History of the Volkswagen Group

History of the Volkswagen Group

Volkswagen Group (DE0007664005) (TYO: 7659) is a group of German corporation, which is one of the automakers group number 3 in the world, after Toyota Motor Corporation and General Motors. The company's main markets are Europe, and a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group has a well-known automobile brands such as Audi, Bentley, Skoda, Lamborghini, SEAT, Porsche, Scania AB and certainly, VW.

Volkswagen's second-largest market is China where its subsidiary, Volkswagen Group China is the largest foreign automaker.

Now Volkswagen has had a 19.9% stake in Suzuki Motor Corporation.
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The company originated from a German company founded in 1937 as a public concern that the Nazi government tried to sell a car that legendary VW Beetle serkarang. After World War II in 1945, British troops took over the plant are exposed to the bomb and the Beetle started production again during the difficult post-war, which must be faced by Germany. In 1948, the British Government handed the company back to Germany, where the company is governed by the former head of Opel, Heinrich Nordhoff.

Audi branch:

* Audi
* Lamborghini

Volkswagen branch:

* Volkswagen
* Bentley
* Skoda
* Bugatti

Commercial brands:

* Scania
* Volkswagen car Commercial

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