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Volkswagen, still the most awarded brand in the history of the Cars.co.za Consumer Awards 

February 2021

Volkswagen, still the most awarded brand in the history of the Cars.co.za Consumer Awards 

February 2021

Volkswagen Group
South Africa tops 
passenger car market in
pandemic-hit 2020.

The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand recorded total sales of 53 319 units last year.With 19 750 units sold in 2020, the locally-manufactured Polo Vivo is not only Volkswagen’s topsellingvehicle, but it is also South Africa’s best-selling passenger car. The compact SUV, the TCross,is now Volkswagen’s best-selling imported vehicle with 5 693 units sold in 2020. With lessthan two years since being launched in South Africa, the T-Cross is now sitting in the second positionin the A0 SUV segment in the local market.

Volkswagen Group
South Africa tops 
passenger car market in
pandemic-hit 2020.

The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand recorded total sales of 53 319 units last year.With 19 750 units sold in 2020, the locally-manufactured Polo Vivo is not only Volkswagen’s topsellingvehicle, but it is also South Africa’s best-selling passenger car. The compact SUV, the TCross,is now Volkswagen’s best-selling imported vehicle with 5 693 units sold in 2020. With lessthan two years since being launched in South Africa, the T-Cross is now sitting in the second positionin the A0 SUV segment in the local market.

Volkswagen’s
Lionesses Den
announces top 
three female 
entrepreneur 
winners

September 2020

Volkswagen’s
Lionesses Den
announces top 
three female 
entrepreneur 
winners

September 2020

Volkswagen brings relief to healthcare facilities in Nelson Mandela Bay

To better equip the healthcare facilities in Nelson Mandela Bay in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) has provided protective gear to the provincial Department of Health for frontline workers at healthcare institutions across the metro.

Volkswagen brings relief to healthcare facilities in Nelson Mandela Bay

To better equip the healthcare facilities in Nelson Mandela Bay in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) has provided protective gear to the provincial Department of Health for frontline workers at healthcare institutions across the metro.

Volkswagen’s Lionesses Den initiative seeks to reward female entrepreneurs with a cash injection for their businesses

Volkswagen hands
over first phase of
Covid-19 temporary
medical facility

Volkswagen’s T-Roc to complete the SUV range in South Africa

June 2020