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List of Volkswagen Group factories

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Countries with Volkswagen Group factories around the world
Countries with Volkswagen Group factories around the world

This list of Volkswagen Group factories details the current[1] and former manufacturing facilities operated by the automotive concern Volkswagen Group, and its subsidiaries. These include its mainstream marques of Volkswagen Passenger Cars,[2] Audi,[3][4] SEAT,[5] Škoda[6][7] and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, along with their premium marques of Ducati, Lamborghini, Porsche, Bentley, and Bugatti, and also includes plants of their major controlling interest in the Swedish truck-maker Scania.[8]

The German Volkswagen Group is the largest automaker in the world as of 2015. [1] As of 2019, it has 136 production plants, and employs around 670,000 people around the world who produce a daily output of over 26,600 motor vehicles and related major components, for sale in over 150 countries.[1]

Factories

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML

Notes: In the second column of the table:- the 'factory VIN ID code',[9] this is indicated in the 11th digit of the vehicles' 17 digit Vehicle Identification Number, and this factory code is only assigned to plants which produce actual completed vehicles. Component factories which do not produce complete vehicles do not have this factory ID code.

Plant
name
Plant
VIN ID
code(s)
Location
(continent,
country)
Location
(town / city,
state / region)
Current
vehicle
production
Former
vehicle
production
Automotive
products &
components
Year
opened
Year
closed
Number of
employees
Note Plant
coordinates
Anchieta
[1]
P
0 (Polo 9N)
South
America
,
 Brazil
São Bernardo
do Campo
,
Greater São Paulo,
São Paulo state
VW Saveiro
VW Polo Mk6
VW Virtus
VW Nivus
VW Beetle
VW Fox
VW Gol
VW 1600 TL/1600 sedan
VW 1600 Variant/Variant II
VW Brasília
VW SP1/SP2
VW Polo Mk4
VW Passat (B1)
VW Santana (B2)
VW Santana Quantum/Quantum (B2)
VW Kombi (T1)
VW Kombi (T2)
Ford Versailles
Ford Royale
Engines,
Gearboxes
1959 7,300 Oldest currently operating Volkswagen Group factory outside of Europe.
Part of Volkswagen do Brasil Indústria de Veículos Automotores Ltda.
Part of Autolatina venture with Ford from 1987-1996.
23°44′07″S 46°32′48″W / 23.735217°S 46.54653°W / -23.735217; -46.54653 (Volkswagen Anchieta)
Angers
[1][10]
9 Scania Europe,
 France
Angers,
Maine-
et-Loire
,
Pays de la Loire
Scania truck assembly 1992 622 Scania Production Angers S.A.S. factory and assembly line, part of Scania AB 47°30′4″N 0°30′55″W / 47.50111°N 0.51528°W / 47.50111; -0.51528 (Scania Production S.A.S., Angers)
Ankara
[1]
Asia,
 Turkey
Ankara,
Ankara Province
MAN Lion's City
MAN Lion's Intercity
MAN Lion's Coach

Neoplan Cityliner
Neoplan Skyliner
Neoplan Tourliner

1985 3,539 MAN Truck & Bus plant.
MAN Türkiye A.Ş. (MANAŞ)
Anting
(SAIC
Volkswagen
)
[1][11]
2 Asia,
 China
Anting,
Jiading
District
,
Shanghai
VW Lavida
VW Polo
VW Tiguan
VW Tiguan X
VW T-Cross

VW Phideon

VW ID.3
VW ID.4 X
VW ID.6 X

Audi A7L
Audi Q5 e-tron

VW Santana Vista

VW Passat Lingyu

Škoda Fabia

Škoda Octavia

VW Touran

Engines
Battery systems
1985 17,294 SVW (SAIC Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd.) consists of a total area of 3.33 km2, and includes a floor space of 0.9 km2. One of the largest car-makers in China, it produces 500,000 units annually. There are 4 vehicle assembly plants, the newest of which is the New Energy Vehicle Plant, which builds EV's on VW's MEB platform. Audi A7L is built in Plant No. 3. 31°17′45″N 121°10′40″E / 31.29583°N 121.17778°E / 31.29583; 121.17778 (Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive (SVW), Anting)
Anting-Jiading
Volkswagen
Transmission
Asia,
 China
Anting,
Jiading
District
,
Shanghai
Transmissions including:
MQ200 Manual Transmissions
2002 Closing in March 2023 Volkswagen Transmission (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
60% owned by VW (China) Investment Co., Ltd., 20% owned by FAW Car, & 20% owned by SAIC Motor.
Aurangabad
Shendra
[1][4][12]
A Škoda
Y Audi
Asia,
 India
Shendra,
Aurangabad,
Maharashtra
Audi A4 (B9)
Audi A6 (C8)
Audi Q5 (80A)
Audi Q7 (4M)

VW Tiguan (SWB)

Škoda Kodiaq
Škoda Octavia (NX)
Škoda Superb (B8)

Audi A3 (8V)
Audi A4 (B7)
Audi A4 (B8)
Audi A6 (C6)
Audi A6 (C7)
Audi Q3 (8U)
Audi Q5 (8R)
Audi Q7 (4L)

Škoda Octavia (1U)
Škoda Octavia (1Z)

Škoda Octavia (5E)
Škoda Superb (B6)
Škoda Yeti

VW Jetta (1K)
VW Jetta (1B)
VW Passat (B6)
VW Passat (B7)
VW Passat (B8)

Engines 2001 864 Headquarters of Škoda Auto India and Audi India. All Audi brand vehicles made in India are manufactured here. 0.3 km2. 19°52′23″N 75°29′18″E / 19.87306°N 75.48833°E / 19.87306; 75.48833 (ŠkodaAuto India Aurangabad / Audi India Aurangabad)
Barcelona,
Zona Franca
Press Shop
[1]
Europe,
 Spain
Zona Franca,
Barcelona,
Catalonia
pre-VAG SEAT cars including: SEAT 600
SEAT 800
SEAT 133
SEAT Panda
SEAT Marbella
SEAT 850
SEAT 127
SEAT Fura
SEAT 128
SEAT Ritmo
SEAT Ronda
SEAT 124
SEAT 1430
SEAT 131
SEAT 1400
SEAT 1500
SEAT 132
SEAT Trans/Terra
SEAT Ibiza Mk1
SEAT Málaga

SEAT Toledo Mk1

VW Passat (B2)
VW Santana

Stamped
body
parts,
Components
1953 1998 (Vehicle production) 1,128

(Production:
1,516,
Administrative areas:
108)
Former
SEAT, S.A. main factory and production line, now solely a press shop plant,
also hosting SEAT's Training centre. Vehicle production moved to the newer Martorell plant.
Oldest currently operating Volkswagen Group factory outside of Germany.
41°20′15.37″N 2°8′20.20″E / 41.3376028°N 2.1389444°E / 41.3376028; 2.1389444 (SEAT Zona Franca Press Shop, S.A., Barcelona)
VW Bratislava
[1][4][13]
C Škoda
D
Europe,
 Slovakia
Devínska Nová Ves, Bratislava,
Bratislava
Region
VW Touareg
Audi Q7
Audi Q8
Porsche Cayenne
Porsche Cayenne Coupe
VW up!
Škoda Karoq
SEAT Ibiza (Mk3)
SEAT Mii
Škoda Citigo
Škoda Octavia (Mk2)
VW Polo Mk3
VW Polo Mk4
VW Golf Mk3 Variant
VW Golf Mk4 Variant
VW Golf Mk3
VW Golf Mk4
VW R32 MK4
VW Bora
VW Passat (B3)
VW Passat (B5)

Porsche Cayenne (9PA & 92A) bodyshells for completion in Leipzig, Germany

Manual Transmission assembly including MQ250,
Stampings
1991
1994 (Transmissions)
10,884 Originally, 80% owned by VW and 20% owned by BAZ and known as Volkswagen Bratislava, s.r.o. Became 100% owned by VW in 1995. Reorganized as Volkswagen Slovakia, a.s. in 1999. The only factory to produce the Golf Syncro four-wheel drive version. Headquarters, and part of Volkswagen Slovakia, a.s. 48°14′03″N 16°59′16″E / 48.234135°N 16.98791°E / 48.234135; 16.98791 (Volkswagen Bratislava)
Braunschweig
(Brunswick)
[1]
Europe,
 Germany
Braunschweig,
Lower
Saxony
Axles,
Steering units,
Plastic parts,
Vehicle components,
Tools and machines,
Battery systems
1938 6,372 Also produces components for non-VW Group companies 52°17′37″N 10°31′22″E / 52.29361°N 10.52278°E / 52.29361; 10.52278 (Volkswagen-Werk Braunschweig (Brunswick))
Brussels
[1][4]
B Europe,
 Belgium
Forest/Vorst,
Brussels
Audi e-tron/
 Q8 e-tron

Audi e-tron Sportback/ Q8 Sportback e-tron 

SEAT León (1M)
SEAT Toledo (1M)

VW Beetle
VW Karmann Ghia (Type 14)
VW Type 2 (T1)
Porsche 356

VW Lupo
VW Golf Mk1
VW Golf Mk2
VW Golf Mk3
VW Golf Mk4
VW Golf Mk5
VW Passat (B1)
VW Passat (B2)
VW Passat (B3)
VW Passat (B4)
VW Polo Mk4

Audi A3 Sportback (8P)
Audi A1 (8X)

