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TABLE OF CONTENTS

3

The Volkswagen Group

4

Board of Management of Volkswagen AG

6

Supervisory Board

7

Key Figures

8

Five-Year Review

10

Volkswagen Share Key Figures

12

Production Sites

14

Germany

14

Europe

18

North/South America

24

South America/South Africa

25

Asia/Pacific

26

Group Production Sites

30

Deliveries of Vehicles to Customers

34

Environment and Transport

36

Developments in Workforce

38

Employees in Technical Development

42

Procurement Volumes by Brand and Company

44

Organizational Charts

45

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

45

Audi

46

SEAT

47

ã KODA

48

Bentley

49

Bugatti

50

Lamborghini

51

Porsche

52

Ducati

53

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

54

Scania

55

MAN SE

56

Volkswagen Financial Services AG

57

Historical Notes

58

The Model Range of the Volkswagen Group

88

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

90

Audi

97

SEAT

104

ã KODA

108

Bentley

113

Bugatti

115

Lamborghini

115

Porsche

116

Ducati

120

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

123

Scania

130

MAN

131

MAN Latin America

133

Other Business Fields

134

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THE VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

The Volkswagen Group with its headquarters in Wolfsburg is one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and the largest carmaker in Europe. In 2014, the Group increased the number of vehicles delivered to customers to 10.137 million (2013: 9.731 million). The share of the world passenger car market amounts to 12.9 percent.

In Western Europe, more than one in four new cars (25.1 per­ cent) is made by the Volkswagen Group. Group sales revenue in 2014 totaled €202 billion (2013: €197 billion), while profit after tax amounted to €11.1 billion (2013: €9.1 billion).

The Group comprises twelve brands from seven European countries: Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, ŠKODA, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Scania and MAN.

Each brand has its own character and operates as an in­ dependent entity on the market. The product spectrum ranges from motorcycles to low­consumption small cars and luxury vehicles. In the commercial vehicle sector, the products in­ clude ranges from pick­ups, buses and heavy trucks.

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The Volkswagen Group is also active in other fields of business, manufacturing large­bore diesel engines for marine and stationary applications (turnkey power plants), turbochargers, turbomachinery (steam and gas turbines), compressors and chemical reactors. It also produces vehicle transmissions, special gear units for wind turbines, slide bearings and couplings as well as testing systems for the mobility sector.

In addition, the Volkswagen Group offers a wide range of financial services, including dealer and customer financing, leasing, banking and insurance activities, and fleet manage­ ment.

The Group operates 118 production plants in 20 European countries and a further 11 countries in the Americas, Asia and Africa. Every weekday, 592,586 employees worldwide produce nearly 41,000 vehicles, and work in vehicle­related services or other fields of business. The Volkswagen Group sells its vehicles in 153 countries.

The Group’s goal is to offer attractive, safe and environ­ mentally sound vehicles which can compete in an increasingly tough market and set world standards in their respective class.

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BOARD OF MANAGEMENT OF VOLKSWAGEN AG

Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Winterkorn Chairman, Research

Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Winterkorn Chairman, Research and Development

Dr. rer. pol. h.c. Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz Procurement

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Jochem Heizmann China

Christian Klingler Sales and Marketing

Matthias Müller Chairman of the Board of Management of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

N.N.

Production

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Horst Neumann Human Resources and Organization

Hans Dieter Pötsch Finance and Controlling

Andreas Renschler

Commercial Vehicles

Prof. Rupert Stadler Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG

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SUPERVISORY BOARD

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Hon.-Prof. Dr. techn. h.c. Dipl.-Ing. ETH Ferdinand K. Piëch (Chairman)

Olaf Lies Minister of Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport for the Federal State of Lower Saxony

Berthold Huber

(Deputy Chairman)

Hartmut Meine

IG Metall

Director of the Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt Regional Office of IG Metall

Dr. Hussain Ali Al-Abdulla Board Member of Qatar Investment Authority and Board Member of Qatar Holding LLC

Peter Mosch Chairman of the General Works Council of AUDI AG

Ahmad Al-Sayed Minister of State, Qatar

Bernd Osterloh Chairman of the General and Group Works Councils of Volkswagen AG

Jürgen Dorn Chairman of the Works Council at the MAN Truck & Bus AG Munich

Dr. jur. Hans Michel Piëch Lawyer in private practice

plant, Chairman of the General Works Council of MAN Truck & Bus AG and Chairman of the Group Works Council and the SE Works Council of MAN SE

Ursula Piëch Supervisory Board Member of AUDI AG

Annika Falkengren President and Group Chief Executive of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB

