News Digest Item
08 Sep 2016

VW plans electric car joint venture with China’s Jianghuai


Germany’s largest carmaker Volkswagen (VW) plans to team up with China’s Anhui Jianghuai Automobile (JAC) on an electric car joint venture, news agency Bloomberg and other media report. VW said in a statement that its “top priority will be to develop zero-emission mobility solutions”. Volkswagen was intensifying efforts for sustainable mobility worldwide as part of its “Together – Strategy 2025”, aiming to launch a broad-based initiative for electro-mobility and intending to develop more than 30 new, purely battery-powered electric vehicles (BEVs) over the next ten years, the group said.

Find the Volkswagen press release here.

Read the Bloomberg story here.

Read more about the Energiewende in Germany’s transport sector in a CLEW dossier.

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