The new operating system that will be released in 2025 is called SSP.
On Tuesday, the Volkswagen Group unveiled its new strategy for the next decade. Titled New Auto, Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess outlined how the company plans to increase profitability and streamline its operations by introducing a Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) platform across all of the group's brands. p>
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READ MORE These are the four Audi electric car operating systems for years to come. The WW Group has been one of the successful pioneers in the use of flex structures in various brands to build a wide variety of vehicles. There are currently four internal combustion operating systems (MQB, MLB, MSB, and MMB) and one BEV operating system (MEB), with a second BEV operating system called PPE that will be operational next year. MEB is for major brands VW, Seat and Skoda, and the PPE will be used by Audi and Porsche (and possibly Bentley). Announcement
In 2026, VW Group introduced a Scalable System Platform (SSP). The vehicle's SSP scale ranges from 85 to 850 kilowatts (114 to 1,140 hp)—everything from small city cars to supercars, says Dies. (Bugatti's recent relaunch of the EV Rimac suggests Bugatti won't use an SSP, but we expect Lamborghini.) VW projects using SSP to build more than 40 million electric vehicles over the life of the platform and like MEB, the company will license the platform to other automakers. Volkswagen Group is spending $945 million (€800 million) on a new research and development center in Wolfsburg, Germany, to improve the platform's design capabilities, part of which is worth $86.3 billion ($73 billion). EUR) invest in research and development between now and 2025.
“Introducing SSP means using our strengths in operating system management and building our capabilities to increase cross-sector synergies” In the long run, SSP will significantly reduce the complexity of mechatronics ” said Audi CEO Markus Dussmann. “Consequently, reducing capital expenditures, research and development and unit costs is not only an essential premise compared to MEB and PPE and enables the group to achieve financial targets. In particular, this ability to manage future challenges in vehicle development. , the car also provides more and more programs driven.
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Read more Volkswagen Group wants six new European battery plants by 2030 operating in Europe, with annual production capacity of 240 GWh. The first of which is a joint venture in Sweden with Northvolt, which is set to begin cell production in 2023.
Volkswagen on Monday signed an agreement to build a cell on site with China's Gotion High-Tech in Salzgitter, Germany in 2025 (VW and Goechen are also working on a single-cell design. It will work on volume production in China.) VW will be Spain's third-largest battery manufacturer, with the company planning to focus on smaller BEVs from 2025. Volkswagen says it's creating a controlled supply chain for batteries to help with sustainability. Lower costs Advertising
"The Volkswagen-controlled battery supply chain allows us to get the highest cost, provide the best and most stable batteries to our customers, and ensure BEV's success. BEVs” can be fully integrated into the electric grid via bi-directional charging,” said Thomas Schmol, CEO of VW Group Components. “This will allow us to generate more profits by participating in the energy market by 2030.” In terms of infrastructure, Volkswagen says Electrify America will expand to 1,800 locations by 2025, totaling 10,000 DC fast chargers. To invest $1 billion as part of this development, plus $2 billion Volkswagen needs to invest in the company as part of the diesel settlement.VW Group plans to invest 18,000 Fast Charger Install DC in Europe and 17,000 Charges in China.
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One aspect of the E3 2.0 is the support for autonomous driving with the fencing system. VW plans to launch its first commercial autonomous mobility service in Europe and then the US in 2025 and work with Argo AI on an autonomous drive system. p>
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