VW also plans to erect an all-new BEV factory near Shanghai and it will add the capacity to produce electric vehicles both at its Mexican assembly complex as well as the factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee now producing its Atlas SUV and Passat sedan.
But firstly to the ID. Stylistically, the ID. SPACE VIZZION follows the design DNA of the ID. family, yet has a completely independent and progressive character. Meanwhile, the Mexican operation will export the ID Buzz, the modern, all-electric take on the classic VW Microbus.
Called the ID Space Vizzion, the auto features VW's Modular Electric Drive (MED) Matrix, which the company says "guarantees long ranges, dynamic driving performance, and a whole new level of digital networking". Other technical specifications of the crossover are not announced.More news: Japan 'specs ban' for women at work sparks backlash
When it comes to the design, the front and roof sections are particularly precise, with openings for the airstream for aerodynamically optimal design.
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Other point worth noting: the vehicle will be offered to consumers in North America as well as in Europe and China.
SAIC Volkswagen's New EV Only Plant In China Starts Pre-Production The manufacturing capacity will be 300,000 all-electric cars annually. "The start of series production of all-electric cars based on the MEB platform in Anting is scheduled for October 2020".
Volkswagen has published the first sketches of what it calls the ID. Later, several MEB models for various Group brands are to be produced there, and the talk is of 15 model series by 2025.More news: Whitney Houston’s BFF Robyn Crawford opens up on Love Affair
Over the next 10 years, VW aims to manufacture 22 million electric cars across 70 electric models. "The country plays a crucial part in our electrification strategy, which will pave the way to Volkswagen's goal of becoming net carbon-neutral by 2050", said VW CEO Herbert Diess at the event in Anting. The area utilization is highly increased, meaning less land and built-up space is needed compared to a standard plant. Here's why we think the ID.3 could mainstream electric cars.
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