Manufacturing News

VW Group deliveries advance in February despite holiday

Volkswagen Group's China deliveries rose 14 percent from a year earlier to 253,200 last month despite the Chinese New Year holiday.

The growth came because of strong demand for crossovers and SUVs, the German auto giant said.

In February, sales of the Volkswagen brand increased 11 percent to 189,100.

Skoda deliveries surged 31 percent to 19,600 while Audi sales jumped 22 percent to 39,364.

VW Group didn’t reveal sales of its other brands in China.

The weeklong New Year holiday was observed from Feb. 15-21. Last year, it ran from Jan. 27-Feb. 2.

In the first two months, VW remained the largest light-vehicle seller in China, with local sales advancing 15 percent year on year to 651,800 vehicles.

General Motors trailed in the No. 2 slot, with deliveries increasing 12 percent to 633,706 vehicles in the same period.

Most Viewed in 24 Hours


Start a Digital Twin Journey from Engineering Simulation

Accenture releases survey of digital transformation

CIMC Reduces Unplanned Downtime by 30% with Greater Operational Insight from ThingWorx

Ansys Simulation Speeding up Autonomous Vehicles

  • Tel : 0086-27-87592219
  • Email :
  • Add: 3B1 International Business Center, No. 18 Jinronggang Road (No.4), East Lake High-tech Development Zone, Wuhan, Hubei, PRC. 430223
  • ICP Business License: 鄂B2-20030029-9
  • Copyright © e-works All Rights Reserved