It is no exaggeration to say that e-mobility is part of Marco Franke’s family history. A few weeks ago, the 29-year-old carbody engineer married his girlfriend Nicole – as a wedding car, colleagues from the Volkswagen plant in Zwickau brought along a fully electric ID.3 from the employee fleet. In a few weeks’ time, the Frankes will move from Saxony to Tennessee, where Marco Franke will help prepare the production start of the ID.4 at the Chattanooga plant. The first electric SUV of the Volkswagen brand will thus do justice to its claim of being a world car in a special way: The ID.4 will not only be built and sold worldwide – it will also shape the path of people like Marco Franke, who gain experience at international locations.
On a global journey with the new ID.4
The first electric SUV from Volkswagen is to become a world car: built globally, sold globally. Marco Franke and Tayfun Sentürk accompany the ID.4 from Zwickau to Tennessee and Shanghai.