Hannover, 16 May 2019 – Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) has delivered 170,000 vehicles worldwide from January until April. Compared to the same period last year, this corresponds to a plus of 5.4 per cent. The largest sales region was Western Europe with 119,500 vehicles (+7.6 per cent).
Hannover, 15 May 2019 – Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is driving progress: Effective now, customers can go online to nutzfahrzeugsuche.de/kaufen to search for a suitable used vehicle and order it directly online for delivery. In general, all online orders include free vehicle registration and delivery within 14 days right up to the customer's doorstep.
Hannover, 2 May 2019 – The first "micromobility expo" starts today in Hannover (May 2nd - 4th). The new conference and exhibition format aims to promote micromobility in urban areas. As well as exhibiting new products and technologies, the concept includes open dialogue. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is present: as conference participants, at the "micromobility expo" company experts will outline their vision of micromobility of the future and at the same time present a new and innovative product for micromobility today: the production version of the Cargo e-Bike for the last mile of transport.
125,600 vehicles imply worldwide growth of 9.4 per cent
87,600 deliveries in Western Europe (+13.3 per cent)
T series and Crafter with high double digit growth
Hannover / Munich, 8 April 2019 – Following the world premiere of the Multivan 6.1 in February, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is showing the new Transporter 6.1 for the first time from today onwards in Munich. The setting for the debut of this commercial vehicle best-seller, which in engineering terms has been largely redesigned, could not be a better one: ‘bauma 2019’. It is regarded as the world’s largest trade fair for construction machinery and appliances of every kind. From 8 to 14 April over half a million visitors are expected from more than 200 countries – Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will thus be showcasing the new Transporter 6.1 to experts from all over the world.
Hannover, 5 April 2019 – With effect from 1 June 2019 Holger Kintscher (58) will be the new Board Member for Finance and IT at the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) brand, leaving his current position as Board Member for Finance, IT and Organisation at SEAT. Holger Kintscher has successfully performed a similar role before at the brand (from 2000 to 2005). He succeeds Winfried Krause (57), who will retire at his own request from VWCV as Board Member for Finance and IT.
Hannover, 1 April 2019 – Volkswagen is accompanying visitors to this year's Hannover Trade Fair (1 to 5 April) on a trip to the world of tomorrow. The transport capsules are "PODs", imaginary vans with a real future. Electrically powered and autonomously driving, they appear "on demand" wherever they are needed. Regardless of whether they are needed in an urban or rural space, at festivals or at sporting events. Equipped with mobile medical practices, shops, charging stations for electric cars or lounge-like restaurants and cafés. In this future, Volkswagen will be using its brands to expand its "Mobility as a service" business model by adding the "Business as a service" model.
Hannover, 28 March 2019 – Based on an impressive business year in 2018, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) is paving the way for the future of the brand. The GRIP 2025+ strategy describes this transformation: with new products, the conversion of plants, and the development of new mobility services. Thomas Sedran, Chairman of the Board for the VWCV brand: "We can shape the transformation at the peak of the industry, because we are financially strong and can exploit synergies within the Group. Our new strategy allows us to follow a clear plan and boost our speed significantly. We are developing from a pure carmaker to a mobility provider. To this end, we are investing more than 1.8 billion euros this year."
Hannover, 14 March 2019 – Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) has delivered in the first two months of the year 75,000 vehicles worldwide. This was 8,900 vehicles more than in the same period last year (+13.4 per cent). The largest sales region was Western Europe. Here, with 50,600 vehicle deliveries, an increase of 19.8 per cent was achieved.