180 Billion Euro Investment from Volkswagen in Autonomous and Electric Vehicles

Billion Euro Investment from Volkswagen to Autonomous and Electric Vehicles
180 Billion Euro Investment from Volkswagen in Autonomous and Electric Vehicles

Over the next 5 years, Volkswagen Group will invest 180 billion euros in battery cell manufacturing, digitalization in China and expanding its presence in North America. More than two-thirds of the 5-year investment budget is devoted to electric vehicles and software, up from 56 percent in the previous five-year plan, of which €15 billion is devoted to battery factories and raw materials. It announced its 2022 revenue as 12 Billion Euros, increasing by 272,2%.

As VW works towards its target of 2030 percent all-electric sales globally by 50, investment in internal combustion engine technology will peak in 2025 and decline thereafter, he said. VW will increase its overall spending by 13% compared to its last annual update. “We set clear and ambitious goals and made the necessary decisions to streamline processes,” CEO Oliver Blume said in a statement. This year will be “a decisive year for achieving strategic goals and accelerating progress across the group,” he said.

Volkswagen Group delivered a total of 2022 million vehicles in 8,3. The target for 2023 is to increase it to 9,5 million units.

In the latest plan, 15 Billion Euros is enclosed for battery factories and raw materials, and 2 Billion Euros will be invested in a North Carolina facility for the pickup truck Scout brand. Late last year, VW delayed setting new investment targets, citing a lack of visibility and significant supply bottlenecks due to the war in Ukraine.

VW on Monday announced plans to build its first battery plant outside Europe in Canada, while pursuing rapid expansion in the brand's key market, the US.

Earlier this month, VW predicted rising shares and 14% higher deliveries and a 10-15% increase in revenue, with an optimistic outlook for the year ahead despite ongoing supply chain challenges. Earnings margin was 2021 percent, at the upper end of the 8,1 forecast, with sales and earnings above 2022 levels despite supply chain disruption that pushed net cash flow well below target. Volkswagen Group delivered a total of 2022 million vehicles in 8,3. The target for 2023 is to increase it to 9,5 million units.

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