On Monday 4th of November the first units of the pure electric powered VW ID.3 will be officially launched and for the first time by the upgraded production lines of the familiar VW unit that has the seat of Zwickau – where it was once “born” the Trabant.
At the start of production of the most important model of the German company for many years, will be found, for symbolic and not only reasons, not only the CEO of the company, Herbert Diess, but the very chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel.
For Germany, ID.3 marks the start of a new era for the automobile industry.
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With the completion of 2021 of all the work of converting this plant from one unit that once produced VW vehicles with thermal engines to the largest car manufacturing centre in Europe that will be applied to the electrical era, in Zwickau will produced in about two years from today about 330,000 electric cars on an annual basis.