BARCELONA, Spain – Volkswagen of America Inc.’s growth strategy in the U.S. will play out on several levels, with the repositioning of existing models and the rollout of several new products taking center stage in the effort. In order to nearly double the auto maker’s sales in the U.S. to 400,000-500,000 units, something Executive Vice President Adrian Hallmark envisions happening within five years, VW must be more competitive with its volume models, while simultaneously filling the gaps ...
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