Παρά το Dieselgate και την απαγόρευση πωλήσεων αρκετών μοντέλων της σε χώρες όπως οι ΗΠΑ και η Νότιος Κορέα, το VW Group έκανε νέο ρεκόρ ετήσιων πωλήσεων. Συγκεκριμένα ο γερμανικός κολοσσός μέσα στο 2016 κατάφερε και πούλησε 10.312.400 οχήματα (+3,8% από πέρυσι), σπάζοντας έτσι το ρεκόρ που είχε σημειώσει το 2014.

Στην Ευρώπη το VW Group πούλησε 4.206.500 εκατ. αυτοκίνητα (+4%), στην Δυτική Ευρώπη (εκτός Γερμανίας) 3.548.500 αυτοκίνητα (+3,4%), στη Γερμανία 1.292.000 αυτοκίνητα (+0,2%), και στη Κεντρική και Ανατολική Ευρώπη 658.100 αυτοκίνητα (+7%). Στη Ρωσία πούλησε 166.900 αυτοκίνητα (-4,3%).

Στην περιοχή Ασίας-Ειρηνικού πούλησε 4.318.700 αυτοκίνητα (+9,7%), με τα 3.982.200 αυτοκίνητα (+12,2%) στη Κίνα, κάνοντας τη, την μεγαλύτερη αγορά του ομίλου παγκοσμίως. Στη Βόρειο Αμερική πούλησε 939.100 αυτοκίνητα (+0,8%), με τα 591.100 (-2,6%) στις ΗΠΑ, ενώ στη Νότιο Αμερική πούλησε 421.300 αυτοκίνητα (-24,6%) με τα 257.800 (-33,9%) στη Βραζιλία.

Σε ότι αφορά τις αυτοκινητοβιομηχανίες. Η Volkswagen πούλησε 5.987.800 αυτοκίνητα (+2,85), η Audi 1.871.300 αυτοκίνητα (+3,8%), η Porsche 237.800 αυτοκίνητα (+5,6% κάνοντας νέο ρεκόρ με την Macan να πουλά 95.642 αυτοκίνητα), η Bentley 11.023 (+9%), η Skoda 1.127.700. αυτοκίνητα (+6,8%), η Seat 410.200 (+2,6%), τα επαγγελματικά της VW 480.100 αυτοκίνητα (+11,4%), η MAN 102.200 οχήματα (-0,2%) και η Scania 80.800 οχήματα (+5,5%).

O Matthias Muller δήλωσε πως το 2016 η VW κατάφερε να ξεπεράσει τα προβλήματα του Dieselgate, ενώ για το 2017 υποσχέθηκε 60 νέα μοντέλα, όπου ανάμεσα τους θα βρίσκονται τα νέα Volkswagen Polo και Touareg, τα νέα Skoda Yeti, SEAT Ibiza, Porsche Cayenne, Audi Α8 και Bentley Continental GT. Όπως είπε μέσα στη διετία 2017/2018, το VW Group θα παρουσιάσει 10 νέα μοντέλα με ηλεκτρικούς κινητήρες. Εν αναμονή των ανακοινώσεων της Toyota και της GM, ώστε να δούμε αν οι προβλέψεις επαληθευτούν και το VW Group γίνει η μεγαλύτερη αυτοκινητοβιομηχανία του κόσμου, από πλευράς πωλήσεων, για το 2016.

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Volkswagen Group delivers 10.3 million vehicles in 2016

• 933,300 vehicles delivered in December (+11.8 percent)

• CEO Matthias Müller: “The fact that we handed over more than 10 million vehicles to customers last year bolsters the Group and its brands as we head for the future.”

The Volkswagen Group delivered 10.3 million vehicles to customers worldwide last year, a rise of 3.8 percent compared with the prior-year figure. Deliveries in December rose by 11.8 percent to 933,300 vehicles. Matthias Müller, CEO of the Volkswagen Group, commented: “2016 was a very challenging year for us. We made strides in resolving and overcoming the diesel crisis and at the same time initiated a fundamental change process with ‘Together – Strategy 2025′ to get Volkswagen ready for the future of mobility. Nonetheless, we managed to stabilize operating business in difficult conditions: the fact that we handed over more than 10 million vehicles to customers last year bolsters the Group and its brands as we head for the future.”

