Argentina 38,019 71,479 –46.8
Asia-Pacific 2,051,094 2,155,381 –4.8
of which: China 1,914,071 1,992,359 –3.9
Japan 39,169 43,992 –11.0
India 25,264 30,831 –18.1
Worldwide 5,242,011 5,407,298 –3.1
Volkswagen Passenger Cars 2,998,182 3,118,702 –3.9
Audi 906,180 949,233 –4.5
ŠKODA 620,935 652,735 –4.9
SEAT 314,279 289,946 +8.4
Bentley 4,785 4,430 +8.0
Lamborghini 4,553 2,327 +95.7
Porsche 133,484 130,598 +2.2
Bugatti 42 34 +23.5
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles 259,571 259,293 +0.1
1 Prior-year deliveries have been updated or amended to reflect subsequent statistical trends and the changed reporting structure. The figures include the Chinese joint ventures.
Interim Management Report 13 Business Development
Deliveries in North America
In a declining market for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in North America, demand for Group models fell by 0.9% from January to June this year compared to the same period of 2018. The Group’s share of the market in this region amounted to 4.6 (4.5)%. The Tiguan Allspace and Jetta from Volkswagen Passenger Cars were the Volkswagen Group’s most in-demand models in North America.
In the first six months of 2019, the Volkswagen Group delivered 2.1% more vehicles to customers in the declining US market than in the same period of the previous year. The biggest increases of all Group models were recorded by the Jetta, Tiguan Allspace and Atlas from the Volkswagen Passen-ger Cars brand, the Audi Q5, Audi A6 and Porsche Cayenne. The Audi e-tron was successfully rolled out.
In Canada, deliveries to Volkswagen Group customers fell by 6.9% year-on-year in the reporting period. The market as a whole also declined during this period. The Tiguan Allspace and Jetta models from Volkswagen Passenger Cars were par-ticularly popular.
In a weaker overall market in Mexico, we handed over 7.3% fewer vehicles to customers than in the same period of the previous year. The Group models with the highest volume of demand