Volkswagen On Wednesday, it announced that it would restore three plants in Germany to create a zero-emission electric vehicle in order to be ready to increase the production of this type of aggregate, taking into account stricter European regulations.
An automotive company headquartered in Wolfsburg said that in 2022 Emden and Hannover will start manufacturing electric vehicles. The aforementioned company Zwickau was manufactured for the production of this type of aggregates.
Volkswagen's director of work, Gunnar Kilian, said the company provided workers with employment guarantees up to 2028, although the company claimed that it could reduce jobs in a "socially responsible manner" because electric vehicles require less steps
Analysts say car makers will have to add electric vehicles to offer them, in line with the new European Union rules on greenhouse gas emissions from 2021.
According to experts, Volkswagen and other automobile companies have largely calmed down diesel engine models that have higher performance than petrol, causing global warming to be green. However, sales of diesel units in Europe have declined, as it was discovered that Volkswagen has installed them a computer program to allow trap emissions tests.
Due to this case, VW paid more than EUR 28 000 million (31 000 million dollars) in the form of fines, out-of-court settlements and other sanctions. Further studies on diesel technology showed that other manufacturers' vehicles produce more nitric oxide emissions than are tested during real driving conditions. On 1 September, the EU introduced new test procedures to measure emissions in real driving conditions.
Since diesel sales are falling, manufacturers have begun shifting their production to electrical equipment to meet the new CO2 constraints, although demand has been slow, due to higher costs and convenient loading of electricity in the EU last year, the EU's transport of electricity was 0.6% .
The board will decide on plant distribution at its meeting on Friday.