This list of Volkswagen Group factories details the current and former manufacturing facilities operated by the automotive concern Volkswagen Group, and its subsidiaries. These include its mainstream marques of Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, Škoda and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, along with their premium marques of Ducati, Lamborghini, Bentley, and Bugatti, and also includes plants of their major controlling interest in the Swedish truck-maker Scania.
The German Volkswagen Group is the third largest automaker in the world, and the largest in Europe. As of February 2010, it has 61 production plants and factories in fifteen European countries, along with six countries in the Americas, Asia, and Africa. The Group employs nearly 370,000 people around the world, who produce a daily output of over 26,600 motor vehicles, and related major components, for sale in over 150 countries across the globe.
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