Dr. jur. Ferdinand Oliver Porsche Member of the Board of Management of Familie Porsche AG Beteiligungsgesellschaft

Dr. jur. Hans-Peter Fischer Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Management Association

Dr. rer. comm. Wolfgang Porsche Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Porsche Automobil Holding SE, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Uwe Fritsch Chairman of the Works Council at the Volkswagen AG Brunswick plant

Stephan Weil Minister-President of the Federal State of Lower Saxony

Babette Fröhlich IG Metall, Department head for coordination of Executive Board duties and planning

Stephan Wolf Deputy Chairman of the General and Group Works Councils of Volkswagen AG

Thomas Zwiebler Chairman of the Works Council of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

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KEY FIGURES

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

Volume Data 1

2014

2013

%

Vehicle sales (units)

10,217,003

9,728,250

+ 5.0

Production (units)

10,212,562

9,727,848

+ 5.0

Employees at Dec. 31

592,586

572,800

+ 3.5

Financial Data (IFRSs), million

2014

2013

%

Sales revenue

202,458

197,007

+ 2.8

Operating profit

12,697

11,671

+ 8.8

Profit before tax

14,794

12,428

+ 19.0

Profit after tax

11,068

9,145

+ 21.0

Profit attributable to Volkswagen AG shareholders

10,847

9,066

+ 19.6

Cash flows from operating activities

10,784

12,595

14.4

Cash flows from investing activities attributable to operating activities

16,452

14,936

+ 10.2

Automotive Division 2

   

EBITDA 3

23,100

20,594

+ 12.2

Cash flows from operating activities

21,593

20,612

+

4.8

Cash flows from investing activities attributable to operating activities 4

15,476

16,199

4.5

of which: capex

11,495

11,040

+

4.1

as a percentage of sales revenue

6.5

6.3

capitalized development costs

4,601

4,021

+ 14.4

as a percentage of sales revenue

2.6

2.3

Net cash flow

6,117

4,413

+ 38.6

Net liquidity at Dec. 31

17,639

16,869

+

4.6

Return ratios in %

2014

2013

Return on sales before tax

7.3

6.3

Return on investment (ROI) in the Automotive Division

14.9

14.5

Return on equity before tax (Financial Services Division) 5

12.5

14.3

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VOLKSWAGEN AG

Volume Data

2014

2013

%

Vehicle sales (units)

2,615,686

2,495,745

+ 4.8

Production (units)

1,230,891

1,169,151

+ 5.3

Employees at Dec. 31

112,561

107,559

+ 4.7

Financial Data (HGB), million

2014

2013

%

Sales

68,971

65,587

+

5.2

Net income for the year

2,476

3,078

19.6

1)

Volume data including the unconsolidated Chinese joint ventures.

2)

Including allocation of consolidation adjustments between the Automotive and Financial Services divisions.

3)

Operating profit plus net depreciation / amortization and impairment losses / reversals of impairment losses on property, plant and equipment, capitalized development costs, lease assets, goodwill and financial assets as reported in the cash flow statement.

4)

Excluding acquisition and disposal of equity investments: 15,719 million ( 14,497 million).

5)

Profit before tax as a percentage of average equity.

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FIVE-YEAR REVIEW

Volume Data (thousands)

Vehicle Sales (units) Germany Abroad Production (units) Germany Abroad Employees (yearly average) Germany Abroad

Financial Data (in million)

Sales revenue

Profit before tax Profit after tax

Cash flows from operating activities Cash flows from investing activities attributable to operating activities

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2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

10,217

9,728

9,345

8,361

7,278

1,247

1,187

1,207

1,211

1,059

8,970

8,541

8,137

7,150

6,219

10,213

9,728

9,255

8,494

7,358

2,559

2,458

2,321

2,640

2,115

7,653

7,270

6,934

5,854

5,243

583

563

533

454

389

265

255

237

196

178

318

308

296

258

210

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

202,458

197,007

192,676

159,337

126,875

14,794

12,428

25,487

18,926

8,994

11,068

9,145

21,881

15,799

7,226

10,784

12,595

7,209

8,500

11,455

16,452

14,936

16,840

16,002

9,278

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VOLKSWAGEN SHARE KEY FIGURES

Dividend development

Number of no-par value shares at Dec. 31

Ordinary shares Preferred shares Dividend 1 per ordinary share per preferred share

Share price development 2

thousands

thousands

Ordinary shares

Closing

Annual high

Annual low

Preferred shares

Closing

Annual high

Annual low

Market capitalization at Dec. 31

Equity attributable to Volkswagen AG shareholders and hybrid capital investors at Dec. 31

Ratio of market capitalization to equity

Key figures per share

Earnings per ordinary share 4

billion

billion

factor

basic

diluted

Operating profit 5

Cash flows from operating activities 5

Equity 6

Price/earnings ratio 7

Ordinary shares

factor

Preferred shares

factor

Price/cash flow ratio 8

factor

Dividend yield 9

Ordinary shares

%

Preferred shares

%

Stock exchange turnover 10

Turnover of Volkswagen ordinary shares

Turnover of Volkswagen preferred shares

billion

million shares

billion

 

million shares

Volkswagen share of total DAX turnover

%

1)

Figures for the years 2010 to 2013 relate to dividends paid in the following year.

