin. The car is launched
on the German market on
November 7.
October 30, 2012
The new Santana produced by
Shanghai Volkswagen makes
its world debut in Wolfsburg,
where the first generation of the
vehicle was launched 31 years
ago, before the model continued
on its success trajectory in China
post-1982, selling almost four
million units.
November 28, 2012
With the Jetta Hybrid which
made its debut in Los Angeles,
Volkswagen is putting one of the
worlds most efficient vehicles
on the road. The saloon drives in
pure electric mode at the push of
a button.
November 30, 2012
The Group Board of Manage
ment and employee representatives 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.

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2013

2013

Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
9,728

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,187

Abroad (thousands)

8,541

Total (thousands)

9,728

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

308

Total (thousands)

563

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales
Investments
Profit

197,007
14,936
9,145

January 16, 2013


The engine plant in Silao,
central Mexico, starts operating.
This is the Groups 100th factory,
and supplies Volkswagens North
American vehicle plants in
Puebla and Chattanooga with
modern and fuel-efficient EA888
TSI engines.
June 6, 2013
The Golf GTD built in Wolfsburg
puts on an impressive per
formance at its press presenta
tion: The newcomer moves fast,
with a top speed of 230km/h,
but at the same time it is ex
tremely economical, with a
combined fuel consumption
of a mere 4.2 l/100 km.
June 21, 2013
Volkswagen and the Philippine
company Ayala Automobile
Central Enterprise, Inc. sign
an importeur agreement for the
Volkswagen Passenger Cars
brand. Volkswagen and the Ayala
Group will cooperate to roll out
several models at dealerships
and extend the service network
with a view to expanding com
mitment in the ASEAN region.

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August 16, 2013


The new FAW Engine (Dalian)
Co., Ltd. plant is commissioned
in Changchun. Initially, the
1.8-liter and 2.0-liter EA888
engines, the first engines built in
China to meet the Euro 6 emis
sions standard, will be manu
factured at the 94,000 m2 plant.
From mid-2014, the plant will
have an annual production
capacity of 450,000 engines
which will be installed in
Volkswagen Passenger Cars
and Audi models.

taking zero-emission drivetrains


to large-volume production and
offers all relevant drives for its
models.

August 29, 2013


The inauguration of the Urumqi
vehicle plant in the Xinjiang
region in Western China under
scores the growth trajectory on
the Chinese market. The factory
begins production with the SKD
(semi-knocked down) assembly
of the Volkswagen Santana.
Once the plants own paint shop
and body shop begin operating
in 2014, the factory will produce
up to 50,000 vehicles per year.

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 per
cent for adopting resolutions
submitted to the General
Meeting of Volkswagen AG.

September 9, 2013
The e-Golf and e-up! electrify
visitors at the International
Motor Show (IAA). All-electric
mobility is now combined with
the high quality and functionali
ty typical of the Golf. The Volks
wagen e-up! is the world cham
pion in efficiency among allelectric cars. Volkswagen is thus

September 25, 2013


The new Golf begins leaving
the assembly line in Foshan,
Southern China. The FAW-
Volkswagen factory ranks as
one of the most environmentallyfriendly car manufacturing
plants in China; almost 100% of
the plants wastewater is reused
and solar panels generate some
of the electricity.

October 24, 2013


Production of the KODA Superb
gets underway at the plant in
Ningbo, South Eastern China.
The Shanghai Volkswagen
plant has an annual production
capacity of 300,000 Volkswagen
Passenger Cars and KODA
models and production will
soon be based on the Modular
Transverse Toolkit.

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2014

2014

Vehicle Production
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
10,213

(thousands)

Vehicle Sales
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Germany (thousands)

1,247

Abroad (thousands)

8,970

Total (thousands)

10,217

Workforce (yearly average)


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Employees in foreign Group
companies (thousands)

318

Total (thousands)

583

Financial Data (million )


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
Sales

202,458

Investments

16,452

Profit

11,068

June 19, 2014


A new competence center
bundling the Groups electrical
and electronic development
activities in the key areas of
electro-mobility and vehicle
connectivity opens on the
E-Campus. The futuristic eightstory building symbolizes the
quest to develop deeper ex
pertise in digital networking,
infotainment and driver-
assistance systems of the future.
July 3, 2014
The new Passat celebrates
its world premiere at the
Volkswagen Design Center in
Potsdam. Its proportions are
significantly more dynamic,
with a lower body, longer wheel
base and larger wheels.
July 7, 2014
The Volkswagen Group and its
Chinese joint venture partner
First Automobile Works agree
to expand production capacity.
Two billion euros is to be in
vested in two new vehicle plants
to be built on the East coast of
China in the cities of Qingdao in
Shandong Province and Tianjin.
July 14, 2014
The Board of Directors of
Volkswagen Group America
announces its decision to build
Volkswagens new midsize SUV
in Chattanooga. Production of
the new vehicle which targets
the growing SUV market will
start at the end of 2016.

