DETROIT (AP) -- Volkswagen AG plans to offer hybrid and diesel versions of four upcoming vehicles being developed for the U.S. market.
Stefan Jacoby, Volkswagen's top U.S. executive, said Monday at the North American International Auto Show that VW would build hybrid and diesel versions of a future successor to the Jetta sedan, an unnamed midsize sedan and two other vehicles under development.
Volkswagen wants to sell 1 million Volkswagen and Audi vehicles by 2018 and is building a new plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., that expects to produce vehicles by 2011.
Jacoby says the automaker is committed to its timeline for production at the Tennessee plant. He said the Germany-based automaker was "not moving one inch of our plans" to increase its sales in the United States.