2)

For 2014 , the figures relate to the proposed dividend. Xetra prices.

3)

2012 figures adjusted in the 2013 annual financial statements to reflect application of IAS 19 R.

4)

Prior-year figures adjusted in accordance with IAS 33.26.

5)

Based on the weighted average number of ordinary and preferred shares outstanding basic), prior year adjusted according to IAS 33.26 .

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2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

295,090

295,090

295,090

295,090

295,046

180,641

170,148

170,143

170,143

170,143

4.80

4.00

3.50

3.00

2.20

4.86

4.06

3.56

3.06

2.26

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

180.10

196.90

162.75

103.65

105.90

197.35

196.90

162.75

136.95

118.50

150.70

132.60

106.20

84.50

62.30

184.65

204.15

172.15

115.75

121.40

203.35

204.15

172.70

151.00

136.90

150.25

138.50

118.00

88.54

55.83

86.5

92.8

77.3

50.3

51.9

90.0

87.7

77.7 3

57.5

46.0

0.96

1.06

1.00

0.87

1.13

2014

2013

2012 3

2011

2010

21.84

18.61

46.41

33.10

15.17

21.84

18.61

46.41

33.10

15.17

25.59

23.99

24.59

24.23

15.87

21.74

25.89

15.42

18.27

25.46

189.16

188.58

166.98

123.68

98.84

8.2

10.6

3.5

3.1

7.0

8.4

10.9

3.7

3.5

8.0

8.3

7.6

10.6

5.7

4.2

2.7

2.0

2.2

2.9

2.1

2.6

2.0

2.1

2.6

1.9

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

3.2

3.5

3.5

5.1

6.0

17.8

21.4

26.8

46.4

79.2

45.1

43.0

40.9

44.2

23.5

248.3

252.8

293.3

369.1

305.4

5.4

5.7

5.3

4.6

2.9

6)

7)

8)

9)

10)

Based on the total number of ordinary and preferred shares on December 31 (excluding potential shares from the mandatory convertible note). Ratio of year-end-closing price to earnings per share.

Using year-end-closing prices of the ordinary shares. Dividend per share based on the year-end-closing price. Order book turnover on the Xetra electronic trading platform (Deutsche Börse).

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PRODUCTION SITES IN GERMANY

25 7,14 23 4,15, 3, 13 29 12 28 5 8,21 26 17 6 11
25
7,14
23
4,15,
3, 13
29 12
28 5
8,21
26
17
6
11
9
10
20
19
2
24
16
1
22,27
18

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GERMANY

5

Brunswick

AUDI

( 79,483 employees; founded in 1909 , in 1965 acqui sition of 50 % of the capital of Auto-Union

( 6,862 employees) Steering units, front/rear axles, shock absorbers/levers, subframes/ swivel bearings, battery systems

GmbH; today more than 99 %

6

Kassel

owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

( 16,107 employees) Gearboxes, components: foundry,

1 Ingolstadt

( 40,027 employees) AUDI A 3 , AUDI A 3 SPORTBACK, AUDI A 4 , AUDI A 4 AVANT, AUDI A 4 ALLROAD, AUDI A 5 COUPÉ, AUDI A 5 SPORTBACK, AUDI Q 5, body components, chassis com - ponents, engine components; vehicle components, pressed components, aluminum cast components

2 Neckarsulm

( 15,900 employees) AUDI A 4 , AUDI A 5 CABRIOLET, AUDI A 6 , AUDI A 6 AVANT, AUDI A 6 ALLROAD, AUDI A 7 SPORTBACK, AUDI A 8 , AUDI R 8 COUPÉ, AUDI R8 SPYDER

VOLKSWAGEN AG

( 112,561 employees; founded as Volkswagenwerk GmbH in 1938 )

3

Wolfsburg

( 59,812 employees) GOLF, GOLF SPORTSVAN, E-GOLF, TIGUAN, TOURAN, components: press shop, chassis, plastics technology