Battery systems 1949 3,076 Originally opened by D’Ieteren to build Studebakers. First built VW's in 1954 alongside Studebaker cars and trucks. 60 Packard Clippers were also built as Packard had merged with Studebaker in 1954. Studebaker production ended in 1965. VW bought 75% of the plant in January 1971. D’Ieteren Forest was renamed VW Brussels Forest (or Vorst). The plant was 100% owned by VW by 1975. The nearby Citroen plant in Forest was taken over by VW following its closure by PSA Peugeot Citroen in 1980 and added to the existing VW complex in 1982. Formerly scheduled to close, the plant was given a reprieve in 2007 when AUDI AG took over the plant from VW to build the first generation Audi A1. Now known as Audi Brussels S.A./N.V. 50°48′31″N 4°18′41″E / 50.808559°N 4.311404°E / 50.808559; 4.311404 (Volkswagen-Audi Brussels)
Chakan
Pune
[12][14]
G Asia,
 India
Chakan,
Pune District,
Maharashtra
Škoda Kushaq
Škoda Slavia
VW Taigun
VW Virtus
Škoda Fabia (5J)
Škoda Rapid
VW Ameo
VW Polo Mk5
VW Vento
Engines; serial production to start end of 2014; planned capacity of 360 engines per day 2009 3,743 Headquarters and plant of Volkswagen India, Škoda Auto India plant. Costing 580m, this is the largest German investment in India. A maximum annual capacity of 110,000 fully manufactured cars is anticipated.
Changchun
FAW-
Volkswagen

[1][4][15]
3 Asia,
 China
Changchun,
Jilin
Province
VW Bora Legend
VW Magotan
VW CC
VW Tacqua

Audi A4L (B9)
Audi A6L (C8)
Audi Q5L (80A)
Audi
Q5L Sportback

Audi e-tron

Audi 100 (C3)
Audi 200 (C3)

Audi A4 (B6)
Audi A4 (B7)
Audi A4L (B8)
Audi A6 (C4)
Audi A6 (C5)
Audi A6L (C6)
Audi A6L (C7)
Audi Q3 (8U)
Audi Q5 (8R)

VW Citi Golf
(SEAT Córdoba)

VW Golf Mk4
VW Bora HS
VW Golf Mk6
VW Golf Mk7
VW Caddy
VW Jetta (A2)
VW Jetta King/Jetta Pioneer

VW C-Trek
VW CC (Gen 1)
VW Sagitar

Engines including EA888,
Gearboxes,
Chassis components,
Battery systems
1991 21,679

(Auto:
21,053
Platform:
626)
FAW-VW was established in 1991, with full operations commencing 1996. Now separated into two companies: FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. and Volkswagen FAW Platform Company Ltd., which makes axles & chassis components & is 60% owned by VW and 40% owned by FAW Car. There are 2 vehicle assembly plants. A new plant is being built for Audi FAW NEV Company Ltd., which will build Audi EV's on the PPE platform & is majority (60%) owned by Audi and by VW China. Production is due to begin in 2024. 43°50′34″N 125°11′48″E / 43.84278°N 125.19667°E / 43.84278; 125.19667 (FAW-Volkswagen Changchun)
Changsha
(SAIC
Volkswagen
)
[1]
Asia,
 China
Changsha,
Hunan
Province
Škoda Kodiaq
Škoda Kodiaq GT

VW Lavida
VW Touran L

2015 2,799 SAIC Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. Changsha Branch
Chattanooga
[16][17]
C North
America
,
 United States
Chattanooga,
Tennessee
Volkswagen Atlas
VW Atlas Cross Sport
VW ID.4
Volkswagen Passat NMS 2011 2,212 VW Group's 62nd plant, the Volkswagen Group of America plant is located on a 1,350 acres (550 ha) site and was inaugurated in May 2011, anticipating an annual capacity of 150,000 cars. 35°04′38″N 85°08′12″W / 35.077283°N 85.136576°W / 35.077283; -85.136576 (Volkswagen Chattanooga)
Chemnitz
[1]
Europe,
 Germany
Chemnitz,
Saxony
Four cylinder piston engines (petrol and diesel),
Vehicle components
2,046 Part of the Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH subsidiary 50°48′21″N 12°54′19″E / 50.80583°N 12.90528°E / 50.80583; 12.90528 (Volkswagen-Motorenfertigung Chemnitz)
Chengdu
FAW-
Volkswagen

[1]
Asia,
 China
Chengdu,
Sichuan
Province
VW Sagitar

Jetta VA3

Jetta VS5

Jetta VS7

VW Jetta (A2)
VW Jetta King/Jetta Pioneer
VW New Jetta
Engines 2011[18] 7,094 Began construction in May 2009. The 3rd car plant of FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. FAW-Volkswagen Chengdu Branch. Also includes Volkswagen FAW Platform Company Ltd., which makes axles & chassis components. 30°37′56″N 104°05′11″E / 30.63222°N 104.08639°E / 30.63222; 104.08639 (FAW-Volkswagen Chengdu)
Cikampek
J Asia,
 Indonesia
Cikampek,
Karawang Regency,
West Java
VW Tiguan Allspace
2019 PT National Assemblers factory owned by Indomobil Group of Indonesia.
Córdoba
[1]
South
America
,
 Argentina
Córdoba,
Córdoba
Province
CKD assembly of Ducati motorcycles beginning with Scrambler Icon Manual
transaxles including MQ200, MQ250, & MQ281
Components
1996 1,341 Formerly known as Transax, a Ford subsidiary. Part of Autolatina venture between Ford and VW from 1987-1996. VW kept this plant when Autolatina dissolved. Part of Volkswagen Argentina S.A. 31°27′51.5″S 64°10′1″W / 31.464306°S 64.16694°W / -31.464306; -64.16694 (Volkswagen Argentina S.A., Córdoba)
Crewe
[1]
Bentley
C Europe,
 United Kingdom
Crewe,
Cheshire,
England
Bentleys:
Bentayga
Flying Spur
Continental GT
Continental GTC
Bentleys:
Arnage
Azure
Brooklands sedan
Brooklands Coupé
Continental convertible
Continental Flying Spur
Continental R
Bentley Eight
Bentley Mulsanne (1980–1992)
Bentley Mulsanne (2010-2020)
Bentley Turbo R
Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph
Rolls-Royce Corniche
Rolls-Royce 
 Silver Spirit/ 
 Silver Spur/ 
 Silver Dawn/
 Flying Spur
Currently:
W12 engines
Previously:
V8 engines
3,670 Headquarters, R&D and plant of Bentley Motors Ltd. All production is carried out by hand using traditional 'craftsman' techniques. 53°06′16″N 2°28′26″W / 53.10444°N 2.47389°W / 53.10444; -2.47389 (Bentley Motors Limited, Crewe)
Curitiba
[1]
4 South
America
,
 Brazil
São José
dos
Pinhais
,
Paraná

VW T-Cross
Audi Q3 (F3)
Audi Q3 Sportback

VW Fox
VW Golf
Audi A3
Audi Q3 (8U)
Axles 1999 2,238 Part of Volkswagen do Brasil 25°40′12″S 49°10′13″W / 25.670114°S 49.170309°W / -25.670114; -49.170309 (Volkswagen Curitiba)
Dalian
Volkswagen
FAW Engine
[1]
Asia,
 China
Dalian,
Liaoning
Province
Engines
Engine Components
2013 803 Volkswagen FAW Engine (Dalian) Co., Ltd. 60% owned by VW (China) Investment Co., Ltd., 40% owned by FAW Car.
Dalian
Volkswagen
Automatic Transmission
[1]
Asia,
 China
Dalian,
Liaoning
Province
DQ200 Dual-Clutch Transmissions,
Camshafts for Audi Valvelift System (AVS) used on EA888 engine
2007 3,032 Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Dalian) Co., Ltd.
100% owned by VW Group China.
Dresden
"Gläserne
Manufaktur"
Transparent
Factory

[1]
8 Europe,
 Germany
Dresden,
Saxony
Volkswagen ID.3 Bentley Continental Flying Spur
VW e-Golf
VW Phaeton
2000 406 Part of the Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH subsidiary. Majority of production is carried out by hand. Also includes individual customer specification changes. 51°02′40″N 13°45′21″E / 51.044507°N 13.755714°E / 51.044507; 13.755714 (Automobil Dresden GmbH - Volkswagen Gläserne Manufaktur (Transparent Factory), Dresden)
Emden
[1]
E Europe,
 Germany
Emden,
Lower
Saxony
VW Passat (B8)
VW Arteon
Volkswagen ID.4
VW Beetle
VW Type 3
VW Golf Mk1
VW Type 181
VW Type 2 (T2)
VW Passat (B1)
VW Passat (B2)
VW Santana sedan (B2)
VW Passat (B3)
VW Passat (B4)
VW Passat (B5)
VW Passat (B6)
VW Passat (B7)
Volkswagen CC
Audi 80
Stampings 1964 8,834 Was the final German factory to produce the original Beetle before all production was shifted to the Puebla plant in Mexico. Is now the principal plant for the VW Passat. Has its own harbor which imports and re-distributes vehicles produced in overseas plants 53°20′49″N 7°9′38″E / 53.34694°N 7.16056°E / 53.34694; 7.16056 (Volkswagen-Werk Emden)
Navistar Escobedo Assembly Plant L Line 1
N Line 2
North
America
,
 Mexico
General Escobedo,
Nuevo León
International HV
International HX
International LoneStar
International LT
International MV
International RH
Ford F-650/F-750 (2000-2015)
Ford LCF
International CF/CityStar
International DuraStar
International PayStar
International ProStar
International TranStar
International WorkStar
International 9000
Subassemblies, Components 1998 Navistar plant.

Formerly part of the Blue Diamond Truck Company joint venture with Ford Motor Co.

