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Volkswagen CC Sales Figures

Volkswagen CC

Here you will find monthly and yearly U.S. sales figures for the Volkswagen Passat CC. Find sales figures for the CC’s successor, the Volkswagen Arteon, by clicking here. The Volkswagen Passat CC dropped the Passat name and was renamed simply Volkswagen CC in 2012. These statistics include sales of the VW Passat CC and VW CC only, excluding sales of the regular Volkswagen Passat sedan and station wagon. In 2017, the CC was replaced by the Volkswagen Arteon.

Volkswagen CC Overview

The Volkswagen CC is a four-door sedan that was introduced by the German automaker Volkswagen (VW) to provide a more stylish and upscale alternative to the more conventional Passat on which it was based. “CC” stands for “Comfort Coupe,” which reflects the car’s design – a blend between a coupe and a sedan. The Volkswagen CC was first introduced in 2008 and was positioned as a more premium, “four-door coupe” variant of the Volkswagen Passat.

The CC’s design was more dynamic and sportier than the traditional Passat. It featured a sleek roofline, frameless windows, and an overall more aerodynamic shape. This “four-door coupe” design was inspired by high-end luxury vehicles that aimed to combine the sportiness of coupes with the practicality of sedans. The interior was also more upscale, with premium materials, advanced infotainment options, and comfortable seating. The Volkswagen CC was offered with a range of engines during its production run, from efficient four-cylinder turbocharged engines to more powerful V6 options. Both manual and automatic transmissions were available, and certain models also came with Volkswagen’s 4Motion all-wheel-drive system.

Volkswagen CC Sales Figures

The Volkswagen CC was generally well-received for its blend of style, comfort, and performance at a more accessible price point than luxury-branded competitors. It appealed to buyers who wanted something different from the usual mid-size sedan but without moving into the luxury price bracket. Production of the Volkswagen CC ended in 2017. It was effectively replaced by the Volkswagen Arteon, a model that continued the four-door coupe ethos but with a more modern design and updated features.

Volkswagen CC U.S Sales Data & Charts

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2008 1,323
2009 23,872
2010 27,987
2011 29,502
2012 23,059
2013 15,672
2014 9,995
2015 6,276
2016 3,237
2017 1,355
2018 455
2019 58
2020 17

US Annual Growth

Volkswagen CC Europe Sales Data & Charts

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2007 131
2008 1,828
2009 31,324
2010 23,666
2011 23,500
2012 23,209
2013 18,118
2014 16,064
2015 10,215
2016 6,750
2017 712
2018 424

Europe Annual Growth

Volkswagen CC China Sales Data & Charts

In July 2018, FAW-Volkswagen started production of the second generation VW CC for China, a car which is known as the Volkswagen Arteon in other markets around the world.

China Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2010 17,353
2011 36,318
2012 37,589
2013 41,161
2014 47,892
2015 31,970
2016 29,148
2017 21,472
2018 16,065
2019 23,807
2020 28,428
2021 21,081
2022 32,948

China Annual Growth