. All signs point forwards at
“Over the past few weeks, we have reached some important milestones on our way to becoming an electromobility site”, said Gerd Rupp, Chairman of the
“Since the initial ground-breaking ceremony in February 2000, we have invested more than 1.3 billion euro to develop the plant”, said Albrecht Reimold, Member of the
Due to the Corona crisis, the official topping-out ceremony was cancelled but Mayor of Leipzig, Burkhard Jung, still visited the site and was shown the latest developments last Friday (July 3).
In addition to the work on the new body shop, the assembly line is being modified significantly.
The customer centre is already equipped for electric vehicles: This February,
Electromobility is not a completely new concept for the
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