Volkswagen announced the launch of a series of manufactures of ID.4 electric crossers in the United States, the first German brand car to be manufactured in the United States, is produced at a factory located in Chattanuga, Tennessee.
The car manufacturer announced that he was planning to increase the production of electric vehicles at the Chattanuga plant to 7,000 vehicles per month in order to continue to increase the volume of electric vehicles produced in the country in 2023; the first deliveries from the plant to customers are due to start in October 2022.
The source points out that ID.4 is the most popular electric vehicle in Volkswagen. Since its launch in 2021, some 190,000 crossovers have been delivered to clients.
The production of ID.4 in Chattanuga is expected to solve supply problems. Volkswagen previously stated that the company now has . It will also reduce the cost of the electric car. When ID.4 was first announced in 2020, it was reported that the cost of the basic version of the crossover would start with $40,000, and later it increased to $41230. Now Volkswagen stated that the basic version of the U.S. ID.4 could be $35,000 or $27,500 with federal grants.