Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) managed to deliver 409,400 vehicles to customers in 2023, 24.6 per cent more than in the same period last year. At the same time, the number of electric models delivered almost quadrupled from 7,500 in 2022 to 29,300 in 2023, and the share of electric vehicles sold by VWCV was 7.1 per cent.

In 2023, 28,600 ID. Buzz left the factory and were handed over to customers. About 6,000 ID. Buzz had been handed over to customers in 2022. In total, VWCV managed to deliver 29,300 electric van models (+290 per cent compared to the previous year). In the thermal range, with 156,900 units delivered to customers (an increase of 10% compared to the previous year), the T Series remains Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ highest volume model. In the case of the Amarok, a total of 65,800 vehicles were delivered to customers in 2023. This corresponds to an increase of 65.3% compared to 2022.

The thermal range and 2024 outlooks within Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

The number of Caddy units delivered rose by 13.3 per cent to 91,500, while the Crafter saw an increase in deliveries by 12%, reaching 66,500 vehicles in 2023. In 2024, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will celebrate the world premiere of the new Transporter, thus completing the trio comprising ID. Buzz, Multivan and new Transporter. The new California will also make its global debut in 2024, with some electric upgrades.

“2023 was a highly successful year for Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles,” commented Lars Krause, member of the Board of Management responsible for Sales and Marketing at VWCV. “I am particularly pleased that our new products such as the Amarok and the ID. Buzz have quickly arrived on the market. In total, we increased deliveries to customers by more than 24 per cent compared to the previous year and look forward to 2024 full of optimism. With the other ID. Buzz variants, the new California and the new Transporter, we are presenting important product innovations for our private and commercial customers.”


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