Volkswagen has expanded global production facilities for electric vehicles by making ID.4 in Emden, as well as plants in Zwickau and Chinese plants in Antin and Foshan.

Chattanooga and Hanover will also begin production of EVs this year.

The company plans a capacity of 1.2 million EV per year based on the MEB platform.

He spent 1 million euros to convert the Emden plant (8,000 employees) to EV.

By 2026, in Lower Saxony, it will spend 21 billion euros to make the federal state of Germany the center of electric mobility.

Emden will make an AERO B2 next year and produce an ID. Buzz3 will launch this year in Hanover.

In 2023 ID.3 will also be produced in Wolfsburg, and in 2026 Trinity4 will take place.

Chief of Production and Logistics Christian Folmer said: “Continuous expansion of the production network is key to the success of our global offensive on electricity.”

Emden’s maximum production capacity at the end of 2022 will be 800 units per working day depending on the supply situation.

As part of the plant’s transformation, six new production shops and five new conveyor bridges and logistics buildings with a total area of ​​125,000 square meters have been set up.

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