Volkswagen is planning a separate U.S. factory for its planned Scout EV brand, Reuters Reported Wednesday. And VW is considering expanding its US lineup to include more potential EVs.
The automaker plans to decide on a site later this year, VW CEO Herbert Dice said in an interview. Reuters On the sidelines of the World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland.
Diess said VW is considering both the Brownfield and Greenfield sites, referring to existing production complexes and open spaces where new factories could be built.
1971-80 International Harvester Scout
Earlier this month, the scout brand Classic International said it would apply the name of the classic Harvester Scout SUV to a new electric SUV and pickup truck for the US VW.
VW confirmed to dealers later this month that Scout would be an independently operated brand বিশেষ specifically that Scout would be “an independent unit and brand within the Volkswagen Group operating independently.” US dealers were not consulted. And based on this round of reports, it seems dealers are still being kept in the dark.
Scout SUVs and pickups may not be the only suitable EV VW plans for the United States
2024 Volkswagen ID.Buzz
In an interview with Dr. Reuters, CFO Arno Antlitz says VW is planning an electric pickup separate from the scout model as part of its $ 7.5 billion investment in the US product lineup over the next five years. And multiple executives say VW is considering commercial vehicles for the United States. Reuters Report
আছে There is space for vehicles. VW is selling a commercial version of the ID.Buzz electric microbus in Europe, but has decided not to sell in the United States, fulfilling the brand’s reported annual sales target of 250,000.
Don’t forget that VW already has a US EV production line. It is expanding mass production in Chattanooga, Tennessee, as part of a 2022 ID.4 plant expansion starting in 2019.