CEO of Volkswagen America Resigns

Jonathan Browning has left his position as CEO of Volkswagen America for personal reasons.

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VW To Increase Dealerships In U.S.A. To Sell More Cars

To achieve its goals, it needs to do very well in America, a market where it hasn’t made a profit since 2003, despite moving 256,830 units in 2010.

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Volkswagen Still Looking for Changes to 2025 CAFE Standards

Volkswagen was one of several large automakers that did not sign off on the Obama Administration’s proposed Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for 2025.

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American Built VW Jetta Sets Sales Record

Volkswagen shifted their sales strategy last fall when they lowered the price of their 2011 Jetta by $1,600. New buyers became more attracted to the vehicle and sales vastly improved. June’s combined U.S sales jumped 88 percent for the wagon and the sedan even with a price hike of $500 set last April.

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Official: Jonathan Browning To Head Volkswagen's American Arm As CEO

Jonathan Browning will replace Stefan Jacoby as Volkswagen Group of America’s CEO starting next month. A veteran of Ford and General Motors, Browning joined VW in June of this year, and is expected to oversee major developments in Volkswagen’s North American operations, including their new Tennessee factory and their aim of selling 800,000 VW brand cars by 2018.

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