Volkswagen’s Imminent Electrified Model Line-up after Dieselgate

30 New Electric Vehicle Models to Replace 35 Existing Non-performing Models by 2025

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Volkswagen Group is restructuring to expand into electric cars, autonomous technologies, and new mobility services. A key challenge involves non-performing assets. The Volkswagen brand alone contributes to over 50% revenue while the operating profit contribution sits at 18%. The low margin (2%) on the major brand (Volkswagen) is coupled with the non-performing SEAT brand. This caused the company to spin off its components operations and phase out non-performing models. This study explores VW’s transformation (2015–2025) highlighting model phaseout and new line-up; impacts on segment mix, platforms, and brands; new technologies and collaborations; and competitive landscape. Key conclusions and recommendations are included.

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Volkswagen’s Imminent Electrified Model Line-up after DieselgateExecutive SummaryKey FindingsVolkswagen Group—At a GlanceTransition to New VolkswagenImplication of Diesel Scandal on VolkswagenTransition to New VolkswagenThe Revolution—New Volkswagen 2025Model Phaseout and New Model Line-upModel Phaseout and New Model Line-up (continued)Impact of Vehicle Segment MixImpact on PlatformsImpact on Platforms (continued)Impact on BrandsNew Technologies and CollaborationsCompetitive Analysis Conclusion and Future OutlookKey Findings and Future Outlook Findings andKey ConclusionsRecommendationsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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