Car plants Saxony
Volkswagen AG, Zwickau plant
In Saxony, for the first time in the world, a large car factory has been completely converted from an internal combustion engine to an electric drive - and all this during ongoing production. This makes the VW plant in Zwickau the largest and most efficient e-car plant in Europe. The first fully electric ID.3 vehicles were already produced there in 2019. In 2020, the cars of the ID.4 series followed. In future, 330,000 purely electric cars per year are to be produced in Zwickau for Volkswagen, Audi and Se
Porsche Leipzig GmbH
The Panamera S E-Hybrid rolls off the production line at the Porsche plant in Leipzig. From 2022, the company plans to start production of the all-electric Macan, and a second e-car has also already been announced. In February 2021, Porsche connected a fast-charging park with a total capacity of seven megawatts to the grid under the name "Porsche Turbo Charging". This means that the site currently has Europe's most powerful fast-charging park, which is powered entirely by electricity from renewable energy sources.
BMW Group, Leipzig plant
For the BMW Group, the production site in Leipzig was the birthplace of the company's electric mobility. Since 2013, more than 200,000 units of the all-electric BMW i3 have already been produced here. The accumulated expertise in the field of electromobility will continue to be used intensively. Since May 2021, the site has been part of the company's international production network for high-voltage batteries.