VW top export Vento to Mexico

After exports to South Africa and Middle East, Volkswagen India has commenced with exports to Mexico with its left-hand drive Volkswagen Vento making it the single largest market for exports for Volkswagen India.

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Published on January 6, 2014

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    Volkswagen India commences the export of the left-hand drive Volkswagen Vento to Mexico. In the future, Mexico will become the single largest export market for Volkswagen India.
    Volkswagen India commenced export of cars manufactured at its Pune plant in 2011 with exports to South Africa and entered the left-hand drive market in 2012 with exports to Middle East countries. And now every second car from the export volumes manufactured at the Pune plant will go to Mexico, thus making it the single largest export market for Volkswagen India.
    The production of Vento for the Mexican market has commenced and the first lot of cars have already reached there. The official introduction of this model in the markets of Mexico will be in the beginning of November 2013.
    Mr. Mahesh Kodumudi, President & Managing Director, Volkswagen India Private Limited, said "The Vento was specifically designed and built for Indian customers. However its success in a competitive market like India has opened up doors for exporting this car to various other markets."
    Mr. Andreas Lauenroth, Executive Director - Technical, Volkswagen India Private Limited, said, "Export to Mexico is the second major step for us in 2013 after having commenced the export of parts and components to Malaysia earlier this year in April. We, at the Pune Plant, are ready to ramp-up production of the Vento to meet the growing demands of our export."

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