Halfway Point Reached in Volkswagen’s Ambitious 2025 Charging Goal
In a recent update from Europe’s top carmaker, Volkswagen is swiftly advancing its mission to expand electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure.
Thomas Schmall, the group’s board member responsible for technology, shared some enlightening details at the IAA car show in Munich. He confirmed, “half of the 40,000 fast chargers Volkswagen plans to install until 2025 had already been set up.”
This development is particularly significant when considering the broader context. Volkswagen, aiming to make EVs accessible and convenient for users, is actively working to create a vast network of fast chargers.
Achieving half of their target in such a short time demonstrates their commitment to sustainability and transitioning to cleaner transport methods.
For potential and current EV owners, this expansion means greater ease in charging and improved mobility across Europe. As Volkswagen continues to hit such milestones, the future for electric vehicles seems brighter than ever.
More details on this can be found in the original report from Reuters.