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Drivers wondering ‘who owns Volkswagen?’ will find the larger Volkswagen Group actually owns more than just Volkswagen itself. Curious to find out more? Simply read on for answers to the following questions:
The Volkswagen Group of America takes care of the production and sale of their cars and SUVs across the United States. Each year, they work with over 600 independently-owned Volkswagen dealerships to make that happen, and they’re also tasked with handling:
They essentially own Volkswagen right here in America. You’ll find the Volkswagen Group of America based in Herndon, VA.
Volkswagen has a truly global reach. You’ll find 100 manufacturing facilities in 27 different countries across five continents. The largest Volkswagen factory is still in the brand’s hometown of Wolfsburg, Germany, and all the following popular models are manufactured at that site:
Volkswagen is naturally part of the Volkswagen Group, but only one part. The Volkswagen Group was ranked seventh in the 2018 Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s largest companies and current sells passenger cars from:
The Volkswagen Group also produces:
The Volkswagen Group of America directs U.S activities at the Volkswagen manufacturing facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Completed in 2011, it’s currently home to more than 2,000 employees and produces approximately 150,000 cars and SUVs annually.
That Chattanooga plant was purpose built to produce the Volkswagen Passat midsize car, which was designed expressly with American drivers in mind. It also started producing the Volkswagen Atlas SUV in 2017.