Full-year deliveries by the Volkswagen Group brands in Europe in 2016 totaled 4.2 million units (+4.0 percent), of which 340,600 new vehicles (+9.2 percent) were handed over to customers in December. Deliveries by the Group in Western Europe in December rose by 9.2 percent to 282,100 units. The Company recorded strong growth in the UK, Italy and France in December. 92,900 vehicles were handed over to customers in Germany in December – a decrease of 2.6 percent. Deliveries in Central and Eastern Europe during the same month rose by 8.8 percent to 58,500 units.

The Group handed over 939,100 new vehicles (+0.8 percent) to customers in the North America region last year. 94,000 vehicles were delivered in this region in December, an increase of 10.3 percent. Deliveries in the USA (+16.1 percent) contributed decisively to this positive trend. The Group delivered 36,500 vehicles in South America in December – a rise of 5.0 percent compared with the previous year.

4.3 million new vehicles (+9.7 percent) were delivered in the Asia-Pacific region in 2016, of which 4.0 million (+12.2 percent) were handed over to customers in China. Group deliveries to the Chinese market rose by 18.6 percent in December, with customers taking possession of 390,600 vehicles.

“In 2017 we will be intensifying our efforts in the major technological fields of the future, in e-mobility, autonomous vehicles, the digitalization of our products and our Company. At the same time, though, we will not be neglecting today’s core business. Our Group brands will be putting almost 60 new vehicles on the road for their customers during the coming year”, Müller said. “Apart from entirely new concepts, these include many of the brands’ core models such as the new Volkswagen Polo and Touareg, ŠKODA Yeti, SEAT Ibiza, Porsche Cayenne, Audi A8 and Bentley Continental GT. We are also systematically continuing with our e-mobility offensive and will be launching more than 10 new models with electric drives in 2017/18.”

Overview of deliveries by the Volkswagen Group:

Deliveries to customers by markets

December 2016

December 2015

Change (%)

Jan.-December 2016

Jan.-December 2015

Change (%)

Europe

340,600

312,000

+9.2

4,206,500

4,046,200

+4.0

Western Europe

282,100

258,200

+9.2

3,548,500

3,431,000

+3.4

      Germany

92,900

95,400

-2.6

1,292,000

1,289,300

+0.2

Central and Eastern Europe

58,500

53,800

+8.8

658,100

615,200

+7.0

      Russia

16,600

16,400

+0.9

166,900

174,400

-4.3

North America

94,000

85,200

+10.3

939,100

931,900

+0.8

      USA

65,000

56,000

+16.1

591,100

607,100

-2.6

South America

36,500

34,700

+5.0

421,300

558,600

-24.6

      Brazil

24,200

25,200

-4.0

257,800

390,000

-33.9

Asia-Pacific

418,000

361,100

+15.7

4,318,700

3,935,100

+9.7

      China

390,600

329,200

+18.6

3,982,200

3,548,600

+12.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worldwide

933,300

834,700

+11.8

10,312,400

9,930,500

+3.8

 

Deliveries to customers by brands

December 2016

December 2015

Change (%)

Jan.-December 2016

Jan.-December 2015

Change (%)

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

567.900

487.700

+16,4

5.987.800

5.823.400

+2,8

Audi

157.400

158.400

-0,6

1.871.300

1.803.200

+3,8

ŠKODA

91.500

86.600

+5,7

1.127.700

1.055.500

+6,8

SEAT

30.500

28.300

+8,0

410.200

400.000

+2,6

Porsche

19.500

15.200

+28,0

237.800

225.100

+5,6

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

46.200

40.500

+14,2

480.100

430.800

+11,4

MAN

10.700

9.800

+9,7

102.200

102.500

-0,2

Scania (expected figures)

7.600

6.500

+17,8

80.800

76.600

+5,5

             
Volkswagen Group (total)

933.300

834.700

+11,8

10.312.400

9.930.500

+3,8