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Volkswagen Group’s all-electric deliveries up 25 percent after nine months

  • 366,400 all-electric vehicles (BEVs) have been handed over to customers by the end of September (Q1-Q3 2021: 293,000) despite ongoing supply constraints
  • Strong demand: BEV order bank in Western Europe above 350,000 vehicles
  • China remains the main driver with BEV deliveries more than doubling to 112,700 units (Q1-Q3 2021: 47,100)
  • Hildegard Wortmann, Member of the Extended Executive Committee: “Customers love our brands’ all-electric model range which is the broadest in the industry. Due to the strong demand and ongoing supply constraints, our order bank remains on a high level. However, we reached a BEV share of 6.8 percent in Q3, the highest so far this year.”

The Volkswagen Group continued to drive forward its successful global electric offensive. The deliveries of all-electric vehicles were up 25 percent in the first nine months year-on-year. Despite ongoing supply constraints, 366,400 BEVs have been handed over to customers until the end of September, up from 293,000 in the prior-year period. The BEV share of total deliveries climbed to 6.0 percent in that timeframe, up from 4.2 percent in the same period of 2021. China remains the biggest driver with 112,700 BEVs – more than twice as many as at the end of Q3 2021.

On a regional basis, Europe clearly remained in the lead with 211,900 vehicles (58 percent of Group total) in the first nine months. Second biggest BEV market for the Group was China with 112,700 deliveries (31 percent of Group total). The USA corresponded to 8 percent of the Group’s global BEV deliveries with 28,900 vehicles.

By the end of September, the Volkswagen brand delivered 207,200 BEVs to customers (57 percent of Group total). This was followed by Audi with 77,000 vehicles (21 percent of Group total), ŠKODA with 36,900 vehicles (10 percent of Group total), Porsche with 25,100 vehicles (7 percent of Group total), and SEAT/CUPRA with 17,600 vehicles (5 percent of Group total).

The top selling BEV models in the first nine months of 2022 were as follows:

– Volkswagen ID.4/ID.5 122,600 units
– Volkswagen ID.3 45,500 units
– ŠKODA Enyaq iV (incl. Coupé) 36,900 units
– Audi e-tron (incl. Sportback) 36,400 units
– Audi Q4 e-tron (incl. Sportback) 29,700 units
– Volkswagen ID.6 27.500 units
– Porsche Taycan (incl. Cross Turismo) 25,100 units
– CUPRA Born 17,500 units


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