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10/25/18
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Volkswagen expects an SUV share of 50% by 2025

Volkswagen expects an SUV share of 50% by 2025
The Touareg is at the top end of Volkswagen‘s SUV range, while the T-Roc is currently the brand‘s smallest SUV. In this respect, it will be succeeded by the new T-Cross, which will make its world debut this Thursday.
  • Volkswagen anticipates especially strong SUV growth in North and South America, as well as in China
  • By 2025, the Volkswagen brand will be offering more than 30 SUV models throughout the world
  • In the smallest segment, the new T-Cross rounds off the SUV product portfolio at the bottom

Volkswagen continues with the largest SUV offensive in the company’s history. By 2025, every second Volkswagen passenger cars sold throughout the world will probably be an SUV. This already applies to every fifth car sold now. The brand expects especially strong growth in SUV sales in North and South America, as well as in China. By 2025, Volkswagen will be offering more than 30 SUV models throughout the world. With the new Polo-sized T-Cross, the brand is rounding off its SUV product portfolio at the bottom in the smallest segment. This Thursday the T-Cross is to make its world debut and will be unveiled at the same time in Europe, China and South America.

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