Volkswagen Group deliveries in the first half of the year at previous year's level

Christoph Oemisch
Christoph Oemisch
Corporate Communications Spokesperson Finance and Sales
Infographic of Volkswagen Group deliveries in the first half of 2024, breakdown by regions and vehicle types.
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“In the first half of the year, the Volkswagen Group was able to match the previous year's delivery level in a challenging market environment. The basis for this is our continued strong position in Western Europe. In North America and South America, we grew significantly and were able to expand our market share. As announced, we have deliberately prioritized sustainable value creation over higher volumes in the highly competitive environment in China in order to achieve our long-term strategic goals. For the full year 2024, we continue to expect a slight increase in global deliveries compared to the previous year due to the launch and ramp-up of numerous important models in the second half of the year.”
Hildegard Wortmann Member of the Group’s Extended Executive Committee for Sales
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Key figures

million vehicles
worldwide total deliveries in H1 2024 at the level of H1 2023 (4.37 million vehicles)
worldwide BEV deliveries in H1 2024 slightly below H1 2023 (321,600 vehicles)
+ 124
BEV orders received in Western Europe in H1 2024 vs. H1 2023
worldwide PHEV deliveries in H1 2024 are around 17% above H1 2023

Development of core regions

Best-selling all-electric vehicles (BEV)

Deliveries Volkswagen Group - All drive types

Deliveries Volkswagen Group - All-electric vehicles (BEV)

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