Brands & Brand Groups

Overview of brands

The Volkswagen Group is undergoing the biggest transformation process in its history as it evolves from an international automotive company into a software-centric global leader in sustainable mobility by 2030.

Hildegard Wortmann
“The strength of our Group lies in the diversity of its brands. Each has its own role and responsibility, is clearly positioned and addresses precisely defined market segments. We thus offer our customers a unique portfolio of desirable brands with highly attractive vehicles and services.”
Hildegard Wortmann Member of the Extended Executive Committee for Sales, Volkswagen Group, and Board Member Marketing & Sales, Audi AG
Hildegard Wortmann


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Sport Luxury

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Other Brands and Business Units

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Brand News

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Ready for next EV push: Volkswagen enters into agreement with XPENG for fast joint development of two smart e-cars
Portrait of the new Porsche Macan Turbo
Macan sets new standards: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche
The new Golf with a new front design and light graphics.
World premiere to mark the 50th anniversary: the new Golf is more attractive, intelligent and efficient than ever before
Two vehicles of the Volkswagen company in the desert
World premiere at CES: Volkswagen integrates ChatGPT into its vehicles
Photo of the the Volkswagen ID.4 Pro2Performance
Fleet.Electrified: 1,000 Volkswagen ID.4 for Siemens fleet
Three Volkswagen employees pose for a photo.
Volkswagen brand’s biggest performance program on track, with earnings contribution of up to four billion euros expected for 2024
A futuristic house with a Vokswagen in the garage
Cleverly manage your own electricity: First ID. models support bidirectional charging
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Volkswagen Financial Services report solid third quarter 2023 amidst challenging environment
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Porsche expands partnership with Google
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Brand Group Core improves operating profit, unit sales and sales revenue – increased product costs and interruptions to production impact profitability
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Audi Group: Solid development in the first nine months
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Porsche AG posts robust growth in first nine months
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TRATON GROUP raises forecast for full-year 2023 following successful business performance in the first nine months
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Federal government and Hamburg put autonomous ridepooling project on the road
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TRATON GROUP unveils new service to boost charging for electric trucks
Thomas Schäfer, CEO of the Volkswagen brand
Volkswagen Passenger Cars readies plants for the future
CEO Oliver Blume and CFO Lutz Meschke
Porsche pleased with first year after IPO
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Vietnam launch: Škoda Auto celebrates key internationalisation milestone
New licensing model: MOIA opens ridepooling ecosystem to cities and local transport operators
Volkswagen hat heute vor rund 10.000 Beschäftigten den neuen Tiguan1 auf der Betriebsversammlung im Werk Wolfsburg präsentiert.
Tiguan redesign: Volkswagen’s bestseller celebrates world premiere before 10,000 employees
A picture of Christof Messner, Managing Director of IN-Campus GmbH and Audi Events and Services GmbH; Peter Bosch, CEO of CARIAD; Gernot Döllner, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG; Markus Söder, Bavarian Minister President; Christian Scharpf, Lord Mayor of the City of Ingolstadt; Norbert Forster, Managing Director of IN-Campus GmbH and Board Member of IFG Ingolstadt AöR and Dennis Hartmann, Overall Project Manager incampus and Project Manager New Vehicle Safety Center, standing at a lectern and placing their hands on a red button.
incampus opens in Ingolstadt: Ground for new ideas
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TRATON successfully sets up commercial paper program and gains access to additional financing market
Dr. Christian Dahlheim (left), CEO of Volkswagen Financial Services AG, and Janus Smalbraak (right), CEO of Pon Holdings, stand together in front of a bicycle and shake hands.
Bike leasing in Europe and the USA: Volkswagen Financial Services and Pon Holdings form strategic alliance
Austausch mit Auszubildenden und Trainern: Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier und Gunnar Kilian (li.), Mitglied des Vorstands der Volkswagen AG, Geschäftsbereiche „Personal“ und „Truck & Bus“, im Dialog
Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier besucht „Future e-Mobility Campus“ von Volkswagen
Start of presales: The all-electric ID.7
The new all-electric ID.7 is now available to order
Brand Group Core Performance 2023
Brand Group Core increases returns and operating profit in first half of 2023 – systematically moving towards greater profitability in volume segment
Volkswagen electrifies South America: ID. Buzz and ID.4 are coming to Brazil
Volkswagen brand invests one billion euros for growth in South America
CUPRA als „Nachhaltigste Automarke“ ausgezeichnet
CEO Thomas Schäfer at today’s works meeting held at the Wolfsburg headquarters: “The program is the number one priority for the entire Board of Management. We are getting an enormous concerted effort off the ground to build new strength for the Volkswagen brand and position it robustly for future growth.”
Performance program: Volkswagen brand aims to become more efficient and more profitable
Performance program: Volkswagen brand aims to become more efficient and more profitable
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