Foshan
FAW-
Volkswagen

[1]
Asia,
 China
Foshan,
Guangdong
Province
VW Golf Mk8
VW T-Roc

VW ID.4 Crozz VW ID.6 Crozz

Audi Q2L
Audi Q2L e-tron

Audi Q4 e-tron

Audi A3 Sedan & Sportback (8V)

VW Golf Mk7
VW e-Golf

Battery systems 2013 5,554 Began construction in 2011. The 4th car plant of FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. FAW-Volkswagen Foshan Branch. Also includes Volkswagen FAW Platform Company Ltd., which makes axles & chassis components.
Győr
[1][4][19]
1 Europe,
 Hungary
Győr,
Győr-Moson-Sopron
Audi TT (8S) Coupé
Audi TT (8S) Roadster
Audi TTS (8S)
 C & R

Audi TT RS (8S) C & R
Audi Q3 Mk2
Audi Q3 Sportback
Audi A3/S3 (8L)
Audi A3 Cabriolet (8P)
Audi RS3 Sportback (8P)
Audi A3 Cabriolet (8V)
Audi A3/S3 Sedan (8V) 2015-2019
Audi RS3 Sedan (8V) 2017-2018
Audi TT (8N) C & R
Audi TT (8J) C & R
Audi TTS (8J)
 C & R

Audi TT RS (8J) 
 C & R
Aluminum body panels for the
Audi R8,
Petrol engines,
Diesel engines,
Electric Motors for EV's,
Toolmaking
1997 12,226 Part of Audi Hungaria Motor Kft., owned by Audi AG 47°41′56″N 17°41′5″E / 47.69889°N 17.68472°E / 47.69889; 17.68472 (Audi Hungaria Motor Kft., Győr)
Hanover
[1][20][21]
H Europe,
 Germany
Hanover,
Lower
Saxony
VW Transporter
(T6)

VW Multivan (T7)
VW ID. Buzz
VW Beetle
VW Type 181
VW Taro
VW Type 2 (T1)
VW Type 2 (T2)
VW Type 2 (T3)
VW Transporter (T4)
VW Transporter (T5)
VW LT
VW LT (LT2)
VW e-Crafter
MAN-VW G series truck
VW Amarok
Engines,
Foundry,
Toolmaking,
Components,
Porsche Panamera (970) bodyshells for completion in Leipzig, Germany
1956 13,132 Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWN) site. Engine production was moved to Salzgitter in 1972. 52°25′6″N 9°40′19″E / 52.41833°N 9.67194°E / 52.41833; 9.67194 (Volkswagen-Werk Hannover (VW Commercial Vehicles/VWN))
Heilbronn
[1][4]
7 Europe,
 Germany
Heilbronn,
Baden-
Württemberg
Audi R8 (Type 4S)
Audi e-tron GT
Audi R8 (Type 42) 2014 150 Located in the Böllinger Höfe industrial park in Heilbronn, around six kilometers (4 miles) away from the Neckarsulm plant.
Navistar Huntsville Powertrain Manufacturing Plant North
America
,
 United States
Huntsville,
Alabama
Big-Bore Diesel Engines 2008 Navistar plant. Navistar Big Bore Diesel of Alabama, LLC.
Ingolstadt
[1][4]
A Europe,
 Germany
Ingolstadt,
Bavaria
Audi A3 (8Y)
Audi S3 (8Y)
Audi RS3 (8Y)
Audi A4
Audi S4 (B9)
Audi RS4 (B9)
Audi A4  Allroad
Audi A5 Coupe & Sportback
Audi S5 Coupe & Sportback
Audi RS5 Coupe & Sportback
Audi Q2
DKW Junior
DKW F102
Audi F103
VW Beetle
VW Iltis (Type 183)
Audi Coupé
Audi Quattro
Audi Cabriolet
Audi 80/80q/90/90q
Audi 4000
Audi 100/200/5000
Audi A3/S3 (8L)
Audi A3/S3 (8P)
Audi A3/S3 Sportback (8V)
Audi A3/S3 Sedan (8V) (2019-2020)
Audi RS3 Sportback (8V)
Audi RS3 Sedan (8V) 2019-2020
Audi S4 (B5)
Audi S4 (B6)
Audi S4 (B7)
Audi S4 (B8)
Audi RS4 (B8)
Audi Q5 (8R)
Bodyshell
construction
and painting of
Audi TT Mk1 & Mk2 (C & R)
and
A3 Cabrio
1959 41,719 The larger of Audi's two principal assembly plants (the other being Neckarsulm). Volkswagen acquired the near-new plant at Ingolstadt when Auto Union was purchased from Daimler-Benz in stages from 1964-1966. Now headquarters of AUDI AG and the Audi Group (which primarily consists of Audi and Lamborghini) 48°47′16″N 11°24′50″E / 48.78778°N 11.41389°E / 48.78778; 11.41389 (AUDI AG Werk and Headquarters, Ingolstadt)
Jiading
Shanghai
[1]
Asia,
 China
Jiading,
Shanghai
Gearboxes ???? Volkswagen Transmission (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. 31°17′20″N 121°10′54″E / 31.28889°N 121.18167°E / 31.28889; 121.18167 (Volkswagen Transmission (Shanghai) Company Ltd., Jiading)
Johannesburg
Africa,
 South Africa
Johannesburg,
Gauteng
Scania trucks & buses 666 Scania South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Kassel
[1]
Europe,
 Germany
Baunatal,
Kassel,
Hesse
Foundry,
Press shop,
Remanufactured engines,
Direct-Shift Gearboxes,
Remanufactured transmissions,
Exhaust systems, catalytic converters, diesel particulate filters
1958 13,253 The plant suffered damage from a magnesium fire in May 2006. It also mounts the 7-speed DSG to 4-cylinder engines. Also includes the Volkswagen AG Original Teile Centre (OTC), (Volkswagen Group Original Parts Centre) supplying 330,000 genuine parts. 51°15′28″N 9°26′0″E / 51.25778°N 9.43333°E / 51.25778; 9.43333 (Volkswagen-Werk Baunatal, Kassel)

51°14′46″N 9°26′23″E / 51.24611°N 9.43972°E / 51.24611; 9.43972 (Volkswagen AG Original Teile Centre (VW OTC) Baunatal, Kassel)
Kraków
[1]
Europe,
 Poland
Niepolomice,
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
MAN TGS
MAN TGX
2007 1,700 MAN Truck & Bus plant. MAN Trucks Sp. z o.o.
Kuala Lumpur Asia,
 Malaysia
Port Klang Scania trucks & buses 1995 258 Scania Regional Product Center (CKD). Scania (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
Kulim Asia,
 Malaysia
Kulim,
Kedah

Porsche 
 Cayenne
Gen 3

2022 Sime Darby factory in Malaysia. First facility assembling Porsches outside Europe. Assembled from CKD kits under license from Porsche.
Kvasiny
[1][7]
T    5
6    9
Europe,
 Czech Republic
Kvasiny,
Hradec
Králové
Škoda Superb
Škoda Kodiaq

Škoda Karoq

SEAT Ateca
Cupra Ateca

Škoda Roomster
Škoda Praktik
Škoda Yeti

Škoda_Superb (1947–1949)
Škoda Felicia (1959–1964)
Škoda 110 R
Škoda Pickup
VW Caddy (9U)

1934 6,890 Škoda Auto a.s. factory. Purchased by Škoda Auto in 1947. 50°12′17″N 16°15′28″E / 50.20472°N 16.25778°E / 50.20472; 16.25778 (Škoda Auto a.s., Kvasiny)
Leipzig
Porsche
L Europe,
 Germany
Leipzig,
Saxony
Porsche Panamera
Porsche Macan
Porsche Carrera GT
Porsche Cayenne
2001 4,194 Final assembly of the Cayenne (9PA & 92A) (from Bratislava) & Panamera (970) (from Hanover)
Loutang
(SAIC
Volkswagen
)
[1]
Asia,
 China
Loutang, Jiading Industrial Zone,
Jiading
District
,
Shanghai
Engines including EA211 2005 2,300 SAIC Volkswagen Powertrain Co. Ltd. 60% owned by VW (China) Investment Co., Ltd. & 20& owned by SAIC Motor.
Luleå
[1][22]
Europe,
 Sweden
Luleå Municipality,
Norrbotten,
Norrbotten County
Scania truck frame members,
Rear axle housings
1968 499 Ferruform AB factory, part of Scania AB 65°36′48″N 22°7′45″E / 65.61333°N 22.12917°E / 65.61333; 22.12917 (Ferruform AB, Luleå (part of Scania AB))
Martin
[1]
Europe,
 Slovakia
Martin,
Žilina
Synchronous rings,
Flanged shafts,
Brake drums,
Differential housing,
Brake discs
2000 859 Part of Volkswagen Slovakia, a.s.
Martorell
[1]
R Europe,
 Spain
Martorell,
Catalonia
SEAT León

SEAT Ibiza Mk5

SEAT Arona

Cupra Formentor
Cupra León
Audi A1 Mk2

Audi Q3 Mk1
SEAT Altea
SEAT Exeo
SEAT Arosa
SEAT Ibiza Mk2
SEAT Ibiza Mk3
SEAT Ibiza Mk4
SEAT Córdoba
SEAT Inca
SEAT Toledo Mk1
SEAT Toledo Mk2
SEAT Toledo Mk3
VW Caddy (9K)
VW Polo Classic (6K)
VW Polo Variant (6K)
Engine assembly 1993 12,607

(Production:
6,713,
Spare parts:
306,
Administrative areas:
2,386)
Headquarters, Technical Centre, R&D Centre, Design Center, Prototypes Centre of Development and main factory of SEAT, S.A. with annual capacity of 500,000 cars,
SEAT Sport division Centre, as well as Volkswagen Group Genuine Parts Centre.

