Volkswagen is driving forward its electric offensive with all its might in 2021. The ID.4, the brand’s first all-electric SUV, has been on the market since the start of the year. An even sportier version has since been added with the ID.4 GTX. And yet another model, the ID.5 will be introduced to the ID. family this year. As the number of models grows, so does the volume: After delivering around 134,000 all-electric cars last year, the brand has plans to continue to grow over the coming years. And setting up a global network for the production of electric cars is key.
The most recent example is The Transparent Factory Dresden. 35 ID.3 cars have been produced every single day since January at the site in Saxony, where the luxury Phaeton saloon, the Bentley Flying Spur and most recently the e-Golf came off the production line. The Transparent Factory has also been bolstered as a site for research and innovation, driving innovative projects to be implemented at the Volkswagen brand’s large mass-production locations and giving visitors and guests a holistic experience of the ID. family.