4 Hanover

( 13,921 employees) T 5 , AMAROK, components:

foundry, heat exchangers

press shop, exhaust systems, electric drives

7 Emden

( 8,981 employees) PASSAT, PASSAT ESTATE, CC

8 Salzgitter

( 7,049 employees) Engines

Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH

( 11,079 employees; founded in 1990; wholly owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

9 Chemnitz

( 1,764 employees) Engines

10 Zwickau

( 8,785 employees) GOLF, GOLF ESTATE, PASSAT,

PASSAT ESTATE

11 Gläserne Manufaktur

Dresden

( 519 employees) PHAETON, BENTLEY FLYING SPUR

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PRODUCTION SITES IN GERMANY

Volkswagen Osnabrück GmbH

( 2,301 employees; founded

in 2009; wholly owned by

VOLKSWAGEN AG )

12

Osnabrück

XL 1, GOLF CABRIOLET, PORSCHE

BOXSTER, PORSCHE CAYMAN

Sitech Sitztechnik GmbH

( 2,397 employees; founded in 2001; wholly owned by SITECH Sp. z o.o.)

13 Wolfsburg

( 1,683 employees) Components: seating technology

14 Emden

( 415 employees) Components: seating technology

15 Hanover

( 298 employees) Components: seating technology

Porsche

( 22,190 employees; founded in 1931 ; wholly owned by

VOLKSWAGEN AG since 2012 )

16 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen

( 13,409 employees)

PORSCHE 911, PORSCHE 911 CABRIOLET, PORSCHE BOXSTER, PORSCHE SPYDER, V-/B-engines

17 Leipzig

( 3,061 employees) PORSCHE CAYENNE, PORSCHE PANAMERA, PORSCHE MACAN

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MAN

( 55,903 employees; founded in 1758, VOLKSWAGEN AG 74.04 %)

18

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 9,200 employees) Trucks, components:

cabs, driven axles

Munich

19

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 4,348 employees) Engines, components: crankshafts

Nuremberg

24

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 477 employees) Components:

reactor technology, high-pressure

and special apparatus

Deggendorf

25

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 602 employees) Components: steam turbines

Hamburg

26

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 2,005 employees) Components: compressors,

Oberhausen

20 Plauen

gas and steam turbines

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 254 employees)

27 Augsburg

Buses

(MAN SE / Renk AG)

( 1,155 employees)

21

Salzgitter

Gear units

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 2,529 employees)

28 Hanover

Trucks, bus chassis

(MAN SE / Renk AG)

Components: axles

( 361 employees) Components: slide bearings

22 Augsburg

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

29 Rheine

( 4,087 employees) Large-bore diesel engines, components: turbochargers

23 Berlin

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 572 employees) Components: compressors

(MAN SE / Renk AG)

( 506 employees) Gear units, components: couplings

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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE

58 34 54 55 56 57 32 33 53 51 47 38 44, 49 42
58
34
54
55
56
57
32
33
53
51
47
38
44, 49
42
41
45,46,47
50
48
30
67 69
68 70
62
59
43
61
35
60
37
72
36
39
40
31
66
63
64
65
71
52

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BELGIUM

AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V.

( 2,528 employees; founded in 1971; wholly owned by AUDI AG)

30 Brussels

AUDI A 1, AUDI A 1 SPORTBACK

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA

Volkswagen Sarajevo, d.o.o.

(founded in 1998; not con - solidated, 58% VOLKSWAGEN AG, 42% Prevent Sarajevo d.o.o.)

31 Sarajevo

components: flywheel ring gears, stub axles, wheel hubs

DENMARK

32 Frederikshavn

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 443 employees) Components: propulsion systems

33 Copenhagen

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 1,314 employees) Components: two-stroke com ponents, spare parts

FINLAND

34 Lahti (Scania AB)

( 298 employees) Buses

FRANCE

BUGATTI AUTOMOBILES S.A.S.

( 266 employees; founded in 1910 ; part of the Volkswagen Group since 1998 ; wholly owned by

Groupe VOLKSWAGEN France s.a.)

35 Molsheim

( 93 employees) VEYRON

36 Saint-Nazaire

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 673 employees) Diesel engines and spare parts

37 Angers

(Scania)

( 622 employees) Trucks

UNITED KINGDOM

Bentley Motors Ltd.

( 3,670 employees; founded in 1919 ;

wholly owned by Volkswagen Interna tional Finance N.V.)

38 Crewe

MULSANNE, FLYING SPUR, CONTINENTAL GT, CONTINENTAL GTC, engines

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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE

ITALY

Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

( 1,175 employees; founded in 1963; wholly owned by AUDI AG)

39 Sant’ Agata Bolognese

HURACÁN, AVENTADOR, engines

Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.

