вторник, 22 ноября 2016 г.

VW aims to be global leader in electric vehicles by 2025

The German car giant shifts its focus to clean-energy vehicles after the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal. Brand chief Herbert Diess claims that the automaker aims to sell one million electric cars per year by 2025. This would make it the global market leader in electromobility. Herbert Diess also added that the switch to electric will be funded through new investments and economies of scale, and is a crucial part of the troubled brand’s efforts to reinvent itself.
Last Friday Volkswagen announced the biggest revamp in its history, saying that it would cut 30,000 jobs to save 3.7 billion euros ($3.9 billion) a year by 2020, while ramping up investment in future technologies such as electric carsself-driving cars and digitalisation. Herbert Diess said that the industry will undergo more fundamental change over the next 10 years than ever before. He predicted that “the breakthrough” of electric cars was just four or five years away and would be driven by environmental concerns. He has no doubt that for most customers the electric car will soon be the better alternative. 

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