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Volkswagen is the parent company of the Volkswagen Group. It develops vehicles and components for the Group’s brands, but also produces and sells vehicles, in particular passenger cars and light commercial vehicles for the Volkswagen Passenger Cars and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brands.
So here is the List of Volkswagen group brands which is Owned by the Group.
- ŠKODA AUTO
- Volkswagen Financial Services,
- Volkswagen Bank GmbH and a large number of other companies in Germany and abroad.
Here you find the List of companies owned by Volkswagen Group.
The Volkswagen Group is one of the leading multibrand groups in the automotive industry. All brands within the Automotive Division – with the exception of the Volkswagen Passenger Cars and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brands – are independent legal entities.
The Automotive Division comprises the Passenger Cars, Commercial Vehicles and Power Engineering business areas. The Passenger Cars Business Area essentially consolidates the Volkswagen Group’s passenger car brands and the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brand.
The Volkswagen Group consists of two divisions:
- Automotive Division and
- Financial Services Division.
With its brands, the Volkswagen group brands is present in all relevant markets around the world. The key sales markets currently include Western Europe, China, the USA, Brazil, Russia, Mexico and Poland.
The activities of the Financial Services Division comprise dealer and customer financing, vehicle leasing, direct banking and insurance activities, fleet management and mobility offerings.
Below is the List of companies owned by Volkswagen Group.
Automotive Division of Volkswagen Group
The Automotive Division comprises the
- Passenger Cars,
- Commercial Vehicles and
- Power Engineering business areas.
Activities of the Automotive Division comprise in particular the development of vehicles and engines, the production and sale of
- passenger cars,
- light commercial vehicles,
- buses and motorcycles,
- genuine parts,
- large-bore diesel engines,
- special gear units,
- propulsion components and
- testing systems businesses.
Mobility solutions are gradually being added to the range. The Ducati brand is allocated to the Audi brand and thus to the Passenger Cars Business Area.
Passenger Cars Business Area [ Volkswagen Passenger Cars ]
Volkswagen Passenger Cars enters a new era and presents a more modern, more human and more authentic image. The eighth generation of the Golf launches and the all-electric ID.3 celebrates its world premiere.
- Total – 30 million Passats manufactured
Volkswagen Passenger Cars
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand delivered 6.3 million (+0.5%) vehicles worldwide in fiscal year 2019. The following are the List of Volkswagen group brands.
- Volkswagen Passenger Cars
- Porsche Automotive
- Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
List of Brands and subsidiaries Owned by Volkswagen
So here is the List of Brands and Subsidiaries Owned by the Volkswagen Group.
Audi is following its strategic focus and consistently pursuing sustainable premium mobility. The electric-powered e-tron is the highlight of the 2019 product offensive. In 2019, Audi expanded its vehicle range and celebrated over 20 market launches. The highlight of the year was the market introduction of the Audi e-tron.
Audi brand delivered a total of 1.9 million vehicles to customers in year 2019. The all-electric SUV was rolled out in Europe, China and the USA. The vehicle stands out with a high-quality interior and is packed with technological highlights. The all-electric Q2L e-tron debuted on the Chinese market. With concept vehicles such as the
- e-tron GT concept,
- Q4 e-tron concept,
- AI:ME and others,.
Audi showcased further potential in e-mobility and artificial intelligence. By 2025, Audi plans to bring more than 30 electrified models to market, including 20 with pure electric drive. Audi produced 1.8 (1.9) million units worldwide. Lamborghini manufactured a total of 8,664 (6,571) vehicles in 2019.
Audi is thereby following its strategic focus and consistently pursuing sustainable premium mobility. Alongside the electrified models, the vehicles Audi presented in 2019 included the fourth generation of the bestselling A6 and the dynamic RS 7 Sportback.
ŠKODA presented new vehicles with alternative drives in 2019, including the G-Tec CNG models. With the Citigoe iV, the first all-electric production model, ŠKODA is entering the era of e-mobility. The ŠKODA brand delivered 1.2 (1.3) million vehicles worldwide in 2019. China remained the largest individual market.
