VW wants to make more EVs so it’s hitting a famous sedan
This week, Volkswagen announced that the popular Passat sedan would end production in 2022 as the company plans to build EVs in the United States. Moves. Accordingly, the final 2022 VW Passat will come in a limited edition model that pays homage to the plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where the car was manufactured.
Passat production began in Chattanooga in 2011 when VW introduced a new model for the North American market. With the departure of Pasat, the Chattanooga plant will shift its focus to electric vehicles, a move the VW is making in the state and around the world. The company also plans to build its own processor for electric vehicles and self-driving technology.
While Passat had a strong run, in 2022, instead of importing models from Germany, Volkswagen will start local production of the ID.4 electric SUV in Tennessee. The Tennessee plant will also begin building Atlas and Atlas cross-sport models, according to Karand Driver. Basically, VWS wants more effort in SUVs, crossovers, and more importantly, electric vehicles.
2022 VW Pastat Limited Edition 15 Spec, 18 Inch Aluminum Includes alloy wheels, black mirror caps, as well as limited edition number set tags. One reads “1 out of 1973” – a limited number of built-in numbers and the other reads “VW Chattanooga from 2011”. In addition, VW added aerial maps of Chattanooga to the captains. Those who opt for the 31 31,000 limited edition model will also get warmer leather seats, park assist and other extra tech features.
VW Passat fans have one more year to come to the United States, but hopefully, it will return as an EV at some point.
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