Volkswagen has taken a serious hit in the United States after its diesel scandal.
Sales dropped by 17.2 percent in May and the German automaker holds less than two percent market share here.
To say that Volkswagen is struggling in the U.S. market is a huge understatement, but the company still has hopes of recovering and expanding here. Part of that recovery and expansion could mean the introduction of a brand that Americans don’t associate with scandal and lies. In fact, it’s a brand that’s mostly unknown to American car buyers.
Could Czech automaker Skoda be the answer to Volkswagen’s problems?