SEAT can look back on a successful year in which it presented its first all-electric production model, the Mii electric. A vehicle based on the MEB is already in the starting blocks. SEAT delivers solutions “Created in Barcelona” to make mobility easy.
At SEAT, the year 2019 was all about the electrification of the model range: the Spanish brand brought its first all-electric production model, the Mii electric, onto the market in the reporting period. Powered by a 61 kW (83 PS) electric motor, the model is ideally suited to city traffic with its dynamic performance and fresh design. The battery has a range of up to 260 km.
SEAT gave a foretaste of another all-electric vehicle with its el-Born concept car. Based on the Modular Electric Drive Toolkit, this model impresses with a generous interior, offering both practicality and functionality, as well as a range of up to 420 km.
The Tarraco FR, also presented in 2019, is the most powerful vehicle in the model range with a modern powertrain comprising a 1.4 TSI petrol engine producing 110 kW (150 PS) and an 85 kW (115 PS) electric motor. The system’s total output is 180 kW (245 PS).
The Bentley brand is defined by exclusivity, elegance and power. Bentley celebrated a special occasion in 2019: the brand’s 100th anniversary. The record deliveries achieved in the anniversary year were partly attributable to the popularity of the Bentayga. The Bentley brand generated sales revenue of €2.1 billion in 2019.
Bentley celebrated this special occasion with a range of special models, including the Continental GT Number 9 Edition by Mulliner, of which only 100 vehicles were produced. Bentley also debuted the 467 kW (635 PS) powerful Continental GT Convertible in 2019, which sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds.
467 kW (635 PS) Bentayga Speed and a Bentayga hybrid were added in 2019. With combined CO2 emissions of just 75 g/km, the hybrid is making a powerful statement about efficiency in the luxury segment. In fiscal year 2019, the Bentley brand manufactured 12,430 vehicles. This was an increase of 36.4% year-onyear.
Porsche is electrifying – the all-electric Taycan marks the beginning of a new era for the sports car manufacturer. With the new 911 Cabriolet, Porsche is celebrating open-top driving. Exclusivity and social acceptance, innovation and tradition, performance and everyday usability, design and functionality – these are the brand values of sports car manufacturer Porsche.
- The Taycan Turbo S,
- Taycan Turbo and
- Taycan 4S models
In the new series are at the cutting edge of Porsche E-Performance and are among the sports car manufacturer’s most powerful production models. The Taycan’s top version Turbo S can generate up to 560 kW (761 PS). It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds and has a range of up to 412 km.
Porsche also presented the new 911 Cabriolet in 2019, continuing the tradition of open-top driving. The 331 kW (450 PS) twin-turbo engine delivers top speeds of over 300 km/h, and acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in less than 4 seconds. Other new products comprised the 718 Touring versions of the
- Boxster and Cayman as well as the
- Macan S and the Macan Turbo.
Porsche increased its deliveries to customers by 9.6% in fiscal year 2019 to 281 thousand sports cars. China, where Porsche sold 87 thousand vehicles remained the largest individual market. Porsche Automotive’s sales revenue rose by 10.1% to €26.1 (23.7) billion in fiscal year 2019.
Commercial Vehicles Business Area
As a leading manufacturer of light commercial vehicles, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is making fundamental and sustainable changes to the way goods and services are distributed in cities in order to improve quality of life, especially in inner city areas.
The brand is also the Volkswagen Group’s leader in autonomous driving as well as in services such as Mobility-as-a-Service and Transport-as-a-Service.
For these solutions, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles plans to develop special-purpose vehicles such as robo-taxis and robo-vans to keep the world of tomorrow moving with all its requirements for a clean, intelligent and sustainable mobility.
- Scania Vehicles and Services
- MAN Commercial Vehicles
The Transporter 6.1 – a technically redesigned version of the bestselling van – was launched on the market in 2019. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will be the Group’s leading brand for autonomous driving.
