The bus conversion business is booming.

Volkswagen’s buses have been converting since 2003, but now they are in the process of switching to diesel.

Volkswagen has started making buses with diesel engines starting this fall, and the company says it expects to ship around 1.6 million buses to dealers by 2020.

Here’s a look at the numbers behind this transformation.

Volkswagen has been making buses since 2003Volkswagen bus conversion reportVolkswagon buses convert with diesel engineThe number of VW buses in service is now roughly double the number in service before the transition to diesel engines in 2011.

The buses that Volkswagen built in the 1990s are still in service.

There are some that are no longer in service, but the majority of the buses are now converted to diesel by Volkswagen.

In fact, VW says it plans to convert approximately 6 million of its fleet by the end of 2019.

Volckwagen buses in the United StatesVolkswehr bus conversion The United States, where VW has its headquarters, is the largest market for VW buses, but Volkswagen has a number of locations in other parts of the world.

The majority of VW’s buses are still made in the U.S., and it has plans to continue doing so.

Volkswagen says that more than 60 percent of its bus production is made in Europe.

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The buses are sold in North American markets.

Volkswagen is in the market for another 8 million buses in 2020, which is the number of buses that it plans on making available to dealers in North and South America.

Volkwagen buses are on saleIn Europe: Volkswagen sells bus conversions in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands and Austria.

Volkswagen also makes buses in other European countries, and VW has a strong presence in the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy.

Volkshoes for saleVolkswalb buses are for sale in GermanyIn Europe, Volkswagen buses for sales are on the rise.

VW’s sales in Germany are up almost 15 percent year-over-year.

The German manufacturer says that it expects a total increase of around 5 million VW buses sold in 2020.

Volkswagen expects to sell more than 3 million buses by the middle of 2021.

Volbswagen buses and trucks are on a comebackThe VW brand has been in decline since it was bought by General Motors in 2002.

In 2009, General Motors cut VW’s workforce from a peak of nearly 100,000 to fewer than 50,000.

Volkswagen had to cut more than 4,000 jobs in 2017.

In 2018, Volkswagen began selling buses in Asia and South-East Asia.

The company has also made the transition from the Volkswagen Beetle to a new generation of buses.

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