Volkswagen Group Sales India Private Limited
Type Subsidiary
Founded 2007
Headquarters Pune, Maharashtra
Number of locations 2 (Aurangabad, Chakan)[1][2][3][4]
Area served India
Key people Mr. Joerg Mueller,
President and Managing Director[5]
Industry Automotive
Products Automobiles
Production output 55,649 units (2010)
Audi - 3,003 units
Volkswagen - 32,627 units
Škoda - 20,019 units
Parent Volkswagen Group

Volkswagen Group Sales India Private Limited is the wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Group in India. Its operations are spearheaded by three of Group division companies:

They focus on manufacture and sales of Audi, Volkswagen and Škoda vehicles in India.[6]

Production FacilitiesEdit

Volkswagen Group Sales India Private Limited operates a manufacturing plant at Chakan, near Pune, Maharashtra with a annual capacity of 110,000 vehicles for production of Volkswagen branded vehicles. The Chakan Plant is also used by SAIPL to manufacture the Škoda Fabia. It also shares a manufacturing/assembly plant in Aurangabad, Maharashtra which is operated by Škoda Auto India Private Limited for production of Audi branded vehicles.


Manufactured locallyEdit



Manufactured locallyEdit


Škoda AutoEdit

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Sales and Service NetworkEdit

VGSIPL's vehicle brands have a combined dealership network of more than 153 dealerships in more than 56 cities all over India.

Sales PerformanceEdit

In the year 2010-11, VGSIPL recorded combined sales of 55,649 vehicles.

See alsoEdit


  1. "Production Plants". Volkswagen AG (31 December 2008). Retrieved on 21 December 2009.
  2. "Sites (Audi Group)". 10 March 2009, Retrieved on <time class="dtstart" datetime="21 December 2009">21 December 2009</time>. 
  3. "Škoda Auto (India) - FAQ's". ŠkodaAuto India (2008). Retrieved on 21 December 2009.
  4. "Volkswagen opens new plant in Pune / India". Volkswagen AG (31 March 2009). Retrieved on 21 December 2009.
  5. Volkswagen Accelerates Focus on Southern India Market
  6. "Volkswagen India". (2009-03-13). Retrieved on 2009-10-15.
  7. Audi India > Models
  8. Models

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