More Volkswagen factories begin producing parts for ID. Buzz EV


Volkswagen has announced that more of its factories are now producing and delivering key technology components for the ID. Buzz EV. According to the German automotive firm, its plants in Braunschweig, Kassel, Salzgitter, and Hannover now supply the ID. Buzz with its battery system, electric drive, and chassis.


  • What VW plants are now manufacturing key components for the ID. Buzz EV?

    According to VW, its Braunschweig, Kassel, Salzgitter, and Hannover factories are now making parts for the ID. Buzz.
  • What kind of components are being manufactured by the aforementioned sites?

    Key components made in the locations include the ID. Buzz's battery system, electric drive, and chassis.
  • “As one of the pioneers, we have been a part of the transformation to e-mobility since 2015. Today, Volkswagen Group Components is developing and producing key components for virtually all e-models made by the Group — from the CUPRA Born to the ID. Buzz. The German locations are pacesetters of the global roll-out at our locations in Europe, China, and the United States. Our goal is to become a globally leading system provider for e-mobility,” said Volkswagen Board of Management Member Thomas Schmall.


    Volkswagen said that its Hannover plant is now beginning to manufacture components for the brand’s MEB platform. Hannover, VW added, is also manufacturing flexible fast-charging stations, the hardware needed to create a mobile charging infrastructure for e-vehicles.

    In addition, a new axle assembly line was set up in Barsinghausen where some 200 employees from the nearby component plant in Hannover will fit the axles for the ID. Buzz there in the future.

    Meanwhile, Volkswagen’s Kassel plant — which has now been converted into a center of expertise for electric drives — will also develop and manufacture the pulse inverter for the Volkswagen Group’s future modular electric drive matrix.

    Braunschweig, on the other hand, deals with the battery systems’ development and manufacturing while the Salzgitter plant will produce the elementary components rotor and stator for the electric drive of the MEB.


    Following the move made by the abovementioned facilities, Volkswagen will invest €2.3 billion in the electrification of its German locations through 2026. It is the next step in a transformation process initiated in 2015 that is converting the company into an e-mobility system supplier.

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