Statistics on volkswagen ag

volkswagen AG sales fell by 12 percent year-on-year in 2020 due to the effects of the corona pandemic. At around 222.9 billion euros, the group is at the same sales level as in 2017. Business slumped especially in the europe and north america regions, which were hit hard by the pandemic (europe: -13 percent; north america: -15 percent); the rapid recovery of the chinese automotive market prevented an even weaker result and even led to a slight increase in sales there.

Significant losses in europe

The number of deliveries of the VW group decreased by more than 15 percent compared to 2019. Among the volume brands, seat and the commercial vehicles division were particularly hard hit, with a drop of around 25 percent; volkswagen passenger cars (-15 percent) and skoda (-19 percent) fared better in terms of deliveries by brand. By contrast, scania (-27 percent) recorded the biggest percentage decline of all the Group brands. By country, european countries in particular show sharp declines in deliveries.

Development of future technologies takes place across all brands

In order to successfully meet the challenges of change in the automotive industry, the Group is bundling capacities. In the future, all brands are to use standardized systems for their vehicles and services; the strategy envisages a division into four elements: hardware, software, battery& charging and mobility& services. In 2020, around 13.9 billion euros was available for research and development costs, equivalent to around 7.6 percent of sales.

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Market shares of the brands in germany 2021

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volkswagen AG sales decreased by 12 percent in 2020 compared to the previous year due to the impact of the corona pandemic. At around 222.9 billion euros, the group’s sales are at the same level as in 2017. Business slumped particularly in the europe and north america regions, which were hard hit by the pandemic (europe: -13 percent; north america: -15 percent). the rapid recovery of the chinese automotive market prevented an even weaker result and even led to a slight increase in sales there.

Significant losses in europe

The number of deliveries of the VW group decreased by more than 15 percent compared to 2019. Among the volume brands, seat and the commercial vehicles division were particularly hard hit, with a decline of around 25 percent; volkswagen passenger cars (-15 percent) and skoda (-19 percent) fared better in terms of deliveries by brand. By contrast, scania (-27 percent) recorded the biggest percentage losses among all Group brands. By country, european countries in particular show sharp declines in deliveries.

Development of future technologies takes place across all brands

In order to successfully meet the challenges of change in the automotive industry, the Group is bundling its capacities in the following areas. In the future, all brands will use standardized systems for their vehicles and services. The strategy envisages a division into four elements: hardware, software, battery&.. charging as well as mobility& services. For realization, about 13.9 billion euros were available in 2020 as research and development costs, which corresponded to about 7.6 percent of sales.

This text represents basic information. We cannot guarantee the correctness and completeness of the information provided. Due to different update frequencies, statistics may show a more current data status.

Interesting statistics

In the following 8 chapters you will quickly find the most important 67 statistics from the topic "volkswagen AG".

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