( 1,076 employees; founded in 1926 ; wholly owned by AUDI AG since 2101 )

40 Borgo Panigale

Motorcycles

THE NETHERLANDS

41 Meppel (Scania)

Components: paint-shop (cabs and frames)

42 Zwolle (Scania)

( 1,588 employees) Trucks

AUSTRIA

43

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 2,374 employees) Trucks, components: cabs

Steyr

POLAND

Volkswagen Poznan´ Sp. z o.o.

( 7,554 employees; founded in 1993; wholly owned by Volkswagen Inter- national Finance N.V.)

44

Pozna´n

CADDY 3, T 5, components: foundry

Volkswagen Motor Polska Sp. z o.o.

(founded in 1998; wholly owned by Volkswagen Inter national Finance N.V.)

45 Polkowice

( 1,331 employees) Engines

Sitech Sp. z o.o.

( 1,690 employees; founded in 1998; wholly owned by Volkswagen Inter national Finance N.V.)

46 Polkowice

Components: seating technology

47 Glogów

Components: seating technology

48

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 450 employees) Trucks

Kraków

49

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 957 employees) Buses

Poznan´

50 Starachowice

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 1,480 employees) Bus assembly, shells for buses and construction of frames

51 S ä upsk (Scania)

( 416 employees) Bus bodies

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PORTUGAL

SWEDEN

Volkswagen Autoeuropa, Lda.

Scania

( 3,369 employees; founded in 1991; 74% Volkswagen

( 35,925 employees; founded in 1891,

International Finance N.V.; 26% Global VW Automotive B.V.)

VOLKSWAGEN AG 99.57 % share capital, there of

86.22

% direct and

52

Palmela

13.35

% indirect)

EOS, SCIROCCO, SHARAN, SEAT ALHAMBRA

RUSSIA

OOO Volkswagen Group Rus

56 Södertälje

( 13,046 employees) Trucks, bus chassis, engines, gearboxes, components: axles

57 Oskarshamn

(founded in 2006; 28.06% VOLKSWAGEN AG, 16.80 % ã KODA AUTO a.s.,

( 1,811 employees) Components: cabs

55.14 % Volkswagen Finance

58

Luleå

Luxemburg S.A.)

( 523 employees) Components: frames and

53

Kaluga

rear axle housings

( 5,073 employees)

POLO SEDAN, TIGUAN,

ã KODA RAPID

SWITZERLAND

59 Winterthur

54 St. Petersburg

(MAN SE / Renk AG)

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 735 employees)

( 88 employees) Trucks

Industrial gear units

60 Zurich

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

55 St. Petersburg

( 960 employees)

(Scania)

Components:

Trucks

hermetically sealed compressors, vacuum blowers

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PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

SPAIN

VOLKSWAGEN SLOVAKIA, a.s.

SEAT

(founded in 1991 ; wholly owned by Volks wagen International Finance N.V.)

( 14,045 employees; founded in 1950 , wholly owned by Volkswagen International Finance N.V.)

61 Bratislava

63 Barcelona

( 8,938 employees) TOUAREG, UP!, E-UP!, AUDI Q 7, PORSCHE CAYENNE, ã KODA CITIGO, SEAT MII, gearboxes (assembly only)

62 Martin

( 825 employees) Components: gearboxes, chassis

( 1,128 employees) Components: press shop

64 Martorell

( 10,723 employees) IBIZA, IBIZA SC, IBIZA ST, LEÓN SC, LEÓN 5 DR, LEÓN ST, ALTEA, ALTEA XL, ALTEA FREETRACK, AUDI Q 3, engines (assembly only)

65 El Prat

( 1,088 employees) Gearboxes, components: foundry

Volkswagen Navarra, S.A.

( 4,274 employees; founded in 1993 when the Pamplona plant was spun off from SEAT S.A. as ”Fabrica Navarra de Automoviles S.A.“, wholly owned by SEAT, S.A.)

66 Pamplona

POLO, engines (assembly only)

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CZECH REPUBLIC

TURKEY

ã KODA AUTO

71

Ankara

( 25,889 employees; founded in 1895 ; wholly owned by Volkswagen International Finance N.V.)

67 Mladá Boleslav

( 20,637 employees) FABIA, FABIA COMBI, RAPID, RAPID SPACEBACK, OCTAVIA, OCTAVIA COMBI, SEAT TOLEDO, engines, gearboxes, components:

foundry and forge

68

Kvasiny

( 3,240 employees) YETI, ROOMSTER, PRAKTIK, SUPERB, SUPERB COMBI

69 Vrchlabí

( 754 employees) Gearboxes

70 Velká Bíte ç

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 195 employees) Components: turbochargers

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 1,745 employees) Buses

HUNGARY

AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft.

