Volkswagen AG CEO Bernd Pischetsrieder says he wants to more than double VW’s North American sales in the next three to four years. Pischetsrieder is targeting for U.S. sales of 750,000 units annually medium term, up from the 356,648 vehicles VW delivered in 2001. The Volkswagen Group, which includes Audi, had sales of nearly 490,000 units in the U.S. last year. VW hopes new entries such as the Touareg SUV and an unnamed multipurpose vehicle or minivan will spur North American revenues, ...

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