- 8,000 people work at the Zwickau plant.
- 13,000 training days have been completed by the workforce for the changeover to e-mobility.
- 1,700 production robots will be used at Zwickau. Much of the existing equipment will be reused – also at other Group plants.
- About 6 million Volkswagen cars have rolled off the production lines since 1990 (above all Polo, Golf, Golf Variant and Passat).
- 8 MEB plants in Europe, China and the USA will form part of the Volkswagen production network by 2022.
- 330,000 electric cars per year will be produced at Zwickau in the final expansion stage from 2021.
- More than 20 all-electric models are to be launched by Volkswagen by 2025.
- €9 billion is the amount being invested in e-mobility by the Volkswagen brand alone up to 2023.
- 22 million electric cars, most of them based on the MEB – this is the production and sales target to be achieved by the Volkswagen Group by 2028.
- €1.2 billion is the amount being invested by Volkswagen in the conversion of the plant.
- 1,800,000 square meters is the area of the Zwickau vehicle plant, including 1,400,000 square meters covered by buildings. New factory halls with an estimated floor space of 50,000 square meters are to be constructed in the course of the changeover.