Construction of SEAT's Technical Centre began in 1973, and was completed in 1975.
Construction of SEAT's factory began in 1989, inaugurated by the King of Spain in 1993; in 1998 the plant received the Best factory of the VW Group in the first quarter award
41°29′48″N 1°54′9″E / 41.49667°N 1.90250°E / 41.49667; 1.90250 (Volkswagen Martorell SEAT)
Meppel
[1][23]
Europe,
 Netherlands
Meppel,
Drenthe
Scania truck components and paint shop 1964 401 Scania Production Meppel B.V. factory, part of Scania AB 52°41′25″N 6°10′24″E / 52.69028°N 6.17333°E / 52.69028; 6.17333 (Scania Production Meppel B.V., Meppel)
Mladá
Boleslav
[1][7]
N    0
1    2
3    4
Europe,
 Czech Republic
Mladá
Boleslav
,
Central
Bohemia
Škoda Fabia
Škoda Octavia

Škoda Karoq

Škoda Kamiq

Škoda Scala

Škoda Enyaq

Škoda Favorit
Škoda Felicia

Škoda Rapid
SEAT Toledo

Engines,
Gearboxes (MQ/SQ 100, MQ200),
Axles,
Foundry,
EV & PHEV Battery Packs
1905 27,723 Main factory, R&D and headquarters of Škoda Auto a.s., and home to Škoda Auto Museum. Site started original manufacturing of cars in 1905 as part of Laurin & Klement. Taken over by Škoda Works in 1925 and re-branded as Škoda Auto. Transferred into VW Group ownership in April 1991. 50°25′16″N 14°55′50″E / 50.42111°N 14.93056°E / 50.42111; 14.93056 (Škoda Auto headquarters & factory, Mladá Boleslav)
Molsheim
[1]
Bugatti
M Europe,
 France
Dorlisheim,
Molsheim,
Bas-Rhin,
Alsace
Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti Centodieci Bugatti Mistral

Bugatti Veyron
Bugatti Divo
93 Headquarters, research and development facility and plant of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. All production is carried out by hand using traditional 'craftsman' techniques. Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. is, as of Nov. 2021, 100% owned by Bugatti Rimac, which is in turn owned 45% by Porsche AG and 55% by Rimac Group. 48°31′38″N 7°29′46″E / 48.52722°N 7.49611°E / 48.52722; 7.49611 (Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S., Dorlisheim)
Münchsmünster Europe,
 Germany
Münchsmünster,
Bavaria
Structural components - Diecast aluminum components,
Chassis modules (Brake discs, wheel hubs, wheel carriers, swivel bearings),
Press shop (Stampings)
2013 Associated with Audi's nearby Ingolstadt plant. In addition to Audi, also supplies components to VW, Bentley, and Lamborghini.
Munich
[1]
Europe,
 Germany
Munich,
Bavaria
MAN TGS
MAN TGX
MAN F90
MAN F2000
MAN buses
Axles, driveshafts, transfer cases,
Truck cabs,
Body components
1955 9,078 MAN Truck & Bus HQ & main plant.
Logistics center.
Nanjing
(SAIC
Volkswagen
)
[1]
Asia,
 China
Nanjing,
Jiangsu
Province
Škoda Kamiq/Kamiq GT

Škoda Superb

VW Passat

VW Passat NMS

VW Santana Vista

2008 2,886 SAIC Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. Nanjing Branch
Narasapura Asia,
 India
Narasapura Industrial Area,
Kolar District,
Karnataka
Scania trucks
Scania bus chassis
Scania bus bodies 2013 203 Scania AB plant. Scania Commercial Vehicles India Pvt. Ltd.
Neckarsulm
[1][4]
N Europe,
 Germany
Neckarsulm,
Baden-
Württemberg
Audi A4 (B9) sedan
Audi A5 Cabriolet
Audi S5 Cabriolet
Audi A6
Audi S6
Audi RS6 (C8)
Audi A6 allroad
Audi A7
Audi S7
Audi RS7
Audi A8
Audi S8
Audi Cabriolet
Audi 100
Audi 200
Audi 5000
Audi V8
Audi S4 (C4)
Audi S6 Plus
Audi A4 (B8) sedan
Audi RS4 (B5)
Audi RS4 (B7)
Audi RS5 Cabriolet
Audi A2
Audi RS6 (C5)
Audi RS6 (C6)
Audi RS6 (C7)
Audi R8
Audi 50
NSU Prinz
NSU Spider
NSU Typ 110/1200
NSU Ro 80
Porsche 924
Porsche 944
Aluminium
body shells
and panels,
Engine
development,
Paint finish on Lamborghini
Gallardo

Chassis for Lamborghini Gallardo
Chassis for Lamborghini Huracan
15,900 The former NSU Motorenwerke AG site, acquired by VW in 1969. Now, AUDI AG, and the "Audi aluminium plant".

Also home to Audi high performance private subsidiary Audi Sport GmbH, who manufacture all Audi RS cars (except the TTRS) and the Audi R8
49°12′5″N 9°13′19″E / 49.20139°N 9.22194°E / 49.20139; 9.22194 (AUDI AG Werk, Neckarsulm, and quattro GmbH)
Ningbo

(SAIC
Volkswagen
)

Asia,
 China
Ningbo, Zhejiang Province Škoda Karoq

Škoda Octavia

VW Lamando L

VW Tharu

VW Teramont
VW Teramont X

VW Viloran

Audi Q6

2013 3,358 SAIC Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. Ningbo Branch
Nuremberg
[1]
Europe,
 Germany
Nuremberg,
Bavaria
MAN trucks Engines 1901 3,789 MAN Truck & Bus plant.
Truck production moved to Munich in 1955.
Olifantsfontein
[1]
Africa,
 South Africa
Olifantsfontein,
Gauteng

MAN Lion's City
MAN Lion's Intercity
MAN Lion's Explorer bus bodies for MAN bus chassis & VW Volksbus chassis

2000 160 MAN Truck & Bus plant.
MAN Bus & Coach (Pty) Ltd.
Oskarshamn
[1][24]
Europe,
 Sweden
Oskarshamn Municipality,
Kalmar County,
Småland
Scania truck Cab production 1946 2,172 Scania AB factory 57°15′24″N 16°25′42″E / 57.25667°N 16.42833°E / 57.25667; 16.42833 (Scania AB production plant, Oskarshamn)
VW Osnabrück GmbH K Europe,
 Germany
Osnabrück,
Lower
Saxony

VW T-Roc Cabriolet

VW Arteon Shooting Brake

VW Golf Cabriolet
VW XL1
VW Tiguan
VW Tiguan Limited

MOIA +6

Škoda Karoq

Porsche Boxster/Cayman
Porsche 
 Cayenne
Gen 2

2009 2,421 Former site of Wilhelm Karmann GmbH, producing cars and components for Volkswagen Group 52°15′57″N 8°4′40″E / 52.26583°N 8.07778°E / 52.26583; 8.07778 (Volkswagen Osnabrück GmbH)
Pacheco
[1]
A South
America
,
 Argentina
General Pacheco,
Buenos Aires Province

VW Amarok

VW Taos

VW Caddy
VW Gol
VW Polo Classic
VW Suran
SEAT Cordoba
SEAT Inca
Engine assembly,
Components
1995 3,679 Formerly Ford's Pacheco Truck Assembly and Painting Plant. Part of Autolatina venture with Ford from 1987-1996. VW kept this side of the Pacheco plant when Autolatina dissolved and converted it to car production. Part of Volkswagen Argentina S.A. 34°26′33″S 58°41′32″W / 34.442601°S 58.692119°W / -34.442601; -58.692119 (Volkswagen Pacheco)
Palmela
AutoEuropa
[1]
V Europe,
 Portugal
Quinta
do Anjo,
Palmela, Setúbal
VW T-Roc
Ford Galaxy

SEAT Alhambra
VW Sharan
VW Eos
VW Scirocco Mk3

1995 5,282 Volkswagen Autoeuropa, Lda. Originally a 50/50 joint venture with Ford. VW bought out Ford in 1999, making Autoeuropa 100% owned by VW. 38°35′2″N 8°59′19″W / 38.58389°N 8.98861°W / 38.58389; -8.98861 (Volkswagen Palmela AutoEuropa)
Pamplona
[1]
Y Europe,
 Spain
Pamplona,
Navarra
VW Polo
VW T-Cross
VW Taigo
various Authi cars:
Morris 1100
MG 1100
Morris 1300
MG 1300
Mini
Austin 1100
Austin 1300
MG-S 1300
Austin Victoria
Austin de Luxe

SEAT 124
SEAT Panda
Lancia Beta Coupé & HPE

VW Polo Classic

Engine assembly 1966[25] 4,951 Authi plant bought by SEAT in 1974. First SEAT built on January 22, 1976. Briefly assembled Lancias from 1978-1979. Previously called Landaben when owned by SEAT, S.A. In December 1993, was renamed Fabrica Navarra de Automoviles S.A. and separated from SEAT. Ownership was transferred to Volkswagen Passenger Cars. In December 1994, renamed Volkswagen Navarra, S.A. In 1986 the facility was awarded with the World quality award (Q-86).[26] 42°48′33″N 1°41′44″W / 42.809223°N 1.695478°W / 42.809223; -1.695478 (Volkswagen Pamplona Navarra)
Borgo Panigale
Ducati
B Europe,
 Italy
Borgo Panigale,
Bologna,
Emilia-Romagna
Ducati Motorcycles
Ducati motorcycle engines 1,454 Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. headquarters, research & development, and main plant.
Pekan Asia,
 Malaysia
Pekan,
Pahang

VW Arteon
VW Golf Mk8
VW Tiguan Allspace

VW Jetta
VW Passat (B7)
VW Passat (B8)
VW Polo hatchback
VW Polo Sedan/Vento
2012 HICOM Automotive Manufacturers (Malaysia) factory. Assembled from CKD kits under license from VW.
Pinetown
[1]
Africa,
 South Africa
Pinetown,
KwaZulu-Natal
MAN TGS
MAN TGL
MAN TGM
MAN bus chassis

VW Constellation
VW Volksbus

1962 125 MAN Truck & Bus plant.
MAN Automotive (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd.
Polkowice
[1][20]
Europe,
 Poland
Polkowice,
Lower Silesian Voivodeship
Diesel engines (EA288 1.6L & 2.0L 4-cyl.),
Engine components
1999 1,282 Volkswagen Motor Polska Sp. z o. o.
Poznań
[1][20]
X Europe,
 Poland
Antoninek, Poznań,
Greater
Poland
VW Caddy Mk4
VW Transporter (T6)
Ford Tourneo Connect
VW Caddy Mk2
VW Caddy Mk3
VW Transporter (T4)
VW Transporter (T5)
VW LT (LT2)

VW Bora
VW Passat (B5)
VW Polo Mk3
Audi A6 (C5)
SEAT Córdoba (Mk1)
SEAT Inca
Škoda Favorit
Škoda Felicia
Škoda Fabia (Mk1)
Škoda Octavia (Mk1)

