BERLIN – Volkswagen Group will hatchet 60% of its combustion-powered models before the decade’s over and offer less cars generally speaking to focus on creating more productive premium vehicles, finance boss Arno Antlitz told the Financial Times.
“The key objective isn’t development,” Antlitz said. “We are (more engaged) on quality and on edges, instead of on volume and piece of the pie.”
Antlitz said VW would diminish its scope of fuel and diesel vehicles, comprising of no less than 100 models spread across a few brands, in Europe throughout the following eight years.
The paper said VW’s new procedure was an indication of significant changes in the auto area, which has endeavored for a really long time to increment benefits by selling more vehicles every year, regardless of whether that necessary weighty limiting.
Previous VW Group CEO Martin Winterkorn, who surrendered directly following a diesel-outflows bamboozling outrage, had made it his objective to beat Toyota and General Motors to turn into the world top-selling automaker by 2018.
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