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EVM Passenger Cars (I) Pvt. Ltd

"Established in 1952 as a small entrepreneurial group with a turnover of Rs.10,000 ; today EVM Group has gone on to become one of the most established networks of diverse companies. Right from our humble beginning through the hard work of over six decades, EVM has dared to dream big and dominate various business sectors while keeping with our primacies to maintain a customer-focused, value-based business capable of rising up to new challenges.

The Indian Journey

The story of Volkswagen in India began in 2001 when SKODA was launched. Audi and Volkswagen entered in 2007, while Lamborghini and Porsche were introduced in 2012. Today, the Group upholds its mantle of superior engineering, with plants in Pune and Aurangabad working seamlessly to manufacture the world's most loved cars.

A crucial element of the Volkswagen Group strategy to establish a long-term presence in India is the Volkswagen plant in Chakan, Pune. The investment with a total sum of around INR 3,800 Crores (580 Million Euros) is the biggest investment by a German company realised in India so far.

Today, Volkswagen Group India has about 5,000 employees working at its various locations in India. Over 3,500 employees work at the Pune plant with about 1,000 employees dedicated to the Aurangabad plant and around 300 people employed at the National Group Sales Office in Mumbai.

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