Intake pipe modules,
Cylinder heads,
Steering gear housings,
Foundry (in (Wilda)
1993 5,531 Initially a joint venture between VW Group and Tarpan, fully owned by VW Group since 1996. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWN) site. Volkswagen Poznań Sp. z o.o. There is also a Special Vehicle Body plant in nearby Swarzedz. 52°24′40″N 17°01′53″E / 52.411137°N 17.031298°E / 52.411137; 17.031298 (Volkswagen Poznań)
El Prat de Llobregat,
Gearbox
[1]
Europe,
 Spain
El Prat de Llobregat,
Baix Llobregat,
Barcelona (province),
Catalonia
Gearboxes including MQ281 and previously MQ200,
Foundry,
Casting,
Transmission components
1980 1,022 SEAT Gearbox del Prat, S.A. transmission production site, fully owned by SEAT, S.A., producing gearboxes for SEAT, VW, Audi and Škoda; in 2009 the facility received the Volkswagen Excellence Award for the high-quality production process and product[27] 41°19′9″N 2°7′27″E / 41.31917°N 2.12417°E / 41.31917; 2.12417 (SEAT Gearbox del Prat, S.A., Barcelona)
Puebla
[1]
M North
America
,
 Mexico
Puebla,
Puebla
State
VW Jetta Mk7

VW Tiguan (LWB version only)
VW Taos

VW Beetle
VW Derby
VW Caribe
VW Golf Mk2
VW Golf Mk3
VW Cabrio (1996-2002)
VW Golf Mk4
VW Golf Mk5-Mk6 Variant (Jetta Sportwagen)
VW Golf Mk7
VW Golf Mk7 Sportwagen/Variant/ Alltrack
VW Atlantic
VW Jetta Mk2
VW Jetta Mk3
VW Jetta Mk4
VW City Jetta/Clasico
VW Jetta Mk5
VW Jetta Mk6
VW Corsar
VW Brasilia
VW T2 van
VW Safari/Thing (Type 181)
VW Hormiga
Previously:
EA855 Inline five
petrol engines
1967 13,535 Largest Volkswagen factory outside of Germany. Headquarters of Volkswagen de Mexico S.A. de C.V. (VWM) 19°07′19″N 98°15′10″W / 19.121825°N 98.252857°W / 19.121825; -98.252857 (Volkswagen Puebla)
Qingdao
FAW-
Volkswagen

[1]
Asia,
 China
Qingdao,
Shandong
Province
VW Bora (MQB-based)

Audi A3L Sedan & A3 Sportback (8Y)

2018 3,289 Began construction in 2015. The 5th car plant of FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. FAW-Volkswagen Qingdao Branch.
Querétaro City
[1]
North
America
,
 Mexico
Querétaro City,
Querétaro
State
VW Constellation
Volkswagen Delivery

VW Volksbus

2004 652 VW Truck & Bus factory. Volkswagen Truck & Bus México SA de CV.
Quito South
America
,
 Ecuador
Quito,
Pichincha Province

VW Amarok
2017 Aymesa plant. Assembles vehicles for VW as well as Hyundai, Kia, & JAC under contract.
Rayong
Ducati
T Asia,
 Thailand
Pluak Daeng,
Rayong Province
Ducati Motorcycles
172 Ducati Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Resende
[1][20]
F
R
South
America
,
 Brazil
Resende,
Rio de
Janeiro
VW Volksbus
VW Constellation
Volkswagen Delivery
Volkswagen Meteor
VW L80
VW Worker
MAN TGX[28]
1,085 Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus,[29] formerly MAN Latin America,[30] part of MAN SE from 2009 to 2021.[31] Since August 2021, a direct subsidiary of Traton SE. Name changed to VW Truck & Bus in May 2022. 22°25′37″S 44°21′22″W / 22.426897°S 44.356184°W / -22.426897; -44.356184 (Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus)
Salzgitter
(VW plant)
[1][32]
S Europe,
 Germany
Salzgitter,
Lower Saxony
VW K70
VW 412
VW Passat (B1)
Automotive engines for Bentley, Bugatti and all mainstream marques
Volkswagen Marine diesel engines
VW Industrial engines
Components
1970 6,356 S code became obsolete in 1975 when Salzgitter was converted to an engine and components, plant. 52°11′9″N 10°26′32″E / 52.18583°N 10.44222°E / 52.18583; 10.44222 (Volkswagen-Werk Salzgitter)
Salzgitter (Watenstedt)
(MAN plant)
Europe,
 Germany
Watenstedt, Salzgitter,
Lower Saxony
MAN trucks & buses
MAN-VW G series truck
Büssing trucks & buses
Components including
Axles (non-driven) for MAN & Scania
Crankshafts
1964 2,652 MAN Truck & Bus plant.
Originally, a Büssing plant. Taken over by MAN in 1972.
Truck production phased out in 2016.
Complete bus production phased out in 2008.
Bus chassis production phased out in 2018.
Supplies CKD kits.
Logistics & spare parts.
Navistar San Antonio Manufacturing Plant S North
America
,
 United States
San Antonio,
Texas
Class 6-8 trucks
International MV/eMV
2022 Navistar plant.

New engineering center about 8 miles away from the plant includes advanced engineering, purchasing, truck validation, & truck customization operations.

San Jose Chiapa
[1]
2 North
America
,
 Mexico
San José Chiapa,
Puebla
State
Audi Q5
Audi Q5 Sportback
2017 5,241 First Audi factory in North America. Audi México, S.A. de C.V.
Sant'Agata Bolognese
[1]
Lamborghini
L Europe,
 Italy
Sant'Agata Bolognese,
Bologna,
Emilia-Romagna
Lamborghini Huracan
Lamborghini Aventador
Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4
Lamborghini Urus
Lamborghini Gallardo
Lamborghini Countach
Lamborghini Diablo
Lamborghini Murciélago
Lamborghini Reventón
Lamborghini Veneno
Lamborghini Centenario
Lamborghini Sian
Lamborghini LM002
V12 engines 1,779 Headquarters and plant of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A., also location of the company's main research and development department, part of the Audi Group. 44°39′31″N 11°07′32″E / 44.65861°N 11.12556°E / 44.65861; 11.12556 (Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A., Sant'Agata Bolognese)
São
Carlos
[1]
South
America
,
 Brazil
São Carlos,
São Paulo
Engines:
EA211
 1.0 MPI & TSI/ 1.4 TSI/1.6 MPI I3 & I4 engines

1.6L EA111 I4
AT-1000 8V/16V/16V Turbo 1.0L I4
1.9L diesel I4
Engine components
1996 873 Part of Volkswagen do Brasil 22°03′51″S 47°52′19″W / 22.06417°S 47.87194°W / -22.06417; -47.87194 (Volkswagen São Carlos)
São
Paulo
[1][33]
South
America
,
 Brazil
Sao Bernardo do Campo,
Greater São Paulo,
São Paulo state
Scania trucks
Scania bus chassis
Engines,
Gearboxes,
Axles
1962 4,113 Scania Latin America Ltda., part of Scania AB 23°42′49″S 46°33′58″W / 23.71361°S 46.56611°W / -23.71361; -46.56611 (Scania Latin America Ltda., São Paulo)
Sarajevo
[1]
T (to 1994)
9 (from 2002)
S (BIH)
Europe,
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vogošća,
Sarajevo Canton
TAS:
VW Beetle
VW Golf Mk1
VW Golf Mk2
VW Jetta Mk1
VW Jetta Mk2
VW Caddy Mk1

VW Sarajevo:

VW Polo Mk4
VW Golf Mk4
VW Golf Mk5
VW Passat (B6)
Škoda Felicia
Škoda Fabia Mk1
Škoda Octavia Mk1/Octavia Tour
Škoda Octavia Mk2
Škoda Superb Mk1
Audi A3 Mk2
Audi A4 (B7)
Audi A6 (C6)

EcoCarrier

Ring gears
Stub axles
Wheel Hubs
Wheel Flanges
containers

Parts for Polo, Škoda Superb, Golf 5-6-7, Audi Q7, Touareg, Porsche Cayenne ...
Platform MQB, PQXX ..

1972 94 Previously a joint venture with NSU called Pretis (Preduzece Tito Sarajevo), which assembled the NSU Prinz from 1965-1969. Originally known as TAS (Tvornica Automobila Sarajevo). Was originally 49% owned by VW and 51% owned by UNIS, VW's Yugoslavian importer. Began to produce production parts and replacement parts in 1972. Began to assemble vehicles in 1973. T & 9 codes used when Sarajevo was in former country of Yugoslavia. Production halted in 1992 due to the Bosnian war and collapse of Yugoslavia. TAS went bankrupt in 1995. Factory bombed during the Bosnian War, subsequently rebuilt in 1998, additional S code assigned for Volkswagen Sarajevo d.o.o. in the new country of Bosnia and Herzegovina. All are SKDs. New company established in 1998 as Volkswagen Sarajevo d.o.o., which was now 58% owned by VW & 42% owned by UNIS. In 2001, Bosnia's privatization agency sold the 42% stake in VW Sarajevo to Prevent BH, the Bosnian unit of the Prevent Group. Vehicle production for VW ended in 2008. The EcoCarrier, a small electric truck, was produced on behalf of EcoCraft Automotive, a German company, from 2009-2011, when EcoCraft went bankrupt. EcoCraft was liquidated in 2012. Only components are now produced for VW. 58% owned by VW & 42% owned by Prevent Group. 43°54′00″N 18°21′43″E / 43.899933°N 18.361845°E / 43.899933; 18.361845 (Volkswagen Sarajevo d.o.o.)
Silao
[1]
North
America
,
 Mexico
Silao,
Guanajuato
State
EA211 1.5 liter
EA888 Gen3
2.0 liter

Four cylinder engines
2013 1,335 VW de México, S.A. de C.V. - Silao plant
Silverton Africa,
 South Africa
Silverton, Pretoria,
Gauteng
VW Amarok Mk2

