Volkswagen Group has reported growth in deliveries to customers of 131.9% in the Indian market for the first nine months of the year.

The group which sells three brands in India - Audi, Skoda and Volkswagen - delivered 32,359 vehicles to customers in the period, compared to 13,956 cars sold from January to September 2009.
 
The Volkswagen brand was the largest selling brand of the group in the period with sales figures of 15,957 vehicles against 2,201 cars sold in the corresponding period in 2009, a leap of 625%. Skoda sold 14,224 cars compared to 10,415 cars in the corresponding period in 2009, a growth of 36.6%. Audi reported growth of 63.4% selling 2,178 vehicles.

The best-selling car from Volkswagen was the Polo, which is manufactured in the Chakan plant, Pune, while the Jetta also performed well. The car was launched in India in 2008 and is assembled in the Volkswagen's Group Aurangabad plant.
 
The best selling cars of Skoda in the first nine months 2010 are the Fabia and the Laura.

Audi A4 and Audi A6 were the best selling models in that range from January to September 2010. Both are assembled in Aurangabad plant along with the Audi Q5.