Volkswagen is starting the second phase of its ‘TRANSFORM 2025+’ electrification initiative.
The ID.3, the first all-electric car based on the new MEB electric platform, is set to be delivered to customers starting this summer.
The brand’s first all-electric SUV, the ID.4, will follow afterwards.
The electrification of Volkswagen’s conventional vehicle range will also continue.
By 2022, the brand will offer electric cars based on the MEB platform in all key vehicle segments.
By 2025, at least 1.5 million electric cars are expected be sold per year.
Chief operating officer for the Volkswagen brand, Ralf Brandstätter said: “We’ve successfully implemented the first phase of the TRANSFORM 2025+ strategy.
“In the second phase, we’re making Volkswagen the number one in e- mobility.
“And we’re transforming ourselves into a digital tech business.”