Ford Ranger
Ford Everest

1961 Ford plant. Building VW Amarok under cooperation agreement between Ford and VW.
Słupsk
[1][34]
Europe,
 Poland
Słupsk,
Pomeranian
Voivodeship
Scania bus
body assembly
1993 758 Scania Production Slupsk S.A. factory and assembly line, part of Scania AB 54°28′42″N 17°0′46″E / 54.47833°N 17.01278°E / 54.47833; 17.01278 (Scania Production Slupsk S.A)
Södertälje
[1][35]
1 Scania
2 Scania
Europe,
 Sweden
Södertälje Municipality,
Södermanland,
Stockholm County
Scania trucks
Scania bus chassis
Engines,
Gearboxes,
Components
16,466 Scania AB headquarters, R&D and main production plant 59°10′14″N 17°38′26″E / 59.17056°N 17.64056°E / 59.17056; 17.64056 (Scania AB Headquarters & production plant, Södertälje)
Solomonovo B Škoda
Z SKD Audis, VWs & SEATs
Europe,
 Ukraine
Solomonovo,
Zakarpattia Oblast
Škoda Fabia (NJ)
Škoda Superb
Škoda Karoq
Škoda Kodiaq
Audi A4
Audi A6
SEAT Altea
SEAT León
SEAT Toledo
Škoda Felicia
Škoda Fabia Mk1
Škoda Fabia Mk2
Škoda Rapid
Škoda Octavia Mk1/Octavia Tour
Škoda Octavia Mk2
Škoda Octavia Mk3
Škoda Superb Mk1
Škoda Superb Mk2
Škoda Roomster
Škoda Yeti
VW Bora
December 2001 Eurocar factory, a contract manufacturer for VW Group in Ukraine, used to also produce Semi Knock Down (SKD) Audis, VWs & SEATs under the Z code. 48°26′13″N 22°10′31.5″E / 48.43694°N 22.175417°E / 48.43694; 22.175417 (Škoda Auto Solomonovo)
Navistar Springfield Assembly Plant H North
America
,
 United States
Springfield,
Ohio
International CV
International HV
International MV
Chevrolet Silverado Medium Duty
Chevrolet Express cutaway
GMC Savana cutaway
International DuraStar
International ProStar
International TerraStar
International TranStar
International WorkStar
IC Bus AC-Series
1961 1,450 Navistar plant.

Also does contract assembly work for GM.

St Petersburg
[1][36]
Europe,
 Russia
Shushary,
St Petersburg,
Northwestern Federal District
Scania bus
body assembly
Scania trucks
MAN TGS WW
2016 108 Truck Production RUS LLC factory and assembly line, a 50/50 joint venture between Scania AB & MAN Truck & Bus SE
Starachowice Europe,
 Poland
Starachowice,
Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship
MAN Lion's City
MAN bus chassis
Star trucks 1947 3,090 MAN Truck & Bus plant (MAN Bus Sp. z o.o.).
Originally, an FSC Star plant. Taken over by MAN in 1999.
Truck production phased out in 2007.
Stupava Europe,
 Slovakia
Stupava,
Bratislava
Region
Tools, instruments, equipment for production 2014 Part of Volkswagen Slovakia, a.s.
Taipei Asia,
 Taiwan
Taoyuan Scania trucks & buses 1996 47 Scania Regional Product Center (CKD).
Taubaté
[1]
T South
America
,
 Brazil
Taubaté,
São Paulo
VW Gol
VW Voyage
VW Up

VW Parati

VW Passat (B1)

1975 2,487 Part of Volkswagen do Brasil 23°3′14″S 45°38′9″W / 23.05389°S 45.63583°W / -23.05389; -45.63583 (Volkswagen Taubaté)
Tianjin
FAW-
Volkswagen

[1]
Asia,
 China
Tianjin VW Bora (MQB-based)
VW Tayron
VW Tayron X
VW Talagon
VW Tavendor

Audi Q3 (F3)
Audi Q3 Sportback (F3)

2018 3,662 Began construction in 2016. The 6th car plant of FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. FAW-Volkswagen Tianjin Branch. Also includes Volkswagen FAW Platform Company Ltd., which makes axles & chassis components.
Tianjin
Volkswagen
Automatic Transmission
[1]
Asia,
 China
Tianjin DQ381, DQ500, DQ501
Dual-Clutch Transmissions,
DQ400e
Dual-Clutch Transmission for PHEV's,
DL382
Dual-Clutch Transmissions,
APP290, APP310 electric motor/gearbox
2014 4,674 Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.
100% owned by VW Group China. Also does development & testing of transmissions, e-drives, & batteries.
Tucumán
[1][37]
South
America
,
 Argentina
San Miguel de Tucumán,
Tucumán Province
Rear axle gears 1976 1,008 Scania Argentina S.A. factory, part of Scania AB 26°52′47.5″S 65°7′38″W / 26.879861°S 65.12722°W / -26.879861; -65.12722 (Scania Argentina S.A., Tucamán)
Navistar Tulsa Bus Plant B North
America
,
 United States
Tulsa,
Oklahoma
IC Bus CE
IC Bus RE
IC Bus TC-series bus chassis
IC Bus AE-Series 2000 Navistar -
IC Bus plant.
Uitenhage
[1]
U Africa,
 South Africa
Uitenhage,
Eastern
Cape
VW Polo/Polo GTI

VW Polo Vivo (Mk5 Polo-based)/Polo Vivo Maxx

VW Beetle
VW Type 3 (1500 Sedan & Variant/ 1600TL Fastback)
VW 411/412
VW Caddy
VW Citi Golf
VW Fox
VW Golf Mk1
VW Golf Mk2
VW Golf Mk3
VW Golf Mk4
VW Golf Mk4 Variant
VW Golf Mk5
VW Jetta (A2)
VW Jetta (A3)
VW Jetta (A4)
VW Jetta (A5)
VW Passat (B1)
VW Passat (B2)
VW Polo Classic
VW Polo Playa
VW Polo Mk4
VW Polo Mk5 5-door/CrossPolo
VW Polo Vivo (Mk4 Polo-based)
VW Type 2 (T1)
VW Type 2 (T2)
VW Microbus (T3)
Audi Super 90
Audi 80
Audi A4 (B5)
Audi 100 (C1)
Audi 100 (C2)
Audi 500 (C3)
Audi 500 (C4)
Audi S4 (C4)
Engines,
Components
1951 3,679 Originally known as South Africa Motor Assemblers and Distributors (SAMAD). VW acquired a blocking minority in SAMAD in 1956. Press shop and engine production begins in 1965. In 1966, SAMAD was renamed Volkswagen of South Africa Ltd., which was 63% owned by VW. In 1974, VW bought all remaining shares of VW of South Africa, making it a wholly-owned subsidiary, Volkswagen of South Africa (Pty.) Ltd. Primarily supplies countries which use right-hand drive 33°47′10″S 25°24′59″E / 33.786023°S 25.416441°E / -33.786023; 25.416441 (Volkswagen Uitenhage)
Ürümqi[38]
(SAIC
Volkswagen
)
??? Asia,
 China
Urumqi
Toutunhe District
Xinjiang Autonomous Region
,
VW Santana

VW Tharu

2013 539 SAIC Volkswagen (Xinjiang) Automotive Co., Ltd., start CKD production in mid of 2013 43°49′52″N 87°26′28″E / 43.83111°N 87.44111°E / 43.83111; 87.44111 (SAIC Volkswagen (Xinjiang) (SVW) Urumqi)
Vrchlabí
[1][7]
B
7
8
Europe,
 Czech Republic
Vrchlabí,
Hradec
Králové
Škoda Favorit
Škoda Felicia
Škoda Fabia (6Y)
Škoda Octavia (1U)
Škoda Octavia (1U) Tour
Škoda_Octavia (1Z)
Škoda Roomster
Škoda Superb (3U)
Dual-clutch transmissions for VW Group (DQ200) 1864 824 Škoda Auto a.s. factory. Originally founded by Petera & Sons. Started building auto bodies in 1908. Integrated into Škoda Auto in 1946. Used to carry out individual customer modifications, along with RS models. Converted into a transmission plant in 2012. 50°36′39.5″N 15°37′28″E / 50.610972°N 15.62444°E / 50.610972; 15.62444 (Škoda Auto Vrchlabí)
Wolfsburg
[1]
W Europe,
 Germany
Wolfsburg,
Lower
Saxony
VW Golf Mk8
VW Golf Variant/ Alltrack Mk8
VW Touran
VW Tiguan

SEAT Tarraco

VW Beetle
VW Iltis (Type 183) 
VW Type 181
VW Karmann Ghia
VW Lupo
VW Type 2 (T1)
VW Type 3
VW 411/412
VW Polo
VW Derby
VW Golf Mk1
VW Golf Mk2
VW Golf Mk3
VW Golf Mk4
VW Golf Mk5
VW Golf Mk6
VW Golf Mk7
VW Golf Variant Mk3/Mk4
VW Golf Plus
VW Golf Sportsvan
VW Jetta (A1)
VW Jetta (A2)
VW Vento
VW Bora
VW Passat (B1)

SEAT Arosa

Audi 50
Audi 80 (B1)
Audi 100 (C1)
Components,
Press shop,
Seating
technology
1938 53,461

(VW AG:
51,712,
Sitech
Sitztechnik
GmbH
:
1,749)
Oldest factory; Bombed during WW2, rebuilt shortly thereafter under leadership from British Army Major Ivan Hirst. Headquarters of Volkswagen AG. Informally known as Golfsburg after it was officially renamed for a week in November 2003 to celebrate the 5th generation Golf. 13 km2. Also includes Sitech Sitztechnik GmbH. Used to include Auto 5000 Gmbh from 2002-2008. 52°26′11″N 10°46′9″E / 52.43639°N 10.76917°E / 52.43639; 10.76917 (Volkswagen-Werk Wolfsburg, Volkswagen AG headquarters)
Września
[1][20]
9 Europe,
 Poland
Września,
Greater
Poland
VW Crafter
VW e-Crafter
VW Grand California
MAN TGE
MAN eTGE
2016 3,371 Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWN) site. Volkswagen Poznań Sp. z o.o., Września Plant
Yizheng

