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Volkswagen was founded on 28th of May, 1937 in Wolfsburg. It is a marque of Volkswagen Group. In 1934 Adolf Hitler orders production of a vehicle able to carry to adult and three children with a speed of 62 mph. A factory with the name Stadt des KdF-Wagen is launched, and prototypes of the KdF-Wagen started to appear. Because of the war, the production has shifted to production for military purposes with only Schwimmwagens and Kubelwagens in production by approximately fifteen thousand slaves.
In 1945 the factory was bombed, captured by the Americans and given to the British. Because of the damage, it could not be used properly. Rules for the German production were set, stating that the Germans are allowed to produce only 10% of the total output of cars in 1936. By 1946, the factory was able to, and producing about a thousand vehicles per month. The cars names shifted to Volkswagen. Heinrich Nordhoff was set to run the company in 1948. A sport version Karmann Ghia, Volkswagen Type 2 commercial vans, campers and pick-ups, and the Type 1 Beetle were introduced. In 1948, the former senior manager of Opel, Heinrich Nordhoff was chosen to run the factory. The Beetle was launched in 1955 in the USA, and the sales of the Beetle grew fast. The facilities increased to about 5600 square meters.
In 1959 Volkswagen opened a new production facility in Brazil. In 1960 the company’s name was changed to Volkswagenwerk AG. In 1961 the product line was expanded to include also Notchback, Fastback, and Variant. In 1964 Volkswagen took over Auto Union and NSU in 1969. A Super Beetle was launched in 1971. In 1973 was launched a military version called Type 82. By 1973 approximately sixteen million Beetles have been sold. While the Beetles were well sold, the other models were struggling which has led the company to some issues. They were solved through the newly acquired Audi, which gave a boost on developing the so-called Polo, Scirocco, Golf, and Passat. In 1973 was launched the Passat, followed by the Scirocco and Golf in 1974, and the Polo in 1975, which all helped to substitute the Beetle, and the production of Beetle ended. Volkswagen Derby was also launched in 1977. By introducing the second generation Jetta, GTI, and Golf the customer satisfaction interacting with the brand has increased significantly. In 1985 the company’s name was changed to Volkswagen AG. In 1991 the third generation Golf won European Car of The Year. In 1995 was launched the Sharan, followed by the Golf Mk4, launched in 1997, and the most fuel-efficient car for that time in the world launched in 1998, called Lupo. In 2005 was launched the fifth generation of Jetta, followed by Eos in 2007. The GTI. won several awards in 2007 from different magazines. A sixth generation of the Golf was launched in 2008. In 2008 were also offered Passat Coupe and the Tiguan. A Touraeg has been provided thanks to cooperation with Porsche. Passat B7 was also launched in 2011, followed by Volkswagen Atlas in 2016. In 2016 Volkswagen entered a collaboration with Israeli experts for cybersecurity to start developing electric vehicles. They have announced that by 2025 they will produce about 3 million cars per year. In 2018 their first electric vehicle for racing was launched, the so-called IDR Pikes Peak.
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