The manufacturer recalls that in 2033 it will only produce electric vehicles in Europe
MADRID, 14 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Volkswagen has delivered 500,000 units of the ID vehicle range, made up of the ID.3, ID.4, ID.5 and ID.6 models, and has fulfilled its commercial objectives a year ahead of schedule, as highlighted by the company this Monday in a statement.
The manufacturer has indicated that the order book for vehicles in the ID range remains "high" and has stressed that it is "doing everything possible" to deliver the 135,000 pending units, figures that represent an increase in demand of 65 % vs. 2021.
"However, due to the strain on parts supply, we repeatedly have to adjust production," said Volkswagen Head of Sales, Marketing and Aftersales Imelda Labbé.
The manufacturer has also highlighted that the half million units delivered "confirm" that the models of the ID family "are being well received" by their customers around the world.
The German manufacturer has recalled that from 2033 it will only produce electric vehicles in Europe, a roadmap in which they foresee that by 2030 70% of their sales in Europe correspond to fully electric cars. In the United States (USA) and China, the company has calculated a share of electric vehicles of more than 50% for the same period.
It has also emphasized that in 2026 it will launch ten new electric models and that it aspires to have the "widest portfolio" of this type of vehicle.