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  •  Ankit Kumar Pandey Bhaveen Bhanushali Sudhir Chaudhar y Mahendra Sahani Ankit Kanojiya Bhavesh Sharma
  •  Volkswagen Group is a German multinational automotive manufacturing group headquartered in Wolfsburg. It is the world’s second-largest motor vehicle manufacturer Number of locations- 61 production plants Founded -1937 (Germany) Revenue- €127 billion (2010) Product- Automobiles, commercial vehicles, engines
  •  The Groups parent company Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaf t (Volkswagen AG). The Group consists of 342 Group companies, which are involved in either vehicle production or other related automotive services. AUDI AG Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. Bentley Motors Limited Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. SEAT, S.A. Škoda automobilová Scania AB MAN SE.
  • Group Units ShareToyota 8,557,351 11.0%GM 8,476,192 10.9%Volkswagen AG 7,341,065 9.4%
  • Companies LocationToyota JapanFord Motor Company USAGeneral Motor Company USARenault France
  •  Summer smog :- On hot days, direct, intense sunlight turns atmospheric pollutants – par ticularly carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons – into ground-level ozone, a potential irritant gas for plants, animals, and humans alike. Motor vehicles are the single biggest source of atmospheric pollution, contributing an estimated 14% of the worlds carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel burning, a proportion than is steadily rising The average car emits a cocktail of more than 1,000 pollutants. Most ozone pollution is caused by motor vehicles, which account for 72% of nitrogen oxides and 52% of reactive hydrocarbons
  •  An annual output of 48 million means that, somewhere in the world, one new car appears every second. In eight hours, 40,000 new cars will have been built; in a day, 100,000 Iron and Steel Making Aluminium Production
  •  About 80 people per DAY are killed in the USA from car induced air pollution. Air pollution kills 50,000 newborn babies in china.  Air pollution is responsible for 400,000 cases of respiratory illness every year in china. In the formerly beautiful Hangzhou China, the sky is grey from car exhaust fumes. Car pollution has been linked to not only disease like asthma, bronchitis but also Alzheimers, diabetes, premature deaths & heart attacks.
  •  Volkswagen has shown that environmental protection and automotive progress are not mutually exclusive. Production and near-production ready technologies and products are optimised to help reduce CO2 emissions and pollutants.
  •  Volkswagen pools all of its eco-friendly innovations under an umbrella brand that signifies efficiency. BlueMotionTechnologies – a pledge to the environment. This enables us to help conserve something we consider very important – nature.
  •  "Think Blue. Symphony." refers to the unforgettable slogan "Think small", used by Volkswagen when making driving by car possible for everyone in the 1960s. Beetle ‘Think Small Polo Blue Motion Golf Blue-e-motion
  •  Rising fuel costs, a rapidly sullying environment and worsening traf fic conditions. Pointers may indicate a grim future for our much-loved world of automobiles, but the think-tank at Europes largest automobile maker Volkswagen has other ideas. Volkswagen is calling this the VW2028 - future of the car.
  • Aim of Volkswagen in all its activities to restrict the environmental impact to a minimum and to make its own contribution to resolving environmental problems at regional and global level. It is Volkswagen’s aim to offer high quality automobiles which take equal account of the expectations of its customers with regard to environmental compatibility, economy, safety, quality and comfort.
  •  In order to safeguard the long term future of the company and enhance its competitive position, Volkswagen is researching into and developing ecologically efficient products, processes and concepts for personal mobility. Volkswagen employees are informed, trained and motivated in respect of environmental protection. at regular intervals company’s environmental policy and objectives are being observed and that the Environmental Management System is working properly.