Volkswagen is a large group of automobiles which owns multiple well-known brands like Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche and many others, According to details, Volkswagen is now the 2nd largest automobile manufacturer in the world after Toyota of Japan. After being the race of Electric cars started by Tesla, Tesla Corporation has now become the target of every automobile manufacturer all because in last 4-5 years Tesla is overtaking the Germans even in their own markets and has surged to become billion Dollars Company as well as the most quickly adopted automobile manufacturer, especially in European countries.
Tesla that is a pioneer in Electric cars manufacturing also setting up plants in Different countries which includes china (The Biggest Electric Market) as well and has recently set up three factories where 300,000 to 500,000 cars can be produced per year which is no doubt a great achievement by a company that was founded in 2003 but obviously in the race of automobile manufacturing and quality German have their name then how could they stay back. In response to Tesla, Volkswagen group was introduced Porsche Taycan and Audi E-tron both having the same platform and after being the launch of electric vehicles by Volkswagen especially Porsche Taycan, Tesla’s Monopoly in Market is now challenged. As per recent reports by Bloomberg VW (Volkswagen) says that it may soon be overtaking Tesla.
In an interview works council chairman Bernd Osterloh said;
“If Tesla sets up three factories where 300,000 to 500,000 cars can be produced, then we are talking about the number of units between 900,000 and 1.5 million. We want to achieve the same in 2023, probably even earlier,” Osterloh told the newspaper. VW’s modular electric-drive matrix platform gives the carmaker a “huge” advantage,” as it can build any vehicle of any brand on it, Osterloh said.
Osterloh also expects the “Artemis” engineering task force under Audi CEO Markus Duesmann to catch up with Tesla’s technological edge. The new Car Software Organization, where all the carmakers’ software operations are bundled, is the right step in this direction, Osterloh told WamS.
“Their advantage is that they already have their software in the cars and use it to collect data,” he said. But if we get our system into our cars, we will have much more data within a short time.”