- Volkswagen AG VWAGY expects to produce 3 million small electric vehicles in Spain from 2025 to 2030.
- The small electric vehicles will be produced in two plants in the country, reported Reuters, citing Wayne Griffiths, the chairman of Volkswagen's Spanish unit SEAT.
- In addition to boosting electrification, the automaker also plans to build a battery plant in Spain.
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- Griffiths said SEAT aims to assemble 500,000 electric cars a year in the medium term in Martorell, outside Barcelona.
- Griffiths told Reuters last month that Volkswagen would submit a new request to Spain for European Union funds as it explores manufacturing additional new electric vehicles there beyond the ones intended for 2025.
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- Price Action: VWAGY shares are trading higher by 0.09% at $16.84 on the last check Wednesday.
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