(SAIC

Volkswagen)

Asia,
 China
Yizheng, Jiangsu VW Santana

VW Tharu

Škoda Rapid

2012 2,759 SAIC Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. Yizheng Branch 32°17′43″N 119°12′46″E / 32.29528°N 119.21278°E / 32.29528; 119.21278 (SAIC-VW, Yizheng, Jiangsu - (Volkswagen joint-venture factory with SAIC, still operational))
Zuffenhausen
Porsche
Z Europe,
 Germany
Zuffenhausen,
Stuttgart,
Baden-
Württemberg
Porsche 992,
718 Boxster/718 Cayman
Porsche Taycan
Mercedes-Benz 500E/E500,

Audi RS2 Avant,

Porsche 918 Spyder, Boxster/Cayman, Porsche 991, 997, 996, 993, 964, 911, 928, 968, 912/912E, 914/6, 356

V8 Engines,

Flat-6 Engines, Flat-4 Engines, Electric Motors for EV's

1951 22,290 Porsche main factory – was used to build the Audi RS2 Avant under a joint venture agreement between Porsche and Audi. Built the 500E/E500 with Mercedes-Benz as part of a cooperation with Daimler-Benz. 48°50′9″N 9°9′9″E / 48.83583°N 9.15250°E / 48.83583; 9.15250 (Porsche AG, Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart - (former joint-venture Volkswagen factory, still operational Porsche site))
Zwickau-Mosel[1] P Europe,
 Germany
Zwickau,
Saxony
VW ID.3
VW ID.4
VW ID.5
Cupra Born
Audi Q4 e-tron
Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron

Bentley Bentayga bodyshells for completion in Crewe, UK
Lamborghini Urus bodyshells for completion in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy

VW Golf (Mk2)
VW Golf (Mk3)
VW Golf (Mk4)
VW Golf (Mk7)

VW Passat (B5)
VW Passat (B6)
VW Passat (B7)
VW Passat (B8)
VW Polo (Mk2)
VW Phaeton bodyshells for completion in the Transparent Factory in Dresden
Bentley Continental GT bodyshells for completion in Crewe, UK
Bentley Continental Flying Spur bodyshells for completion in Crewe, UK or Dresden, Germany

1991 9,930 Part of the Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH subsidiary. Has its origins as a pre-war Audi/Auto Union plant which became the VEB Sachsenring (Trabant) assembly plant after Auto Union relocated to Ingolstadt after WW2. The old plant built the VW Polo from 1990-1991 in a joint venture between VW & VEB called Volkswagen IFA-PKW GmbH. VW also built a new plant in Zwickau-Mosel which launched production with the Golf on February 15, 1991. Now home to the Audi AG-owned August Horch Museum. Complex also includes the nearby Special Vehicle construction site in St. Egidien, which handles special vehicles (e.g. emergency vehicles) and customization. 50°47′37″N 12°29′15″E / 50.79361°N 12.48750°E / 50.79361; 12.48750 (Volkswagen-Fahrzeugfertigung Mosel)
Zwolle
[1][39]
4 Scania
5 Scania
Europe,
 Netherlands
Zwolle,
Overijssel
Scania truck assembly 1964 1,445 Scania Production Zwolle B.V factory, part of Scania AB 52°30′46″N 6°3′48″E / 52.51278°N 6.06333°E / 52.51278; 6.06333 (Scania Nederland B.V., Zwolle)
factory
name
factory
VIN ID
code(s)
location
(continent,
country)
location
(town / city,
state / region)
current
motor vehicle
production
former
motor vehicle
production
automotive
products &
components
year
opened
year
closed
number of
employees
comments factory
coordinates

Former factories

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Notes: In the second column of the table:- the 'factory VIN ID code',[9] this is indicated in the 11th digit of the vehicles' 17 digit Vehicle Identification Number, and this factory code is only assigned to plants which produce actual completed vehicles. Component factories which do not produce complete vehicles do not have this factory ID code.

factory
name
factory
VIN ID
code(s)
location
(continent,
country)
location
(town / city,
state / region)
current
motor vehicle
production
former
motor vehicle
production
automotive
products &
components
year
opened
year
closed
number of
employees
comments factory
coordinates
Alaminos Asia,
 Philippines
Alaminos,
Pangasinan

VW Polo Classic
VW Caravelle (T4)

1996 1999 Plant belonged to Proton Pilipinas Inc., 70% owned by Proton Holdings and 30% owned by Autocorp, a Filipino company.
Clayton Australia
(continent)
,
 Australia
Melbourne,
Victoria
VW Beetle
VW Type 2
VW Type 3
VW Country Buggy
VW Passat (B1)
Audi Fox
VW Golf Mk1
Engines
Transmissions
Aluminum/Magnesium Alloy Foundry
1954 1977 0 1954: Volkswagen assembly commenced by Martin and King Pty Ltd, Clayton.[40]
1957: Factory purchased by newly formed Volkswagen (Australasia) Pty Ltd, which is 51% owned by Volkswagen Germany.[41]
1959: An adjoining property is purchased to be the new VW administration headquarters, central parts warehouse and engine assembly shop. This complex becomes known as ‘Plant No. 2’.
1960: Engine assembly plant opens.
1964: VW buys out the Australian owners of 49% of Volkswagen (Australasia) Pty Ltd., which is now renamed Volkswagen Australasia Ltd. and is 100% owned by VW of West Germany.
1967: Engine manufacturing, transmission production, and foundry open.
1968: Ownership transferred to Motor Producers Limited, which is wholly owned by Volkswagen West Germany. Contract assembly is done for Datsun and Volvo cars and Mercedes-Benz trucks.[42]
1976: Factory sold to Nissan Motors.[43]
1977: Nissan ceases production of Volkswagens.[43]
Currently Holden Special Vehicles factory.
37°56′2″S 145°8′17.5″E / 37.93389°S 145.138194°E / -37.93389; 145.138194 (former Volkswagen Clayton factory)
DMG Inc. Asia,
 Philippines
Mandaluyong (1958-1974)

Quezon City (1974-1981)
VW Beetle
VW Brasília
VW Passat
VW Toro
VW Type 2
VW Sakbayan
VW Trakbayan
1958
1974
1974
1981
Plant belonged to DMG Inc., VW's local distributor. Plant moved from Mandaluyong to Quezon City in 1974. DMG later went out of business in the mid-1980's.
Düsseldorf 6 Europe,
 Germany
Düsseldorf,
Düsseldorf
region
,
North
Rhine-
Westphalia
VW Type LT
VW Crafter (LT3)
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Previously:
DKW F89
DKW 3=6
Auto Union 1000

Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles site. Originally an Auto Union plant prior to the construction of the Ingolstadt plant, but was retained by Daimler-Benz following the sale of Auto Union to Volkswagen in 1964. Built the VW Crafter (LT3) and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter under a joint venture agreement. 51°15′30″N 6°47′04″E / 51.25833°N 6.78444°E / 51.25833; 6.78444 (Daimler AG: Mercedes-Benz Werk, Düsseldorf)
Ford Ipiranga Assembly Plant
AutoLatina
D South
America
,
 Brazil
Ipiranga,
São Paulo
VW Delivery
VW Worker
VW L80
VW Volksbus 16.180 CO bus chassis
Ford F-Series
Ford Cargo
1990 1996 0 Formerly part of
Autolatina venture between Ford and VW from 1987-1996. When Autolatina disbanded in 1995-1996, VW built a new plant in Resende which opened in November 1996 to take over its truck & bus production since the Ipiranga plant stayed with Ford.
Ford Sao Bernardo Assembly Plant
AutoLatina
South
America
,
 Brazil
Sao Bernardo do Campo,
São Paulo
VW Apollo
VW Logus
VW Pointer
Ford Verona
Ford Escort
1990 (for VW) 1997 (for VW) 0 Formerly part of
Autolatina venture between Ford and VW from 1987-1996. Not to be confused with VW's Anchieta plant, also in Sao Bernardo do Campo, or the Chrysler plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo that VW bought in 1979-1980, which served as the first VW Truck & Bus plant.
Gmünd Europe,

 Austria

Gmünd,
Carinthia
Porsche 356/1
Porsche 356/2
1944 1950 300 First Porsche factory during war times and immediately after World War II. Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH. Not part of Volkswagen AG.
VW Ipiranga Assembly South
America
,
 Brazil
Ipiranga,
São Paulo
VW Beetle
VW Type 2
1953 1957 0 VW's first assembly plant in Brazil. Assembled vehicles from knock-down kits. Replaced by Sao Bernardo do Campo (Anchieta) plant.
Kaluga
[1][44][45]
G
K Škoda
Europe,
 Russia
Grabtsevo Technology Park,
Kaluga,
Kaluga
Oblast
VW Tiguan Mk2

VW Polo (Russia)

Škoda Rapid

VW Polo Sedan

VW Jetta Mk5
VW Passat B6
VW Passat B7
VW Tiguan Mk1
VW Touareg
VW Caddy Mk3 VW Transporter (T5)
VW Transporter (T6)

