Volkswagen's software division CARIAD forms China subsidiary, its first outside Europe
CARIAD's China team currently employs more than 600 people, a number that will double by the end of 2023.
Volkswagen plans to set up JVs focused on nickel and cobalt production with two Chinese firms
Volkswagen plans to set up a joint venture with Huayou Cobalt and Tsingshan Group in Indonesia and a joint venture with Huayou Cobalt in Guangxi, China.
Volkswagen Anhui completes construction of body shop for MEB plant
Construction of Volkswagen Anhui's MEB plant started in April 2021, with more than 70 percent of the building construction already completed.
Volkswagen reportedly plans to acquire Huawei's self-driving team with further details expected by end of March
Volkswagen is in discussions with Huawei about acquiring the latter's self-driving team and plans to announce further information by the end of March, local media said.
Volkswagen reportedly plans to buy Huawei's self-driving unit
Volkswagen is in talks with Huawei with plans to buy the latter's self-driving unit for billions of euros, German media reported.
Analysts expect Volkswagen's joint venture with JAC to be its new growth pole in China
CITIC Securities expects Volkswagen Anhui to reach annual sales of 200,000 units by 2025.
Volkswagen targets sales of 140,000 ID. family EVs in China in 2022
The Volkswagen ID. family of electric vehicles had a total of 70,625 deliveries in China in 2021.
Volkswagen ID. family delivered 13,787 units in China in Dec, down 2.7% from Nov
This is the fourth consecutive month that the Volkswagen ID. family of EVs has delivered more than 10,000 units in China, bringing total deliveries in China to 70,625 units in 2021.
Li Auto slaps Volkswagen in the face with Li ONE sales results
Last year a Volkswagen executive said extended-range EVs were the worst solution. Sales of the Li ONE with this technology have now exceeded the combined sales of Volkswagen's mid-size SUVs in China.
Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess: We need more cooperation and presence in China, not less!
It would be very damaging if Germany or the EU wanted to decouple from China, says Herbert Diess.