Volkswagen to invest $800m in electric vehicle factory

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The VW ID Buzz will be the first EV produced at the expanded Tennesse plant | Credit: VW
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The VW ID Buzz will be the first EV produced at the expanded Tennesse plant | Credit: VW

Plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee set for expansion as VW prepares to ramp up EV production

German carmaker Volkswagen is set to invest $800m in expanding a production plant in Tennesse, US, as part of its strategy to build out a global production network for electric cars. VW said yesterday...

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