Volkswagen Group’s China deliveries spiked 79 percent to 255,700 last month in tandem with a strong rebound in the broader market, according to data the German auto giant disclosed on Friday.
China accounted for 36 percent of VW Group’s global sales in April.
Led by the rebound in the Chinese market, the German group’s global deliveries advanced 39 percent to 720,200.
VW Group’s China sales in 2023 have edged up 0.4 percent to 900,300 through April, with deliveries worldwide rising 14 percent to exceed 2.76 million.
VW Group didn’t reveal China sales by brand for April or the first four months.
The German company has managed to maintain its position as the largest automaker in China.
In April, sales at BYD Co., China’s largest electrified-vehicle manufacturer, surged 98 percent year on year to 210,295, with year-to-date volume soaring 94 percent to 762,371.