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July 14, 2014


Due to high demand the Porsche
Cayenne will also be assembled
at Volkswagens Osnabrck
plant from summer 2015.
20,000 models will be built
there each year following a
25 million euro investment.
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 long-term basis.
At the same time, an agreement
is concluded with SAIC Motor
Corporation to build a new
proving ground in the vicinity
of the Urumqi plant opened in
2013 to test models from the
Shanghai Volkswagen joint
venture.
November 4, 2014
Production of the DQ380 dualclutch gearbox begins at the
Tianjin components plant.
Initially, the plant in North
China will have an annual
production capacity of 450,000
units, which will be increased
to 1.2 million units by 2016.
November 13, 2014
The foundation stone for the
plant in Wrzesnia, Poland, to
be opened by Volkswagen
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is laid. The new plant, which


will have an annual production
capacity of 100,000 vehicles,
has a modern 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 plug-in
hybrid model to its product
offering with the launch of the
Golf GTE, powered by a 110 kW/
150 PS turbocharged petrol
direct-injection engine (1.4 TSI)
and an electric motor with a
power output of 75 kW/102 PS.
The Golf GTE has a total range
of 940 km and an all-electric
driving range of 50 km.

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up!

eco up!

e-up!

cross up!

Fox (South America)

SpaceFox (South America)

CrossFox (South America)


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Space Cross (South America)

Polo

Polo BlueMotion

Polo BlueGT

Polo GTI

Cross Polo

Polo G (India)

Polo Sedan (Russia)


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Polo Vivo (South Africa)

Polo Vivo Sedan (South Africa)

Gol (South America)

Gol 16 V (South America)

Voyage (South America)

Golf

Golf TDI BlueMotion

Golf TGI BlueMotion


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Golf GTI

Golf GTD

Golf R

e-Golf

Golf GTE

Golf Cabriolet

Golf GTI Cabriolet

Golf R Cabriolet
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Golf Estate TDI BlueMotion

Golf Sportsvan

Golf Sportsvan TDI BlueMotion

Jetta

Jetta Hybrid (North America)

Jetta SportWagen (North America)

New Jetta (China)


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New Bora (China)

The Beetle

The Beetle Cabriolet

Eos

Scirocco

Scirocco R

Passat

Passat (North America)


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Passat Estate

CC

CC BlueTDI

New Lavida (China)

Gran Lavida (China)

New Magotan (China)

Santana (China)

Lamando (China)
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Touran

CrossTouran

Touran TGI BlueMotion

Sharan

Phaeton

Phaeton (LWB)

Tiguan

Tiguan (LWB-China)
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Touareg

Touareg Hybrid

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A U D I ( www.audi.com)

A1

A1 Sportback

S1

S1 Sportback

A3

A3 Sedan

A3 Sportback

A3 Sportback g-tron
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A3 Sportback e-tron

A3 Cabriolet

S3

S3 Sedan

S3 Sportback

S3 Cabriolet

A4 Sedan

A4 Avant
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A U D I ( www.audi.com)

A4 allroad quattro

A4 L (China)

S4 Sedan

S4 Avant

RS 4 Avant

A5 Coup

A5 Sportback

A5 Cabriolet
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S5 Coup

S5 Sportback

S5 Cabriolet

RS 5 Coup

RS 5 Cabriolet

A6 Sedan

A6 Avant

A6 allroad quattro
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A6 L (China)

S6 Sedan

S6 Avant

RS 6 Avant

A7 Sportback

S7 Sportback

RS 7 Sportback

A8
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A U D I ( www.audi.com)

A8 L

A8 L W12

A8 hybrid

A8 L hybrid

S8

Q3

RS Q3

Q5
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A U D I ( www.audi.com)

SQ5

Q5 hybrid quattro

Q7

TT Coup

R8 Coup

R8 Spyder

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S E AT ( www.seat.com)

Mii

Mii ECOMOTIVE

Mii ECOFUEL

Ibiza

Ibiza ECOMOTIVE

Ibiza SC

Ibiza SC ECOMOTIVE

Ibiza SC CUPRA
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)