With its MAN, Scania, Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus and RIO brands, TRATON SE aims to become a global champion of the commercial vehicle industry and drive the transformation of the logistics sector. Its mission is to reinvent transport for future generations: “Transforming Transportation”
Swedish brand Scania
The Swedish brand Scania follows its values “Customer first”, “Respect for the individual”, “Elimination of waste”, “Determination”, “Team Spirit” and “Integrity”. In 2019, Scania’s R 450 truck won the “Green Truck 2019” award as the most fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly commercial vehicle in its class.
Scania presented the new battery-electric, self-driving urban concept vehicle NXT. The NXT offers a high degree of flexibility and is able to shift from delivering goods during the day to collecting refuse at night, for example. The autonomous concept vehicle AXL is another forward-looking solution for use in mines.
In October, at the international trade fair FENATRAN in Brazil, Scania won the “Truck of the Year” prize for the Latin American market. The new Scania Citywide, the first all-electric urban bus in series production, won an award at Busworld. Scania Vehicles and Services generated sales revenue of €13.9 (13.0) billion in fiscal year 2019.
MAN worked intensively in 2019 on the successful launch of its new generation of trucks, which took place in February 2020. The MAN Lion’s City was the winner in the “Safety Label Bus” category at the Busworld Awards 2019.
In South America, MAN Commercial Vehicles was recognized in 2019 as one of Brazil’s best employers with its Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus brand. Since the new Delivery range launched in 2017, over 25,000 vehicle have already been produced. Production of the Constellation truck passed the 240,000-vehicle mark in 2019.
In bus production too, Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus is underscoring its strong position, with more than 3,400 Volksbuses being delivered as part of the “Caminho da Escola” (route to school) program. A further 430 buses are being provided to support social projects. Driven by higher volumes, sales revenue at MAN Commercial Vehicles climbed to €12.7 billion in 2019.
Volkswagen Group China
In China, its largest individual market, Volkswagen stood its ground in 2019 amid a sluggish overall market. Together with joint ventures, we held deliveries stable and gained market share. This was particularly a successful SUV campaign: with the
- Tayron and
- Tharu models, the
- Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand
offers a large selection of locally produced SUVs, which are supplemented by imported SUV products such as the Touareg. Other vehicles such as the Audi Q2 L e-tron, Q5 and Q7 models as well as the ŠKODA Kamiq and Porsche Macan augmented the attractive SUV range.
In 2019, Volkswagen established its sub-brand JETTA in the Chinese market, thereby increasing its market coverage. JETTA has its own model family and dealer network. The JETTA brand is focusing particularly on young Chinese customers striving for individual mobility – their first own car. JETTA launched very successfully in the reporting year with the VS5 SUV and VA3 saloon.
As a global driver of mobility, the Chinese automotive market is centrally important to Volkswagen’s electric campaign. Pre-production of an ID. model started at a new SAIC VOLKSWAGEN plant in Anting in the reporting year. This plant was built exclusively to produce all-electric vehicles based on the Modular Electric Drive Toolkit (MEB). Series production with an annual capacity of 300,000 vehicles is due to begin in October 2020
Together with the FAW-Volkswagen plant in Foshan, this will take future production capacity to approximately 600,000 MEB-based all-electric vehicles a year. By 2025, it is planned to increase local production in China to 15 MEB models from various brands. In the reporting year, Volkswagen Group China was already able to offer its Chinese customers 14 electrified models.
In 2019, Volkswagen group brands combined the Chinese research and development capacity of the Volkswagen and Audi brands and of the Group in a new structure. This will generate synergy effects, intensify cooperation between the brands and strengthen the local development of technologies. More than 4,500 employees in China are working in research and development on mobility solutions for the future.
On the Chinese market, the Volkswagen Group brands offers more than 180 imported and locally produced models from the
- Volkswagen Passenger Cars,
- Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles,
- Scania and
- Ducati brands.
The Company delivered 4.2 (4.2) million vehicles (including imports) to customers in China in 2019. The T-Cross, Tayron, T-Roc, Tharu, Bora, Passat, Audi Q2, Audi Q5, ŠKODA Kamiq, ŠKODA Karoq and Porsche Macan models were especially popular.