Volkswagen Group China
Volkswagen Group is one of the earliest and most successful international partners of China’s automobile industry. As early as 1978, Volkswagen Group started contacts with China. In October 1984, SAIC Volkswagen Corporation Ltd., Volkswagen Group’s first joint venture in China, laid its foundation in Shanghai. In February 1991, FAW-Volkswagen Corporation Ltd. was established in Changchun, creating Volkswagen Group’s second joint venture in China. In June 2017, Volkswagen Group launched a new joint venture with Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group Corp., Ltd. for e-mobility in China. The business scope of Volkswagen Group in China includes the production, sales and services of complete vehicles and parts, such as engines and transmissions. Some of the Group auto brands — including VGIC, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Brand, Audi, ŠKODA, Porsche, Bentley, Lamborghini, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, MAN, Scania and Ducati — have a business presence in China through Volkswagen Group China and its subsidiaries. In 2018, Volkswagen Group China delivered 4.21 million vehicles to customers in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, together with its two Chinese joint ventures, SAIC VOLKSWAGEN and FAW-Volkswagen.* The company description for this page is added by the organisation and is not written by Top Employers Institute.