( 11,274 employees; founded in 1993 ; wholly owned by AUDI AG)

72

Győr

AUDI A 3 CABRIOLET, AUDI A 3 SEDAN, AUDI TT COUPÉ, AUDI TT ROADSTER, engines

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PRODUCTION SITES IN NORTH/SOUTH AMERICA

73 76 74,75 82 83 84 85 79 89 87 80 88 77 86 81
73
76
74,75
82 83
84
85
79
89 87
80
88
77
86
81
78

USA

Volkswagen Group of America Chattanooga Operations, LLC.

( 2,212 employees; founded in 2008; wholly owned by Volkswagen Group of America Inc.)

73 Chattanooga

PASSAT NAR

MEXICO

Volkswagen de México, S.A. de C.V.

(founded in 1964; wholly owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

74 Puebla

( 14,646 employees) JETTA, JETTA NAR, THE BEETLE, THE BEETLE CABRIOLET, GOLF, GOLF ESTATE, engines, components: foundry

75

Silao

( 663 employees) Engines

76 Querétaro

(MAN Latin America)

( 94 employees) Buses, trucks

ARGENTINA

Volkswagen Argentina S.A.

(founded in 1980; wholly owned by SEAT, S.A.)

77 Cordoba

( 1,784 employees) Gearboxes

78 Pacheco

( 5,364 employees) SURAN, AMAROK

79 Tucumán

(Scania)

( 505 employees) components : axle components

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25

BRAZIL

Volkswagen do Brasil Indústria de Veículos Automotores Ltda.

(founded in 1953; wholly owned by Volkswagen International Finance N.V.)

80 Anchieta

( 12,030 employees) GOL, NEW SAVEIRO

81 São José dos Pinhais

SOUTH AFRICA

Volkswagen of South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

( 4,130 employees; founded in 1956; wholly owned by VOLKSWAGEN AG)

86 Uitenhage

POLO, POLO VIVO, POLO SEDAN VIVO, engines

87 Olifantsfontein

( 2,586 employees)

(MAN Truck & Bus)

FOX, SPACEFOX

( 165 employees) Buses

82 São Carlos

( 746 employees)

88 Pinetown

Engines

(MAN Truck & Bus)

( 122 employees)

83

Taubaté

Trucks, bus chassis

( 4,320 employees) UP!, GOL , VOYAGE

84 Resende

(MAN Latin America)

( 1,905 employees) Trucks, bus chassis

85 São Paulo

(Scania)

( 3,590 employees) Trucks, bus chassis, engines, gearboxes, components: axles and cabs

89 Johannesburg

(Scania)

Trucks, buses

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PRODUCTION SITES IN ASIA/PACIFIC

103 105,108,112 111, 115 116 96 102 106,109 101 100,104, 113,114, 117 118 97 92
103 105,108,112
111, 115
116
96
102
106,109
101
100,104,
113,114,
117
118
97
92
107, 110
90
93
91
99
98
94
95
INDIA
92
Pithampur
(MAN Truck & Bus)
ã KODA AUTO India
Private Ltd.
( 864 employees; founded in 1999;
wholly owned by ã KODA AUTO a.s.)
( 787 employees)
Trucks, engines,
components: cabins, axles
93 Aurangabad
90 Aurangabad
(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

JETTA, ã KODA OCTAVIA, ã KODA SUPERB, ã KODA YETI, AUDI A 3 , AUDI A 4 , AUDI A6, AUDI Q 3, AUDI Q 5 , AUDI Q 7

Volkswagen India Private

Ltd. ( 3,421 employees; founded in 2007; VOLKSWAGEN AG 90.99 % share capital and 0.0001 % voting rights, Volkswagen International Finance N.V. 9.01 % share capital and 99.9999 % voting rights)

91 Pune

POLO, VENTO, ã KODA RAPID

( 377 employees) Large-bore diesel engines

94 Narasapura

(Scania)

Trucks, buses

MALAYSIA

95 Kuala Lumpur

(Scania)

Trucks, buses

SOUTH KOREA

96 Busan

(Scania)

Assembly of truck bodies

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TAIWAN

97 Ping Chen City

(Scania)

Trucks, buses

102

Yizheng

( 3,783 employees) POLO, SANTANA, ã KODA RAPID, ã KODA RAPID SPACEBACK

103 Urumqi

THAILAND

( 531 employees) SANTANA

DUCATI MOTOR CO.

