The focus of Volkswagen's transformation process is e-mobility: ten new e-models will be introduced by 2026. Then the brand will have the broadest e-portfolio compared to the competition - from the entry-level model for under 20,000 euros to the future flagship ID.7. From 2033, Volkswagen will only produce electrically powered vehicles in Europe. By 2030, the share of pure e-cars in Europe should already account for 80 percent of total sales - and more than 50 percent in the USA and China.
In parallel with the expansion of its sustainable product portfolio, Volkswagen is also on the "way to ZERO": VW has set itself the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050. To achieve this, the brand is converting more and more plants worldwide to electric production and is further developing the modular e-drive system (MEB) into MEB+: for faster charging times (175-200 kW), more range thanks to the unified cell, increased performance and improved automated driving functions. VW is investing 460 million euros in the main plant in Wolfsburg alone, making it "MEB-ready".