The German car maker Volkswagen is adapting to the production of electric vehicles, which will increase the production of cars with "zero emission" before using three European plants in Germany.
The headquarters in Wolfsburg announced that the company will start production of electric wagons at Emden and Hannover factories in 2022, and earlier it was dedicated to the Cvikau plant.
In 1904, Horh was founded by Cvikau, which was founded in 1909 by Audi, and in 1932 was the "Auto Union", for which Ferdinand Porsche and Robert Ebert von Eberhorus were designing.
After the Second World War, Cvikau entered the Soviet block, as in the eastern part of Germany, and produced a small, twisted two-cylinder two-cylinder engine called Trabant, the world's first plastic body – the symbol of the Democratic Republic of Germany.
After joining Germany, Volkswagen bought the plant for engines and engines.
The executive director of Volkswagen Group, Gunar Kilian, said that the electricity production workers will be guaranteed up to 2028, but the company will "work socially responsible for reducing the number of jobs, as electric cars need industrial steps.
Experts estimate that by 2021, engineers will need additional electric vehicles to fulfill EU new regulations on air pollution reduction.
Volkswagen and other car makers have been based on diesel models that have fewer fuel and innovation than gasoline engines.
However, sales of diesel cars in Europe began to decline, as Volkswagen used more than 28 billion euros for fraudulent and fraudulent practices when testing gas.
Later, testing of diesel technology has shown that other car manufacturers' cars are more polluted than in tests. On 1 September, the European Union introduced new test procedures for normal gases during normal operation.
Diesel vehicles sales are diminishing, so manufacturers turn electric cars to meet new limits, but consumers chose these new cars slowly because of their high prices and no convenient filling points.
Last year, the total number of cars sold in the European Union was only about 0.6% of the electric cars with battery batteries.