Škoda Fabia Mk1
Škoda Fabia Mk2
Škoda Octavia Tour (Mk1)
Škoda Octavia Mk2

Audi A6
Audi A7
Audi A8
Audi Q5
Audi Q7
Audi Q8

EA211 1.6L I4
Engine components
2007 2022 4,084 New 200 m2 facility; projected full annual output capacity of 150,000 vehicles to be reached during 2010, with employees rising to 3,000. All vehicles produced were initially semi knock downs (SKD), but full production (CKD) including welding & painting of car bodies started Oct. 2009. Audi SKD assembly began in 2009. Engine production began in 2015. Is served by Grabtsevo Airport, both part of Volkswagen Group Russia (OOO Volkswagen Group Rus). Production halted in March 2022 due to Russian invasion of Ukraine. 54°34′28″N 36°20′40″E / 54.57444°N 36.34444°E / 54.57444; 36.34444 (Volkswagen Kaluga)
Karmann K Europe,
 Germany
Osnabrück,
Lower Saxony
&
Rheine,
North Rhine-Westphalia
Audi Cabriolet
Audi A4 (B6/B7) Cabrio
Audi S4 (B6/B7) Cabrio
Audi B7 RS4 Cabrio
VW Beetle cabriolet
VW Beetle Hebmüller cabriolet (Type 14A) (last 12-14 examples)
VW Type 18A (Karmann version)
VW Karmann Ghia (Type 14)
VW Karmann Ghia (Type 34)
VW (Golf/Rabbit) Cabriolet
VW Cabrio 1995-1996
VW Golf Mk3 Variant
VW Scirocco Mk1
VW Scirocco Mk2
VW Corrado
VW Vento
Porsche 914/4 (VW-Porsche 914)
Roof
components
for:
Audi A4/S4/RS4 Cabrio
VW New Beetle convertible
1901 2010 Wilhelm Karmann GmbH produced cars and components for Volkswagen Group. Bankruptcy in 2009. Osnabrück plant was taken over by VW. Rheine plant was closed. Rheine plant built Audi models while the VW's were built in Osnabrück. 52°15′57″N 8°4′40″E / 52.26583°N 8.07778°E / 52.26583; 8.07778 (Wilhelm Karmann GmbH, factory Osnabrück)




52°18′38″N 7°26′47″E / 52.31056°N 7.44639°E / 52.31056; 7.44639 (Wilhelm Karmann GmbH, factory Rheine)
Karmann Sao Bernardo do Campo South
America
,
 Brazil
Sao Bernardo do Campo,
São Paulo
VW Karmann-Ghia 
 (Type 14)

VW Karmann Ghia TC

1961 1975 0 Karmann plant in Brazil (Karmann-Ghia do Brasil Ltda). This plant later assembled the Land Rover Defender from 1999-2006 from CKD kits supplied by Land Rover.
Lagos L Africa,
 Nigeria
Ojo,
Lagos
State
VW Beetle (VW 1300)
VW Igala
VW Jetta
VW Santana
Audi 100
1975 1994 0 VW had a 40% stake in this joint venture, 35% was owned by the Nigerian government, and the other 25% was owned by other shareholders. VW sold its remaining shares in April 2006 to Barbedos Ventures Ltd., registered in Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. 6°27′43″N 3°12′56″E / 6.461861°N 3.215464°E / 6.461861; 3.215464 (former Volkswagen Lagos factory)
Ludwigsfelde 7 Europe,
 Germany
Ludwigsfelde,
Teltow-
Fläming
,
Brandenburg
VW Crafter (LT3) Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles site. Built the LT3 and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter under a joint venture agreement. 52°19′27″N 13°16′10″E / 52.32417°N 13.26944°E / 52.32417; 13.26944 (Daimler AG: Mercedes-Benz Werk, Ludwigsfelde)
Nizhny Novgorod
H Europe,
 Russia
Nizhny Novgorod,
Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
VW Taos

Škoda Octavia Mk4

Škoda Kodiaq

Škoda Karoq

VW Jetta Mk6

Škoda Octavia Mk3
Škoda Yeti

2012 2022 Plant belongs to GAZ Group. Does contract assembly for VW Group. Planned annual output capacity of 132,000 vehicles. Vehicles produced using complete knock down (CKD) method. Production halted in March 2022 due to Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Oskemen D Asia,
 Kazakhstan
Öskemen, East Kazakhstan Region Škoda Fabia
Škoda Kodiaq
Škoda Octavia
Škoda Rapid
Škoda Superb
Škoda Yeti
2005 2020 Azia Avto factory. Assembled Skodas under license. Kazakhstan terminated Azia Avto's industrial assembly agreement with the government in 2020 and Azia Avto has since gone bankrupt.
Pulo Gadung
Asia,
 Indonesia
Pulo Gadung,
East Jakarta,
Jakarta
VW Golf Mk6
VW Golf Mk7
VW Touran
VW T5

Audi A4 (B8)
Audi A6 (C7)

2009 2016 PT National Assembler factory owned by Indomobil Group of Indonesia. There may have also been some Volkswagen Transporter (T4) production in the 1990's. Production restarted in Cikampek with the Tiguan.
Relizane Africa,
 Algeria
Relizane, Relizane Province Audi A3
Audi Q2
SEAT Arona
SEAT Ateca
SEAT Ibiza
SEAT León
Škoda Fabia
Škoda Octavia
Škoda Rapid
VW Amarok
VW Caddy
VW Golf
VW Passat
VW Polo
VW Tiguan
2017 2019 SOVAC Production S.P.A. factory. Assembled vehicles for VW Group in a joint venture with VW's local distributor, SOVAC SPA. VW was the minority partner. Production was suspended in 2019 due to government upheaval in Algeria and new regulations that banned importation of parts for local assembly.
Sao Bernardo do Campo
Formerly Chrysler do Brasil
C South
America
,
 Brazil
Sao Bernardo do Campo,
São Paulo
VW Worker
VW truck chassis for building minibuses
1969 1990 0 VW bought 67% of Chrysler Motors do Brazil in 1979 & it then bought the rest in 1980. Renamed Volkswagen Caminhões Ltda. in 1981. Became the first VW Truck & Bus plant. Replaced by Ford's Ipiranga plant as part of Autolatina venture between Ford and VW from 1987-1996. VW Truck & Bus production moved to Ford's Ipiranga plant in 1990 and this plant closed.
Schinznach-Bad Europe,
 Switzerland
Schinznach-Bad VW Karmann Ghia (Type 14)
1957 1960 AMAG factory in Switzerland. Assembled from SKD under license from VW.
Shah Alam Asia,
 Malaysia
Shah Alam,
Selangor
VW Beetle (1300)
VW Golf
VW Type 2
1968 198? Champion Motors factory in Malaysia. Assembled under license from VW. Champion Motors was renamed Assembly Services Sdn. Bhd. (ASSB) in April 1975.
Steyr-Daimler Puch
[20]
G Europe,
 Austria
Graz,
Styria
VW Type 2 (T3)
VW Golf Country
Audi V8L
1983 (1934-5, 1964)[46] 1995 0 Former contract manufacturing factory 48°2′18″N 14°25′54″E / 48.03833°N 14.43167°E / 48.03833; 14.43167 (Steyr-Daimler-Puch - (former contract manufacturing Volkswagen factory))
Tahara plant 9 Asia,
 Japan
Tahara, Aichi VW Taro 1989 1997 Toyota Group plant. The dates indicate the duration of this joint venture project.
Tanjung Priok
Asia,
 Indonesia
Tanjung Priok,
North Jakarta,
Jakarta
VW Beetle
VW Type 2 (T2)
VW Camat
VW Mitra

Mercedes-Benz W114/W115
Mercedes-Benz short-bonnet trucks

1971 (Mercedes)

1972 (VW)
1985 PT German Motor Manufacturing joint venture factory equally owned by VW, Daimler-Benz, and PT Indophing Finance Group of Indonesia. Joint venture ended in 1979.
Taoyuan
Chin Chun Motor Co. Ltd.
[20]
C Asia,
 Taiwan
Taoyuan,
Taiwan
VW Transporter (T4) 1993 1997 Joint venture – VW AG owned 1/3 total capital
Uusikaupunki U Europe,
 Finland
Uusikaupunki Porsche Boxster (986)

Porsche Boxster/Cayman (987)
1998 2012 Valmet Automotive factory. Built vehicles under contract for Porsche. Production dates are for Porsche only.
Westmoreland
[47]
V North
America
,
 United States
New Stanton, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania VW Rabbit
VW Golf Mk2
VW Jetta Mk2
VW Rabbit pickup
1978 1988 0 Originally built by Chrysler in the 1960s, but was not completed until VWoA began operations. Sony took over the site in 1990. In 1994, its VIN ID code was reassigned to the Portuguese Palmela factory. 40°11′12″N 79°34′39″W / 40.186636°N 79.577365°W / 40.186636; -79.577365 (former Volkswagen Westmoreland factory)
Windsor
R North
America
,
 Canada
Windsor,
Ontario
VW Routan 2008 2013 Chrysler Group plant. Production dates are for VW production only. 2009-2014 model years.
Wülfrath Europe,
 Germany
Wülfrath,
North Rhine-Westphalia
VW Beetle Hebmüller cabriolet (Type 14A)

VW Type 18A (Hebmüller version)

1924 1952 Hebmüller And Sons was a German coachbuilder. A major fire on July 23, 1949 almost completely destroyed the factory. Although the factory was rebuilt and production did resume, the recovery exceeded the company's financial resources. Hebmüller filed for bankruptcy in 1952. Wülfrath plant was sold to Ford in 1956. Ford used it as a component plant, later specializing in steering components. When Ford spun off its parts operations as Visteon in 2000, the Wülfrath plant became part of Visteon. In 2007, Visteon sold it to private equity and it became known as Tedrive Steering GmbH, part of Tedrive Group. Tedrive Steering GmbH was sold to Knorr-Bremse in 2016. Renamed Knorr-Bremse SteeringSystems GmbH in 2017.
Zama Asia,
 Japan
Zama,
Kanagawa Prefecture
VW Santana 1984 1989 Nissan Motor Co. plant. Built under a cooperation agreement. Production dates are for VW production only.
factory
name
factory
VIN ID
code(s)
location
(continent,
country)
location
(town / city,
state / region)
current
motor vehicle
production
former
motor vehicle
production
automotive
products &
components
year
opened
year
closed
number of
employees
comments factory
coordinates

Gallery

Volkswagen Wolfsburg
Volkswagen Wolfsburg
The magnesium fire at the Baunatal plant in May 2006
The magnesium fire at the Baunatal plant in May 2006

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