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Europe's largest car manufacturer VW continues to increase its sales from month to month. The Wolfsburg-based core brand was able to sell 2.95 million vehicles worldwide by July.
There is still no sign of the expected slowdown in the auto economy at Europe's largest manufacturer, Volkswagen. Sales of the core brand VW increased again strongly by the end of July, as the company reported on Tuesday in Wolfsburg. In the first seven months of this year, 2.95 million vehicles were sold worldwide, compared to 2.62 million in 2010.
Plus of 12.5 percent in deliveries
Deliveries grew by 12.5 percent. In July itself, with 419,000 vehicles handed over to customers, the plus was significantly higher at 17.2 percent, as Christian Klingler announced: "The Volkswagen brand has made a good start into the second half of the year." In terms of total sales of all nine group brands, the Wolfsburg-based company had already passed the threshold of three million cars sold after just five months in May.
Sales for VW in Europe were positive. The core brand was able to deliver 1.02 million vehicles by July and achieve an increase of 8.1 percent. Things are also going very well for VW on the home market in Germany. So far, 352,700 cars have been delivered to customers, which is an increase of 8.5 percent compared to the same period last year. VW was able to sell 991,800 cars in the largest single market in China, an increase of 12.9 percent. VW sold 280,900 cars on the North American market by July, an increase of 22 percent. (AG / dpa)
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