Volkswagen Group posts solid growth in deliveries in 2023 and strong increase in all-electric vehicles

Christoph Oemisch
Christoph Oemisch
Corporate Communications Spokesperson Finance and Sales
  • Total deliveries increase by 12 percent to 9.24 million vehicles (2022: 8.26)
  • Growth across all major brands and all regions
  • Main drivers are Europe (+19.7 percent) and North America (+17.9 percent), China up despite challenging market environment (+1.6 percent)
  • All-electric vehicles (BEV) increase by 34.7 percent to 771,100 (2022: 572,500)
  • BEV share of total deliveries rises to 8.3 percent (2022: 6.9)

Wolfsburg. The Volkswagen Group increased its deliveries in 2023 by
12 percent to 9.24 million vehicles. All regions contributed to this growth, with Europe
(+19.7 percent) and North America (+17.9 percent) being the main drivers. China, the Group's largest single market, grew by 1.6 percent despite a challenging market environment. The Volkswagen Group expanded its market share in Europe as well as North and South America and thus also increased slightly worldwide. Almost all brands recorded growth, in some cases substantial. SEAT/CUPRA achieved the highest increase in the passenger car segment with a rise of 34.6 percent, while MAN led the way in the truck segment with an increase of 37.1 percent. At the same time, the Volkswagen Group successfully continued its transformation and delivered 771,100 fully electric vehicles. This corresponds to an increase of 34.7 percent compared to the previous year. The share of all-electric vehicles in deliveries rose to 8.3 percent compared to 6.9 percent in 2022.

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