Ibiza ST

Ibiza ST ECOMOTIVE

Len

Len ECOMOTIVE

Len TGI

Len CUPRA

Len SC

Len SC ECOMOTIVE
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)

Len SC CUPRA

Len ST

Len ST ECOMOTIVE

Len ST TGI

Len X-PERIENCE

Toledo

Toledo ECOMOTIVE

Altea
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S E AT ( www.seat.com)

Altea ECOMOTIVE

Altea XL

Altea XL ECOMOTIVE

Alhambra

Alhambra ECOMOTIVE

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K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)

Citigo

Citigo G-TEC

Citigo Monte Carlo

Fabia

Fabia Combi

Rapid (EU)

Rapid (India)

Rapid (China)
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K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)

Rapid GreenLine

Rapid Spaceback

Rapid Spaceback GreenLine

Rapid Spaceback Monte Carlo

Octavia

Octavia RS

Octavia GreenLine

Octavia G-TEC
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K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)

Octavia Combi

Octavia Combi RS

Octavia Combi GreenLine

Octavia Combi G-TEC

Octavia Scout

Superb

Superb GreenLine

Superb Combi
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K O D A ( www.skoda-auto.com)

Superb Combi GreenLine

Roomster

Roomster Scout

Roomster GreenLine

Praktik

Yeti

Yeti Outdoor

Yeti GreenLine
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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 Continental GT3-R

Bentley Flying Spur V8

Bentley Flying Spur W12

Bentley Mulsanne

Bentley Mulsanne Speed

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B U G AT T I ( www.bugatti.com)

Bugatti Veyron 16.4


Grand Sport Vitesse

L A M B O R G H I N I ( www.lamborghini.com)

Huracn LP 610-4 Coup

Aventador LP 700-4 Coup

Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster


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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)

Boxster

Boxster GTS

Cayman

Cayman GTS

911 Carrera

911 Carrera Cabriolet

911 Carrera 4

911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet


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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)

911 Carrera GTS

911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet

911 Carrera 4 GTS

911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet

911 Turbo

911 Turbo Cabriolet

911 GT3

911 Targa 4
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)

Macan

Macan Turbo

Cayenne

Cayenne S E-Hybrid

Cayenne GTS

Cayenne Turbo

Panamera

Panamera S E-Hybrid
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P O R S C H E ( www.porsche.com)

Panamera Turbo Executive

Panamera 4

Panamera GTS

Panamera Turbo

Panamera S Executive (China)

Panamera Sport Edition (China)

918 Spyder
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D U C AT I ( www.ducati.com)

Scrambler Icon

Diavel

Diavel Carbon

Hypermotard

Hypermotard SP

Hyperstrada

Monster 821

Monster 1200
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D U C AT I ( www.ducati.com)

Monster 1200 S

Multistrada 1200

Multistrada 1200 S

Multistrada 1200 S D|air

Streetfighter 848

899 Panigale

1299 Panigale

1299 Panigale S
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D U C AT I ( www.ducati.com)

Panigale R

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Caddy Kombi

Caddy Kombi EcoFuel

Caddy Kombi BiFuel

Caddy Kombi BlueMotion

Caddy Tramper

Caddy Delivery Van

Caddy Delivery Van Cross

Caddy Delivery Van EcoFuel

* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com

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Caddy Delivery Van BiFuel

Caddy Delivery Van BlueMotion

Caddy Maxi Kombi

Caddy Maxi Kombi EcoFuel

Caddy Maxi Kombi BiFuel

Caddy Maxi Delivery Van

Caddy Maxi Delivery Van EcoFuel

Caddy Maxi Delivery Van BiFuel

* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com

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Caddy Maxi Tramper

Saveiro (South America)

Saveiro Cross (South America)

Amarok Single Cab

Amarok Double Cab

Multivan

Multivan BlueMotion

Multivan PanAmericana

* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com

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Multivan Business

Multivan (LWB)

California Beach

California Comfortline

Rockton

Caravelle

Caravelle (LWB)

Transporter Delivery Van

* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com

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Transporter Delivery Van


BlueMotion

Transporter Delivery Van (LWB)

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 BlueMotion

Crafter Kombi (MWB)

Crafter Kombi (LWB)

Crafter Single Cab Chassis

* www.volkswagen-commercial-vehicles.com

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Crafter Single Cab


Chassis (MWB)

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)

Lions Coach (MAN Truck & Bus)

Lions Regio (MAN Truck & Bus)


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M A N (www.man.eu)

Lions City (MAN Truck & Bus)

Lions 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)

Combined Heat and Power Plants


(Volkswagen)

December 31, 2014

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