Volkswagen has triggered strong Chinese market penetration plan

According to Volkswagen China's President and CEO Jochem Heizmann, Volkswagen has already acted on its strong ambition to develop the new energy vehicle market in China. Jochem has disclosed that Volkswagen is planning to import the full electric model – e-up! – in China in H2 2014, and from 2016...

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