104

Ningbo

(wholly owned by AUDI AG)

98 Amphur Pluakdaeng Rayong

( 167 employees) Motorcycles

99 Bang Pakong

( 2,336 employees) ã KODA SUPERB HAORUI, ã KODA OCTAVIA MINGRUI, LAMANDO

FAW-Volkswagen

Automotive Company, Ltd.

(Scania)

(founded in 1991;

Trucks, buses

20% VOLKSWAGEN AG,

PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC

10% Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 10 % AUDI AG,

OF CHINA

60% First Automobile Works Corp., FAW

Shanghai-Volkswagen Automotive Company, Ltd.

(founded in 1985; 40% VOLKSWAGEN AG, 10% Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 50% Shanghai Automotive Group Company Ltd./SAGCL)

105 Changchun

( 15,878 employees) NEW BORA, GOLF, MAGOTAN, CC, AUDI A 4 , AUDI A 6 , AUDI Q 3, AUDI Q 5, engines, gearboxes

106 Chengdu

 

( 7.212 employees)

100

Shanghai (Anting)

JETTA, SAGITAR, engines

( 19,498 employees) ã KODA FABIA JINGRUI, ã KODA OCTAVIA MINGRUI, ã KODA YETI, POLO, NEW LAVIDA, GRAN LAVIDA, TIGUAN, TOURAN, engines

101 Nanjing

( 4,805 employees) NEW LAVIDA, GRAN LAVIDA, NEW PASSAT

107 Foshan

( 4,501 employees) GOLF, AUDI A 3 SEDAN, AUDI A 3 SPORTBACK

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PRODUCTION SITES IN ASIA/PACIFIC

103 105,108,112 111, 115 116 96 102 106,109 101 100,104, 113,114, 117 118 97 92
103 105,108,112
111, 115
116
96
102
106,109
101
100,104,
113,114,
117
118
97
92
107, 110
90
93
91
99
98
94
95
Volkswagen FAW Platform
Company, Ltd.
Volkswagen FAW Engine
(Dalian) Co., Ltd.

(founded in 2005; 60% Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 40% FAWER Automobile Parts Co. Ltd.)

108

Changchun

( 974 employees) Components: axles, chassis

109

Chengdu

Components: axles, chassis

110 Foshan

Components: axles, chassis

(founded in 2005; 60% Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 40 % First Automobile Works Corp./ FAW)

111

Dalian

( 787 employees) Engines

112

Changchun

( 586 employees) Engines

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VOLKSWAGEN Transmission (Shanghai) Company, Ltd.

(founded in 2001; 60% Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 20% FAW-Car Company, 20% SAIC Motor Co., Ltd.)

113 Shanghai (Jiading)

( 444 employees) Gearboxes

Shanghai Volkswagen Powertrain Company, Ltd.

(founded in 2005; 60% Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd., 40% Shanghai Automotive Group Company Ltd./SAGCL)

114 Shanghai (Loutang)

( 1,575 employees) Engines

Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Dalian) Co., Ltd.

(founded in 2010; wholly owned by Volkswagen (China) Investment Company Ltd.)

115 Dalian

( 2,184 employees) Gearboxes

116 Tianjin

( 577 employees) Gearboxes

117 Changzhou

(MAN Diesel & Turbo)

( 501 employees) Components: turbochargers, compressors

118 Shanghai

(Sitech DongChang Automotive Seating Technology Ltd.)

Components: seating technology

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GROUP PRODUCTION SITES BY COUNTRIES

USA 1 (1 / 0) Mexico 3 (2 / 1) Brazil 6 (5 / 1)
USA 1 (1 / 0)
Mexico 3 (2 / 1)
Brazil 6 (5 / 1)
Argentina 3 (1 / 2)
South Africa 4 (4 / 0)
Notes*:
T = Total
V
= Vehicle production sites
C
= Component production sites
**
Asean: Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan

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T* (V/ C)* Germany 29 (13 / 16) Poland 8 (5 / 3) Spain 4
T*
(V/ C)*
Germany
29
(13 / 16)
Poland
8
(5 / 3)
Spain
4
(2 / 2)
Czech Republic
4
(2 / 2)
Sweden
3
(1 / 2)
France
3
(2 / 1)
Russia
3
(3 / 0)
The Netherlands
2
(1 / 1)
Switzerland
2
(0 / 2)
China 19 (8 / 11)
Slovak Republic
2
(1 / 1)
Denmark
2
(0 / 2)
India 5 (4 / 1)
Italy
2
(2 / 0)
Austria
1
(1 / 0)
Asean** 5 (5/ 0)
Bosnia-Herzegovina
1
(0 / 1)
United Kingdom
1
(1 / 0)
Belgium
1
(1 / 0)
Portugal
1
(1 / 0)
Hungary
1
(1 / 0)
Turkey
1
(1 / 0)
Finland
1
(1 / 0)
Europe
72
(39 / 33)

