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Volkswagen Sees Multi-Speed Coronavirus Rebound Led By China

Sales in Germany were down 60% on the year, with the rest of Europe down 85% as some major markets like Italy and Spain came to a full stop

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Volkswagen Digitalizes Its Sales & Service Portfolio In India

Volkswagen integrates its 137 sales and 116 service touchpoints in this process. Customers can choose their preferred dealership while booking online.

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Volkswagen Re-Starts Europe's Largest Car Factory After Coronavirus Shutdown

Volkswagen began producing components in Braunschweig, Kassel, Salzgitter and Hanover in early April and resumed car manufacturing in Zwickau and Bratislava on April 20

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Volkswagen Making Masks In China For Its Staff At European Plants

Volkswagen will be able to produce 1.6 million masks per month in the coastal city of Tianjin

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Volkswagen Sales Down 23% In Jan-March, March Alone Off 37.6%

March sales were down 44.6% year-on-year in western Europe, down 23.1% in central and eastern Europe, down 42% in North America, and down 35% in China

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Bentley Extends UK Production Shutdown By Three Weeks Over Coronavirus

The Volkswagen-owned brand, which builds around 11,000 luxury models at its northern English Crewe factory, will begin a ramp-up with limited staffing from May 11

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German Carmakers To Resume Production As Lockdowns Ease

Volkswagen has already implemented health measures, 32 of the 33 plants have resumed production and no coronavirus infections among employees have been reported.

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Volkswagen To Close Factories In Mexico To Protect Public Health

The company also pointed to slowing demand and the risk of shortages of parts as factors in the decision to suspend production in the factories.

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Volkswagen's Portugal Plant Reduces Output By 16% Due To Coronavirus

The plant, which produced 254,600 cars last year, will make 744 units per day, down from its usual output of 890, the firm said.

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VW Considers Temporary Layoffs In Spain If Coronavirus Disrupts Supply

The deal with the two main unions - which has yet to be signed - agrees on a potential temporary layoff of a number of workers at any time in 2020.

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Family Clan Members Back Volkswagen CEO's Electric Strategy - Bild

Volkswagen is shifting from being a manufacturer of traditional vehicles to making self-driving and connected cars, as well as electric vehicles.

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VW Proposes 35% Dividend Increase As 2019 Profit Surges 22%

Volkswagen is in the midst of ramping up sales of sports utility vehicles, which command better profits than ordinary cars, to 40% of passenger car sales from below 25% in 2018.

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Volkswagen's Skoda Targets Indian Revival With Tougher Safety, Emission Rules

Among the new rules are tighter emissions standards, pushing up the costs for domestic carmakers and forcing many to increase prices in India, which is expected to become the world's third-largest car market by 2026.

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Volkswagen's Skoda Targets Indian Revival With Tougher Safety, Emission Rules

The Volkswagen-owned Czech carmaker has been tasked with helping its German parent achieve a 2025 target of a 5% market share in India.

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