Volkswagen (VW)

Volkswagen (VW) - Atlas, Beetle, Eos, Golf, Jetta, Passat, Polo, Tiguan, Touran

Volkswagen, literally the "People's" ("Volks" in German) "Car" ("Wagen"), was founded in 1937 by the Nazi trade union to mass-produce cars and commoditize German car ownership, which had been reserved for the rich.

After being destroyed in the Second World War, Volkswagen (VW) recovered and grew into one of the largest car companies in the world. Today, Volkswagen makes the Atlas, Beetle, Eos, Golf, Jetta, Passat, Polo, Tiguan, and Touran, and owns Audi and SEAT.

Better maintained tyre pressure for VW cars will optimize fuel efficiency and tyre tread wear, which will lower fuel and tyre costs, improve road safety and minimize carbon dioxide pollution, and the people who can make it happen are below:

Volkswagen AG - Key Officers
Hans Putsch - Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Chief Executive Officer
Matthias Mueller - Chairman of the Management Board
Joerg Hofmann - Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Frank Witter - Member of the Management Board responsible for Finance and Controlling
Kurt Michels - Chief Compliance Officer
Karlheinz Blessing - Member of Management Board responsible for HR and Organization
Werner Eichhorn - Chief Marketing & Sales Officer for Volkswagen North America
Larry Thompson - Independent Compliance Monitor
Dirk Coers - Member of the Management Board
Herbert Diess - Chairman of the Brand Board of Management of VW Passenger Cars
Please write or telephone the officers above at the address and telephone number below to urge them to adopt a better tyre pressure maintenance system:

Volkswagen AG - Contact Details
Volkswagen AG
Berliner Ring 2
Wolfsburg, 38440 Germany
Phone: +49 536190
Fax: +49 536 192 8282


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