Group production sites in total: 118 (69 / 49)

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GROUP PRODUCTION SITES BY BRANDS

Europe 16 1 2 4 1 9 3 2 24 3 1 5 1 USA
Europe
16
1
2
4
1 9
3
2 24
3
1 5
1
USA
1
Mexico
2
1
Brazil
4
1
1
Argentina
South Africa
2
1
1
1
2

*Asean: Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan

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Worldwide 44 4 3 China 4 17 1 1 1 1 1 India Asean* 2
Worldwide
44
4
3
China
4
17
1
1
1
1
1
India
Asean*
2
1
1
2
1
4
2
1
17
2
31
6
118

118 Group production sites

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PA S S E N G E R C A R

D E L I V E R I E S

TO CUSTOMERS BY MARKET*

   

Deliveries

Change

(Units)

 

2014

2013

Europe/Other Markets

3,893,726

3,715,349

+ 4.8 %

Western Europe

2,912,905

2,734,534

+ 6.5 %

 

of which: Germany

1,092,675

1,044,477

+ 4.6 %

 

United Kingdom

510,481

454,400

+

12.3 %

 

France

249,311

245,926

+ 1.4 %

 

Italy

190,671

176,231

+ 8.2 %

 

Spain

203,870

173,893

+

17.2 %

Central- and Eastern Europe

606,801

599,231

+1.3 %

 

of which: Russia

253,176

287,258

11.9 %

 

Czech Republic

100,967

83,215

+ 21.3 %

 

Poland

95,790

75,920

+ 26.2 %

Other Markets

374,020

381,584

2.0 %

 

of which: Turkey

128,592

126,853

+ 1.4 %

 

South Africa

100,058

103,805

3.6 %

North America

884,454

884,440

+ 0.0 %

 

of which: USA

599,734

611,747

2.0 %

 

Mexico

189,328

185,640

+ 2.0 %

 

Canada

95,392

87,053

+ 9.6 %

South America

690,101

831,465

17.0 %

 

of which: Brazil

554,828

631,383

12.1 %

 

Argentina

95,086

156,443

39.2 %

Asia-Pacific

4,022,640

3,616,163

+ 11.2 %

 

of which: China

3,668,433

3,266,235

+

12.3 %

 

Japan

104,218

100,535

+

3.7 %

 

India

70,656

92,561

23.7 %

Worldwide

9,490,921

9,047,417

+ 4.9 %

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

6,118,617

6,021,750

+ 1.6 %

 

Audi

1,741,129

1,575,480

+ 10.5 %

ã

KODA

1,037,226

920,750

+ 12.7 %

SEAT

390,505

355,004

+ 10.0 %

Bentley

11,020

10,120

+

8.9 %

Lamborghini

2,530

2,121

+ 19.3 %

Porsche

189,849

162,145

+ 17.1 %

Bugatti

45

47

4.3 %

* Deliveries for 2013 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends. The figures include the Chinese joint venture companies. The Saveiro model, which is sold mainly in South America, is reported in the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand retrospectively as of January 1, 2013 .

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TO CUSTOMERS BY MARKET*

V E H I C L E

D E L I V E R I E S

35

   

Deliveries

Change

(Units)

 

2014

2013

Europe/Other Markets

498,325

485,772

+ 2.6 %

Western Europe

361,372

349,208

+ 3.5 %

Central- and Eastern Europe

64,052

69,039

7.2 %

Other Markets

72,901

67,525

+ 8.0 %

North America

8,331

6,121

+

36.1 %

South America

104,728

160,834

34.9 %

of which: Brazil

74,977

123,816

39.4 %

Asia-Pacific

35,082

30,443

+ 15.2 %

of which: China

6,887

4,868

+ 41.5 %

Worldwide

646,466

683,170

5.4 %

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

446,596

462,373

3.4 %

Scania

79,782

80,464

0.8 %

MAN

120,088

140,333

14.4 %

VOLKSWAGEN GROUP DELIVERIES

   

Deliveries

Change

(Units)

 

2014

2013

Passenger Cars

9,490,921

9,047,417

+ 4.9 %

Commercial Vehicles

646,466

683,170

5.4 %

Total

10,137,387

9,730,587

+ 4.2 %

* Deliveries for 2013 have been updated to reflect subsequent statistical trends. The Saveiro model, which is sold mainly in South America, is reported in the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand retrospectively as of January 1, 2013 .

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