To VW Group ανακοίνωσε ότι τους πρώτους έξι μήνες του 2013 πούλησε 4,70 εκατ. αυτοκίνητα, παρουσιάζοντας αύξηση +5,5% σε σχέση με την αντίστοιχη περίοδο του 2012. Τον Ιούνιο πούλησε 827.800 αυτοκίνητα (+3,7%), ενώ από την αρχή του έτους στην Ευρώπη πούλησε 1.87 εκατ. αυτοκίνητα (-3,5%), στην Δυτική Ευρώπη (εκτός Γερμανίας) 970.00 αυτοκίνητα (-3,6%), στη Γερμανία 583.900 αυτοκίνητα (-3,7%), και στη Κεντρική και Ανατολική Ευρώπη 313.000 αυτοκίνητα (-3,0%). Στη Ρωσία πούλησε 149.900 αυτοκίνητα (-1,7%).
Στην περιοχή Ασίας-Ειρηνικού πούλησε 1.73 εκατ αυτοκίνητα (+16,8%), με τα 1.54 εκατ. αυτοκίνητα (+18,4%) στη Κίνα, κάνοντας την, την μεγαλύτερη αγορά του ομίλου παγκοσμίως. Στην Ινδία πούλησε 49.200 αυτοκίνητα (-19,2%). Στη Βόρειο Αμερική πούλησε 437.900 αυτοκίνητα (+12,3%), με τα 303.900 (+10,4%) στις Η.Π.Α, ενώ στη Νότιο Αμερική πούλησε 450.500 αυτοκίνητα (-4,0%) με τα 332.800 (-4,1%) στη Βραζιλία.
Σε ότι αφορά τις φίρμες. Η Volkswagen πούλησε 2.91 εκατ. αυτοκίνητα (+4,4%), η Audi 780.500 αυτοκίνητα (+6,4%), η Porsche 81.565 αυτοκίνητα (+17,9%), η Skoda 464.600 (-5,8%), η Seat 182.100 (+11,5%) ενώ τα επαγγελματικά της VW 270.700 αυτοκίνητα (+0,2%). Αναλυτικότερες λεπτομέρειες μπορείς να βρεις στο δελτίο τύπου που ακολουθεί.
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Volkswagen Group grows deliveries in first half year
4.70 million vehicles delivered from January to June / +5.5 percent*
3.7 percent increase in June deliveries to 827,800 units*
Group Board Member for Sales Christian Klingler: “Satisfactory development in the first six months even though market conditions were not always easy – enormous challenges persist”
Wolfsburg, 12 July 2013 – The Volkswagen Group grew vehicle deliveries in the first half of 2013, handing over a total of 4.70 (January – June 2012: 4.45; +5.5 percent)* million vehicles to customers worldwide from January to June. Deliveries in the month of June were slightly up at 827,800 (June 2012: 798,500; +3.7 percent)*. “Volkswagen Group deliveries made satisfactory progress even though market conditions were not always easy. However, the economic climate remains tense, especially in Europe”, Group Board Member for Sales Christian Klingler said in Wolfsburg on Friday, and added: “We remain on course and are entering the second half of the year with confidence. Nevertheless, the enormous challenges persist.”
Group brands delivered a total of 1.87 (1.93; -3.5 percent) million vehicles on the overall European market in the first half year. In Western Europe (excluding Germany), 0.97 (1.01; -3.6 percent) million customers took possession of a new vehicle. 583,900 (606,100; -3.7 percent) units were delivered in the home market of Germany. The Group handed over 313,000 (322,900; -3.0 percent) vehicles in Central and Eastern Europe in the period to June, of which 149,900 (152,600; -1.7 percent) units were delivered in Russia.
Developments on the American continent were positive. In the North America region, deliveries for the period to June increased by 12.3 percent to 437,900 (389,800) units, of which 303,900 (275,200; +10.4 percent) were handed over in the United States. The Volkswagen Group delivered 450,500 (469,500; -4.0 percent) vehicles to customers in the South America region during the same period, of which 332,800 (347,100; -4.1 percent) were handed over to customers in Brazil. Group figures for the Asia-Pacific region were encouraging. 1.73 (1.48; +16.8 percent) million vehicles were handed over to customers there in the first six months, of which 1.54 (1.30; +18.7 percent) million were delivered in China, the region’s largest single market. In India, 49,200 (60,900; -19.2 percent) customers took possession of a new vehicle from the Group.
Outline of developments at Group brands
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand delivered 2.91 (2.79; +4.4 percent) million vehicles to customers worldwide from January to June. The brand developed particularly well in China, where 1.17 (0.98; +19.4 percent) million vehicles were handed over to customers, and in Mexico, where 68,800 (57,700; +19.3 percent) customers took possession of a new Volkswagen.
Audi delivered 780,500 (733,200) vehicles worldwide in the first half year, an increase of 6.4 percent. The premium brand from Ingolstadt benefited in particular from significant growth in China, where 228,100 (193,900; +17.7 percent) vehicles were handed over to customers. The brand also grew deliveries in the United States compared with the first six months of 2012, handing over 74,300 (65,200) automobiles, an increase of 14.0 percent.
The sports car manufacturer Porsche, which became a Volkswagen Group brand on August 1, 2012, delivered a total of 81,600 vehicles in the period to June. At 24,300 units, the Asia-Pacific region accounted for the largest share, with a further 23,500 units handed over to customers in the North America region.
The ŠKODA brand delivered 464,600 (493,000; -5.8 percent) vehicles worldwide from January to June. The company handed over 120,700 (131,800; -8.5 percent) vehicles to customers in Central and Eastern Europe. 135,300 (144,900; -6.6 percent) vehicles were delivered in the Asia-Pacific region during the same period.
SEAT delivered 182,100 (163,300; +11.5 percent) vehicles worldwide in the period to June. The company handed over 150,500 (139,100; +8.2 percent) vehicles to customers on the overall European market. Developments in the German market were particularly encouraging, with deliveries running at 38,200 (28,400) units, an increase of 34.4 percent.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles enjoyed stable development in the first half year with deliveries running at 270,700 (270,100; +0.2 percent) units. 81,300 (81,900; -0.8 percent) vehicles were delivered to customers in Western Europe (excluding Germany) under difficult market conditions. In contrast, deliveries in the South America region developed well, with 76,300 (67,700; +12.7 percent) customers taking delivery of a new vehicle.
*) including deliveries by the Porsche brand from August 1, 2012; excluding MAN and Scania