Volkswagen Plans To Launch Over 30 EVs By 2025

Posted: Jun 17 2016, 1:37am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 18 2016, 9:52am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Volkswagen Plans to Launch Over 30 EVs by 2025
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Volkswagen is planning to redeem its self with EVs in the next coming years.

Volkswagen is a classic brand of car. However the competition of brands due to EVs have risen a lot. This is the reason major franchises are going for hybrid and EV models as well. VW being a historic brand has so many fans, but due to lack of innovation, its number of customers are decreasing gradually. 

Volkswagen has found a solution of this customer shortening for sure. They are planning to introduce more than 30 new EVs by the year 2025, according to AutoNews. The 2020s will be a big decade for EVs as major companies are offering many new EV products. Thus it’s the right time that VW has started running for the race as well. 

According to CEO of VW, Mueller, they are expecting to sell around 3 million pure EVs by the year 2025. For this reason the company has started planning hard. They are planning to build new plants and to spread the production on all 26 plants of VW across the globe. The 67,000 employees working in these plants will surely help the brand get back on to its feet in a few years. 

Volkswagen is also planning to hire 1000 new software professionals to bring a new range of software for its cars. The diesel emitting scandal made the things pretty worse for VW. This is the reason the company is taking extra measures this time in order to get everything on track. 

Volkswagen said that they will plan the work about their 12 new brands, new strategy and new plan that will be implemented soon. According to them the proposal will be revealed by the end of this year. Till then VW is going to work hard in order to make a great strategy for future. 

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