Here’s a concise summary of the Supervisory Board Meeting’s decisions regarding Volkswagen’s vehicle allocation plans through 2028:

  • Goal: Enhance plant profitability by simplifying production and boosting plant efficiency.
  • Strategy: Consolidate vehicle production based on shared architecture across all brands, which will lead to significant cost savings.
  • Implications for German Production Sites:
  • Wolfsburg:
    • Will continue producing the ID.3, Golf, and the soon-to-be-launched Tiguan.
    • From 2026 onwards, a new all-electric SUV will also be manufactured here.
    • Starting in 2025, Tiguan Allspace’s successor will be produced.
    • No new plant will be constructed in Wolfsburg Warmenau.
    • New electric models with the SSP architecture will be incorporated into the existing, upgraded main plant structures.
    • The iconic VW Golf will transition to electric, built on the SSP platform.
    • The previously planned Trinity vehicle project will move to the Zwickau plant.
  • Osnabrück:
    • Will uphold its collaboration with Porsche.
    • Will continue producing ICE models: Arteon and T-Roc convertible.
  • For all other German and international locations, existing plans will persist.
  • Notes:
  • ID.3: Provides details on power consumption and CO₂ emissions.
  • The new Tiguan is still in its conceptual stages and has not yet been released.

The decisions align with Volkswagen’s broader strategy of embracing electric vehicle production and capitalizing on shared architecture to improve efficiency and reduce costs.


The Supervisory Board Meeting for Volkswagen emphasized a shift towards a more sustainable and efficient production model through 2028. By centralizing vehicle production based on shared architecture across brands, Volkswagen aims to streamline operations and achieve significant cost savings. This decision will primarily impact their German production facilities:

  • Wolfsburg will see an increased emphasis on electric vehicles (EVs) with the inclusion of a new all-electric SUV and the iconic Golf’s transition to an EV platform.
  • Meanwhile, the Osnabrück plant will maintain its collaboration with Porsche and continue its existing production lines.

These strategic choices reflect Volkswagen’s commitment to adapting to the evolving automotive market while also optimizing their production operations for enhanced profitability.



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