Volkswagen continues to make rapid progress with the transition to electric mobility: global deliveries of fully electric vehicles (Battery Electric Vehicles – BEVs) increased by 23.6% year-on-year, with almost 330,000 units. Overall, Volkswagen brand deliveries of all drive types were slightly lower than the previous year due to tight supply conditions: 4.56 million vehicles (-6.8%) were delivered to customers worldwide in 2022. The book is still very high. In Europe, approximately 640,000 customers placed orders for Volkswagen models in all drive variants (+18 percent).
Imelda Labbe, Member of the Board for Sales, Marketing and After Sales, said: “We achieved a strong sales result in 2022 despite continuing supply constraints. The clear growth of BEV models confirms that with our attractive product portfolio, we are on the right track to become the most desirable brand for sustainable mobility. The roadmap is clear: With the Accelerate strategy, Volkswagen is accelerating the pace of its electric campaign with ten new electric models by 2026. Volkswagen already has the widest portfolio of electric models. By 2026, the brand will have the right product in every segment, from an entry-level electric car to a new flagship ID with a target price of less than €25,000.7 2 ,
The ID.4 is the best electric car in the world
Volkswagen. Volkswagen’s all-electric ID. These models are receiving positive response in the global automotive markets. With around 170,000 units to be delivered to customers in 2022, the ID.4 is Volkswagen Group’s best electric car in the world.
In China, the company’s biggest sales market, deliveries of all-electric models of the Volkswagen ID more than doubled. Family: 143.100 ID.3 3 ID.4 Y ID.6 4 They were delivered to customers there in 2022 (+102.9 percent).
Sales also increased significantly in North America: overall, the company delivered 22,700 ID.4s (+27.7 percent) in the region.
With nearly 8,900 units delivered, the ID.4 was the best-selling car in Sweden across all driving ranges. This creates an ID. Best-selling car model in Sweden for the third consecutive year (2020: ID.3; 2021: ID.4).
Electric Mobility Campaign: Over 580,000 MEB-Based Cars Delivered
Volkswagen has reached the first milestone in its electric mobility campaign. Since the first ID.3 was delivered to a customer in September 2020, Volkswagen has delivered more than 580,000 models of the ID. family around the world. Technical basis for ID. The model is the Modular Electric Drive Matrix (MEB). Last week, Volkswagen introduced the latest addition to the ID. family at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, a specially camouflaged ID.7. With the sedan, Volkswagen is expanding its electric portfolio into the high-volume, upper-middle-class segment.
The SUV trend continues
Despite a challenging market environment, Volkswagen will deliver approximately 4.56 million vehicles across all drive types to customers in 2022 (-6.8 percent).
SUV is the fastest growing market segment. Volkswagen was quick to systematically adapt its portfolio to this trend. The share of SUVs in total deliveries has increased to 45% (+4%). More than 80 per cent of Volkswagen’s deliveries in the US are in the SUV segment. In Europe, the T-Roc is the best-selling vehicle in the SUV market.
Volkswagen expects 2023 to be another volatile and challenging year due to persistent semiconductor supply constraints. However, the company expects a gradual improvement in supply conditions, with production stabilizing as the year progresses. “We are making every effort to shorten delivery times for our customers and clear a large number of backorders as quickly as possible,” said Labbe Sales Board Member.
1 ID.4 – ID.4 Pro Performance 150 kW (204 PS) – Power consumption in kWh/100 km: Mixed: 18.7 – 16.4; CO₂ emissions in g/km: 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and according to NEDC are not available for the vehicle
2 ID.7 – Prototype vehicle nearing production – vehicle will not be available for sale
3 ID.3 – Energy consumption in kWh/100 km: Mixed: 16.0-15.3; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values as per WLTP are available for the vehicle and not as per NEDC
4 ID.6 – Vehicle is not sold in Germany