Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com
September 11, 2013
With Volkswagen still trying to work on taking over the world, sorry I mean become the number one automaker in the world, their chief executive of America says the company is considering selling commercial vehicles in the U.S.
Jonathan Browning, chief executive of VW Group of America told Reuters that vehicles such as the Caddy and Transporter vans "certainly represent an opportunity" for the United States.
"There are preliminary discussions (with VW's Wolfsburg-based management) but no definitive plans at the moment," said Browning.
If Volkswagen gives the green light for commercial vehicles to be sold in the U.S., that will likely begin in the second phase of the brand's U.S. expansion Browning said.