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VW Adds Electric-Car Plants In China That Will Overtake Tesla

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VW Adds Electric-Car Plants In China That Will Overtake Tesla

VW Adds Electric-Car Plants In China That Will Overtake Tesla

In about a year, Volkswagen Group may catch up to Tesla's capacity to make electric cars.

VW said Tuesday it is building two plants in China to produce a total of 600,000 vehicles on its dedicated battery-car platform, MEB.

VW has little time to lose after Tesla resolved manufacturing problems in Fremont and its battery factory near Reno, Nevada, which may start also building Model Y crossovers.

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