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Volkswagen states that 2022 saw a 23.6% year-on-year growth in electric vehicle deliveries, despite a strained supply situation.

24 Jan 2023 | International News : Germany

Volkswagen has announced that it saw sales of its all-electric vehicles reach 330,000 units in 2022.

This sales figure represents a growth of 23.6% year-on-year. Sales of vehicles of all types, meanwhile, at 4.56 million, was down 6.8%, although Volkswagen attributes this to a strained supply situation. It states that its order backlog remains high, with a total of 640,000 customers in Europe alone having placed orders for its models across all drive types.

The Volkswagen T-Roc was the firm's best-selling SUV in Europe
The firm additionally states that it delivered 170,000 units of the ID.4 to customers in 2022, making it the group's top performing electric world car. The firm also doubled its deliveries of all-electric models in China, with sales of its ID.3, ID.4, and ID.6 reaching a total of 143,100, a growth of 102.9%.

Additionally, Volkswagen also saw continued demand for its SUVs, with the body style accounting for 45% of total deliveries. This figure rises to as high as 80% in the U.S.A, while the T-Roc was the firm's best-selling vehicle in the SUV market in Europe.

The firm is targeting to offer the broadest portfolio of electric models, with 10 new electric models set to join its lineup by 2026. This lineup will start from an entry-level e-car, to the flagship ID.7.

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